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MoDOT Reminds Drivers to Be Cautious of Deer Near Highways This Fall

LEE’S SUMMIT, Mo. – If you were to pick the Missouri city where you are most likely to strike a deer with your car, would you pick Kansas City?  Maybe Lee’s Summit? They ranked first and second in 2011 for deer-vehicle collisions in Missouri.

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America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education

La Monte R-IV School District Receives $10,000 Grant for GPS Systems

LA MONTE, Mo. (Oct. 21, 2013) – Students in the La Monte R-IV School District will soon be working with one of the most vital tools in the agriculture industry. Thanks to the support of local farmers and America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education, La Monte R-IV received a $10,000 grant to purchase GPS systems, which will help students complete fertilizer applications, seed germinations and yield analyses. Students will experiment with the technology on a nearby field to learn about precision agriculture.

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Who Will Win the World Series? [SURVEY]

After a 162-game regular season and some thrilling postseason action, the World Series is finally upon us. This year, the St. Louis Cardinals and Boston Red Sox have the honor of battling for Major League Baseball's crown. But who will win it all?

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Warrensburg Runs for America’s Wounded on November 2 [INTERVIEW]

The Wounded Warrior Project is committed to serving wounded veterans of this generation that bear both the visible and invisible wounds of wars, from burns and amputations, traumatic brain injuries and paralysis, to combat stress, post-traumatic stress disorder and depression.

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Prombie Apocalypse Brings Frightening Fun to Sedalia This Saturday

There's going to be a new event coming up this weekend that promises to be tons of fun for anybody with a bit of a flair for the macabre side of Halloween. I know zombies are particularly popular in our modern age; everything from The Walking Dead to Sprint commercials and practically every other movie these days is zombie related.  Now the zombies are coming to Sedalia, and it'll be this Saturday, Oct. 19!

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Washington Landmarks Begin To Re-Open As Government Shutdown Ends
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Federal Workers Back to Work After 16-day Shutdown

WASHINGTON (AP) — Hundreds of thousands of furloughed federal workers are returning to work across the country after 16 days off the job.

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Trick or Trot for Tatas Races for Breast Cancer Awareness and Halloween Fun [INTERVIEW]

We here at our stations are working to help out with breast cancer awareness.  And part and parcel with that is working toward a cure.  here are all sorts of creative ideas for how to try to solve this health conundrum.  So we decided to take the bull by the... teats?  I think my analogy is wrong here.  But read on, brave internetter!  I'll get my metaphors together soon.

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Wheel In Drive-In

Sedalia’s Famous Wheel Inn Drive-In Closes and Goes Up for Sale

The Wheel Inn Drive-In announced this week that they are closed and the business is up for sale. The Wheel Inn is most famous for the original Guberburger, which features peanut butter on top of a hamburger. Health reasons were cited as the reason for closing the doors.

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The Sedalia City Council Should Completely Ban Fast Food [OPINION]

The Sedalia City Council recently decided to uphold the smoking ban, which is necessary to protect the welfare of the public's health. The rights of the non-smoker have been up in flames until recently. Since Sedalia has eliminated smoking in public places, they should also eliminate other things in this town to make it more healthy for us all.

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Sedalia Blockbuster

Our Listeners Tell Us What They Would Like To See in the Old Sedalia Blockbuster Location

The Blockbuster in Sedalia has officially closed and is now an empty building. A few weeks ago, I asked you what new business would you like to see move into that location. Here are a few of your responses.

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