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Winter Storm Rocky is a Shining Example of Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Winter Storm Rocky may be out of the area, but it has caused a lot of havoc in Sedalia. The Central Missouri Coop had over 3,000 customers without power.  KCP&L had about 700 customers without power in Pettis County and thousands more across the region. The Missouri Department of Transportation has not had very much downtime since Winter Storm Q from last week, and they continue to try and keep Highways 13, 50, 65 and 70 open as best they can.

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Alex Smith Headed to the Kansas City Chiefs

As a diehard Kansas City Chiefs fan, I have to say that I’m pretty stoked right now about the Chiefs' decision to trade for Alex Smith! I’ve gone through some rough seasons as a Chiefs fan, we all have, but I have high hopes for next year. The position we needed the most help with was at quarterback. Matt Cassel had one decent year with us, but his time is over. He turned the ball over way too much last year and was just awful. Brady Quinn isn’t the answer either. Ricky Stanzi never even got on the field despite how horrible we were last season, so I think that shows no one had confidence in him being the future of our team.

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Winter Kindness
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Sedalia’s Winter Kindness [SURVEY]

We all know how tough it can be to get through these cold, winter storms.  When the snow is this high, everybody has it rough.  Whether it's getting out the door or out of your yard, it certainly takes work. 

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Heart Health
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Jack’s Heart Health Update for February 24, 2013

Well, I have had several sessions at the rehab center of Bothwell Hospital, and I am enjoying them, I guess because I feel like I am at last doing something that is good for my health. I will have to admit the exercise has made me a little sore in spots, but I think that is a sign that I really need the activity.

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Jack Miller

A Collection of Poems by Jack Miller

As a young man, I would never have admitted to writing poetry or singing love songs to my wife, but at the age I am now I can confess that I still do both. The poems I chose to put in my books are ones that do not need to be deciphered, and some people might think of them as too simple. I do feel obliged to inform the reader that some editors agree with that point of view, and some of the poems were rejected by several publications who know a lot more about poetry than I do. I am from Missouri, however, and have to be shown, so I invite criticism from anyone who cares to give me their comments.

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No New Facts in National Geographic’s ‘Killing Lincoln’ [REVIEW]

After watching the television show 'Killing Lincoln' last night, I can officially say I felt cheated. I believe the story, as well as the Kennedy assassination, have been exploited and over-analyzed for years, and people like me only watch shows about them in the hope that the author has gained some insight or uncovered some new fact that will add some interest to the subject.

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The Harlem Globetrotters Make Professional Basketball Watchable in KC [PHOTOS]

I took the kids to see the Harlem Globetrotters at the Sprint Center in Kansas City.  I grew up watching Meadowlark Lemon, Curly Neil and Goose on TV. The spirit of the team lives on with new players and the show was fantastic. The trick plays were timed perfectly and they do amazing things with a basketball. The announcer added excitement to the "championship game" by pointing out how close it was. Of course, the Globetrotters were victorious. Here's a few photos from the event.

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Jack Miller’s Journey to a Healthier Heart Begins

I actually started this journey right after I woke up in the ICU at Boone Hospital in Columbia with two stints to keep the blood flowing from my heart. That was on Jan. 9 after I suffered a heart attack. At that point it was easy to promise myself, that I would do everything I could to never have a repeat of that scary event.

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Super Bowl Fans

The Best Places in Warrensburg to Watch Super Bowl XLVII

According to the Washington Post, the Super Bowl has been the most watched television broadcast in history for three consecutive years.  Super Bowl XLVII has the potential to make it four consecutive years. Weather it is for the game, the commercials, halftime show or the party, millions of people watch the NFL's championship game every year.

Here are top four places in Warrensburg to watch the Baltimore Ravens face the San Francisco 49ers at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 3.

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Sedalia Civic Club Members Treated to Free Basketball at SFCC Civic Club Night

I’ve had the pleasure of working with many civic clubs in Sedalia, whether it be Pettis County Rotary, Sedalia Rotary, Sunrise Optimists, Noonday Optimists, Lions Club, Sedalia ELKS, Sedalia Kiwanis, the Masonic Lodge, Shriners, VFW, 40 & 8, American Legion and many others.

While we get the chance to cover their activities, it is not often they all have an appreciation day. This Saturday (Jan. 26), State Fair Community College will have Civic Club Night, where members of the various civic clubs get in free for the basketball games when the State Fair Community College Roadrunners have a double-header. Civic club members may pick up free admission passes at their club meetings.

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