Nostalgia

18th Show Me Honor Flight Returns Home
Around 2-3 Tuesday (9/8) morning around 2-3, about 40 Veterans and their escorts loaded onto a bus to head for Kansas City and their destination, Washington D.C. These are Veterans from World War II, Korean War and Vietnam War.
Their day is full of adventure the moment they step off the bus in D...
Thoughts From A Millennial
The 90s were a great time to grow up in! There was so much great music, television, films, and we lived under one of the most prosperous times in recent economic history. We saw the age of the P.C. and a huge upswing with the advent of the Internet and World Wide Web...
Fair Finale Stroll
It seems like yesterday when the Missouri State Fair begun back on Thursday, August 13, but alas it is time to say so long to the 2015 Missouri State Fair.  The last day is a traditional day of closing and half price deals for those to enjoy and it looked like the $2...
John Tillman ‘Bud’ Thomas Passes On At 86
John Tillman “Bud” Thomas died Saturday, Aug. 15, 2015 at Bothwell Regional Hospital. He was 86.
Born in Sedalia on March 10, 1929, he was the oldest of two children for John A. and Ruth Thomas of Sedalia. He is survived by his wife Janet Shelby Thomas, and preceded in dea…
Day 7 of Missouri State Fair: Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Day 7 of the Missouri State Fair is here. Today is Senior Appreciation Day, where you can get $2 off adult and senior admission with a special front page banner from the Sedalia Democrat.
The Show-Me Bluegrass Festival will be going on throughout the fairgrounds, with the major focus being at the Tou…
Saint Louis University Archaeologists Get Help From Drones
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Saint Louis University archaeologists are getting high-tech help from drones and other gadgets for work in Ireland. History professor Thomas Finan says drones, high-speed computer applications and mapping software are combining with sensors that can collect multi-spectral imag…
UCM Update
Tonight at 8:00 on KMOS-TV-JFK and LBJ: A Time for Greatness on KMOS-TV.
President LBJ is chiefly remembered for the Vietnam War. But 50 years ago, he engineered two of the most important laws Congress ever passed, the 1964 Civil Rights Act and the 1965 Voting Rights Act...

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