A northeast Missouri town has received recognition from a national publication. This week, USA Today published Idyllic America: Picturesque towns in each state, a photo gallery featuring one picturesque town for each state in the country. Hannibal was chosen to represent Missouri.
Earlier this year we had the brief visit of William Shatner in Sedalia at the Mason Jar, and then at Whiteman Air Force Base. That was awesome to see. We have had our fair share of celebrity visits across West Central Missouri in recent times.
There is a lot of creativity out there when it comes to what people name their Wi-Fi networks in an attempt to keep others from stealing their service, or often just to be funny and give the neighbors a chuckle. Here are some of the best ones we've come across.
If you've ever wondered who the best-selling musical artist is from you're home state, there's a map for that. Radio.com complied sales figures based on artists and the states they call home, and came up with some interesting stuff.
This is a fun little game to play. You can find out what the #1 song in America (or other countries) was on the day you were born, or the day you graduated high school, or got married... or any other day you want.
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