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Camp Blue Sky Registering Kids This Weekend for ‘JAMBO: African Art Adventures’ [INTERVIEW]

Camp Blue Sky is a week long day camp for kids that will encourage all sorts of creative expression and learning. Camp Blue Sky is a fine/performing arts day camp. They have been enriching children with classes in painting, sculpting, writing and movement for one creative week on the State Fair Community College Campus since 1998.

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8 Schools That Have Somehow Never Made a Final Four

March Madness is heading down the stretch now that the Final Four field has been set. While a wide range of schools have made the Final Four over the years (VCU, George Mason and Butler come to mind), there are some schools that, historically, you can bet won’t be there.

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Shutter Glimpses: A Photographic Exhibit Displays Sedalia’s History at the Katy Depot [INTERVIEW]

Sedalia has a rich, storied history that most of us in town are aware of, but don't think a lot about.  In fact, every day we probably go right by some of the landmarks and important sites in town that meant a lot to our forefathers.  Shutter Glimpses, a photographic art exhibit by Moonlight 10 Photography, will be displaying some of those images at the Katy Depot starting this weekend.

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Behka Illustrates the Tale of How Her Parents Met [VIDEO]

I was looking around on the internet the other day and I was reminded of a website called My Parents Were Awesome. Basically it's just a place where people upload photos of their folks before they were born, and marvel at how cool they were. It's always kinda cool to think of yourself when you were a kid, and what your parents were like without you, and force you to see them not unlike a friend as opposed to family. 

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Doug Brings the Polish Tradition of Paczki to the Station for Fat Tuesday

Today (March 4) is Fat Tuesday and it is celebrated in a variety of ways, from going out and partying, wrapping up Mardi Gras to making choices on what to give up for Lent, to another tradition that Rob Edwards reminded me isn't as recognized around here: eating Paczki (Punch-key).

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Downtown Sedalia Prepares for Scott Joplin Festival and More This Spring [INTERVIEW]

The Sedalia Downtown area is one of those places I think everyone knows about, but doesn't keep it in mind every day. That's a shame, because our downtown is growing, changing, upgrading, and bringing Sedalia's history alive every day.  Not only did they have a great Chocolate Crawl recently, but they've got plans in motion for this year's Scott Joplin festival and more.

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Test Your Olympics Knowledge With This 2014 Winter Olympics Quiz

The Winter Olympics have came and gone, but now lets see how closely you paid attention.

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SFCC Theatre Presents Lanford Wilson Drama ‘Talley’s Folly’ [INTERVIEW]

The State Fair Community College Theatre Arts Program will present Lanford Wilson’s award-winning drama “Talley’s Folly” Feb. 26 through March 2 in the Thompson O’Sullivan Studio Theatre in Yeater Learning Center, Room 126, on the Sedalia campus.

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Sedalia’s Weekend Events – Weekend of February 14

Here's a look at our local events for this weekend. 

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Soldiers That Inspired ‘The Monuments Men’ Have Strong Missouri Ties

Last weekend, the movie "The Monuments Men" debuted at the weekend box office, coming in at #2, grossing $22 million. What you might not know is that the soldiers who inspired the movie have a lot of ties to Missouri.

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