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Air Force Releases Declassified Flying Saucer Plans

The truth is out there! Well, sort of. The 'X-Files' gang were partially right: the National Archives recently published declassified "flying saucer" schematics and the details of the project, dubbed "Project 1974" that hailed from the 1950s.

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Sedalia’s Weekend Events – Weekend of October 6

Here's a look at all the fun stuff that's happening in Sedalia and in our surrounding areas this weekend! 

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Weekend Events in Sedalia – Weekend of September 29

Here's a look at some of the great stuff happening this weekend in Sedalia and the surrounding areas.

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University of Central Missouri’s Elliott Union Celebrates 50 Years

I like to consider myself a proud alumnus of the University of Central Missouri.  Although the name changed from when I was a student there, it still feels like a second or even third home to me.  Whether you were a student of Central Missouri State University or University of Central Missouri as it is now known, I think you can recognize a lot of the buildings and remember things from your past that took place there

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The 5 Most Questionable Calls in NFL History
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The 5 Most Questionable Calls in NFL History

By now, even non-football fans have heard about the officiating debacle in last night's showdown between the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks (just check your Facebook feed). Facing a 12-7 deficit with just seconds left to play, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson rolled out of the pocket and threw a desperation heave into the end zone, resulting in a game-clinching interception for the Packers.

Except it wasn't. Instead, the NFL's much-maligned replacement officials inexplicably ruled the play a touchdown for the Seahawks, ignoring an obvious offensive pass-interference penalty and cementing the phrase "simultaneous catch" into the lexicon of poor sports officiating.

This screw-up will, hopefully, lead to the return of the real refs—but let's not forget that they too have made their share of awful calls over the years. Here's a look at some of the NFL's most controversial officiating decisions:

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Chalk Artist Craig Thomas Creates His Harley Masterpiece
An early look at the Harley Chalk Art

Queen of the Prairies Festival Packs Downtown Sedalia

The Queen of the Prairies Festival in Downtown Sedalia was packed full of booths, stages, and people.  The second year of this event seemed to bring out more vendors, who showed off not only their art, but glassware and sewing just to name a few

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Sedalia’s Weekend Events – Weekend of September 22

Kids, there are a LOT of different things going on this weekend! It's gonna be a lot of fun and you'll have no excuse to be bored! Here's a quick list of everything we know of that's going down.

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Tony Gallagher Salutes Flags
Tony Gallagher leads Veterans in a salute at Ft. Leonard Wood

Doug Visits Ft. Leonard Wood

I have lived in Missouri since 1985 and came here when my dad was stationed to Whiteman Air Force Base. I had never been to Ft. Leonard Wood to see what their post is like. This week I had the opportunity to see it first hand not only how the post works, but how it has great relations with the communities around it.

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NFL Films President Steve Sabol Dead at 69

Steve Sabol, the president of NFL Films who helped document pro football as it became the most popular sport in America, died Tuesday at age 69 after an 18-month fight against brain cancer.

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University of Central Missouri Observes 9/11 with Remembrance Ceremony [PHOTOS]

Many gathered for the 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony at the University of Central Missouri (UCM) on Tuesday afternoon in the Quadrangle of campus.  The President of UCM Chuck Ambrose welcomed those that came to reflect on the meaning of this day and remember those that died on this tragic day in 2001.

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