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Football Commenators Say the Most Useless Things [SURVEY]

"If they want to win the game, they need to score more points." Yes, that was a professional commentator's opinion this weekend during the Florida Gators and Tennessee Volunteers game. I will even put my neck out there and say that it really isn't much of an opinion: it's a fact, right? Some commentators are better than others, but most of them always have something cliche or useless to say during the game.

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Where is Your Favorite Fall Foilage Spot in Missouri? [SURVEY]

According to the calendar, it is officially fall, and that means the 80 and 90 degree temperatures are behind us. Many people say that summer and fall are their favorite seasons of the year. Fall is a favorite in my household since Diana and I got married in October and our son, Gabriel, was born in the fall.

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Skyline PTA Bans Sweets at Class Parties, Will Provide Healthy Snacks for Kids

This week, my son received a letter addressed to parents of Skyline Elementary students stating that the Skyline Parent Teacher Association (PTA) wanted to make some changes to class parties this year. The PTA wants to conform to the new Health Wellness Program that the Sedalia School District adopted last year and have asked parents to not provide any foods like cupcakes, cookies, candy or treat bags for any class parties. The Skyline PTA will now provide every child in every class with pretzels, Cheez-Its and juice instead.

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The NFL Should Not Delay Games for Weather [OPINION]

The NFL season is young, but I'm already seeing a trend this year that I really don't want to see anymore. There have already been three games delayed or suspended due to weather. The NFL used to play games in any condition. Last Sunday (Sept. 15), there were two delays; Tampa Bay vs New Orleans and then San Francisco vs Seattle.

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What is Your Favorite Video Game Ever? [SURVEY]

Earlier this week it was National Video Game Day. I'm a huge video game nerd AND I play all kinds of different games, from RPGs to sports games, from the Super Nintendo to the Xbox 360. I don't even want to know how many hours of my life I've spent playing video games. What I didn't know was that Doug is an even bigger video game nerd.

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Should Sedalia School Board Be Able to Continue the Athletic Complex Proposal Without Full Private Funds? [POLL]

There have been a lot of people that asked questions about the new Smith-Cotton High School stadium being proposed. While many have said that the complex has become outdated and needs upgrades or replacing, some have pointed out that in the process of the Sedalia School District getting the tax levy to build the high school, the athletic complex was cut out of the project in order for the levy to pass after it failed several times. It's their opinion the project shouldn’t be done with any public funds.

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Would You Rather Wednesday: Infinite Hiccups or Non-Stop Allergy Attack?

Welcome back to another edition of "Would You Rather Wednesday." I hope everyone enjoyed their Labor Day weekend. I had an interesting Labor Day weekend, I had two different types of reactions happen to me, both equally frustrating and leave you feeling helpless.

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Emergency Personnel Ride in Funeral Procession to Honor Local Paramedic Kenny M. Stone [PHOTOS]

Today (Aug. 29), emergency personnel in Sedalia helped lay to rest one of their own. Kenny M. Stone passed away in the line of duty on Aug. 23, 2013. Kenny served our community as a paramedic. He most recently worked for APSI in Sedalia, but had spent a career serving at the Sni-Valley Volunteer Fire Department where he was assistant chief, as well as Oak Grove EMS and Lifeguard Ambulance. Today, EMS and fire departments from the area came to help give Kenny a hero's sendoff.

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What Features Would You Like to See in Sedalia’s Future Community Center? [SURVEY]

Now that the Jenny Jaynes stadium property will be purchased by the Sedalia Parks and Rec Department, the space will become a community center in the near future. Warrensburg and Clinton already have community centers, but both of them are different. What would you like to see in your future community center?

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Sedalia Schools Came Back, Sedalia Weighed In [POLL]

Last week was the beginning of District 200's school year, and Sacred Heart started a day before them. Today is probably the "real" beginning of the school year since the first two days are normally orientation and acclimation.

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