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‘A Sedalia Christmas’ Charms with Christmas Cheer [PHOTOS]

'A Sedalia Christmas' is a multimedia play written in celebration of Sedalia's holiday traditions and celebrations from 1866-1969. It was written by Sedalia native Becky Imhauser, and local actors and actresses portray Sedalians and the events that shaped their lives.

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Where Can You Get Christmas Trees In Sedalia?

One of the big traditions for those celebrating Christmas is putting up the Christmas tree for the season. Although there is the constant debate over having a real or fake tree, we're going to talk about where to get your real trees in Sedalia.

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Sedalia Decorates for the Holidays with Annual Christmas Lighting Contest

If there's one thing I'm sure we've all seen driving around town, it's the good old Christmas lights.  It seems like some people are ready to get their lights up as soon as Halloween!  But now it's December, and that means that everybody's gonna be getting theirs up soon.  So why not join in on a little friendly competition?

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Nintendo’s Tecmo Bowl Recreates Final Play of Auburn vs. Alabama Game [VIDEO]

When I was growing up and playing video games, Tecmo Bowl was one of my favorite games to play. To this day, there are people who still participate in tournaments and play the game for fun and competition. I always loved to play as the Raiders since they had Marcus Allen and Bo Jackson in the backfield, but I also enjoyed building a player in the later versions of the game.

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Liberty Center Association of the Arts Holding Auditions for ’9 TO 5 The Musical’ [INTERVIEW]

The Liberty Center Association of the Arts is planning on some fun this week. They're going to have a huge musical production coming up next year, and you can get involved!

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Jack’s Mid-Missouri Memories: Little Things Grandmas Do

As we approach another holiday season, I can’t help but think of my late grandmother Wickliffe. I think that's because like grandma, my wife Marlene is busy this time of the year making memories with our grandchildren in her kitchen the way my grandma did, especially during the Holidays. Like my grandma, Marlene does all the little things with our grandchildren that will make them remember her as long as they live. I wrote this memory not only for my grandmother and Marlene, but for every grandmother out there who takes the time to build those warm loving memory no one could possibly forget.

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Christmas Craft Show Showcases Cole Camp’s Best

There are so many talented, creative, and passionate people in our area. In fact, we see it just about every day and it can be easy to forget. And it's not just here in Sedalia. Our neighbors to the south, Cole Camp, have some great stuff going for them this weekend!

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Sedalia Remembers Lost Loved Ones with BRHC’s Tree Of Memories

The Holiday season can definitely be a season full of joy and happiness.  It's a time for family and friends to come together and celebrate their good  fortune.  Part of that, at least for me, is remembering the past and those who have influenced us.  Sadly, families get smaller every year, and sometimes those families are touched by cancer, heart disease, or other ailments.  You can remember those you've lost with a great memorial at Bothwell Regional Health Center.

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Jack’s Mid-Missouri Memories: Work, The Other Four Letter Word

Work: that other four letter word that is sometimes spoken like an expletive by poor souls who must toil each day just to make ends meet. How we love to hate the idea of work, but I have never seen a person who was not gainfully employed that I thought was really happy.

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What TV Hangouts Do You Wish Were Real? [SURVEY]

The other night I found myself up late watching television re-runs. Nothing like a bowl of ice cream at 2 a.m., watching old television shows on your local TV station. I was able to catch an episode of Seinfeld, and The Simpsons followed afterwards. While my miserable life happened to be real, I found myself wishing I was one of these characters at there favorite hangout spot.

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