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Steppin’ 4 The Spectrum 5k is Bringing Autism Awareness to the Missouri State Fairgrounds [INTERVIEW]

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and autism are both general terms for a group of complex disorders of brain development. These disorders are characterized, in varying degrees, by difficulties in social interaction, verbal and nonverbal communication and repetitive behaviors.  It's difficult to diagnose, difficult to treat, and difficult to understand.

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Bothwell Regional Health Center Educates New Parents in Sedalia

I know that a lot of you out there have had some babies over the years.  One, two, nine, what have you - babies are freggin' everywhere. As they say, raising kids doesn't come with a manual... OR DOES IT? Bothwell has some classes you can take coming up so you're not completely clueless when there's a baby in your life!

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Sedalia Kiwanis Trivia Night Tests Sedalians While Helping Local Kids [INTERVIEW]

If you're like me, you're in your mid-thirties, chubby and not that hep to the latest trend.  But, if you're also like me, you're a person who loves a little friendly competition - particularly when it's not too arduous.   But if it's mentally challenging, then boy howdy, I'm there. The Sedalia Kiwanis wanna challenge you with their Trivia Night coming up on the 17th.

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Get Your Tickets This Saturday for the 17th Annual Cupid’s Ball [INTERVIEW]

The Women’s Service League of Sedalia is planning its 17th Annual Cupid’s Ball for Saturday, Feb. 1. The ball will take place at The Smith-Cotton High School. Girls 5-12 years are invited to ask their favorite guy; father, stepfather, uncle, or grandfather to the dance

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Help Pettis County Community Santa Donate 300 New Bicycles to Children in Need

It's getting to be that time of year again when we all start looking ahead and planning our Christmas shopping. You have to figure out what you're getting for friends, family, the co-workers you actually like, your hairdresser, the guy who does your lawn, etc. I know it's a lot to juggle, but I'd like to recommend one more purchase to your list: a new bicycle for a less fortunate child in our area.

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Three Missouri Children Who Were Missing Return Home to Harrisonville

HARRISONVILLE, Mo. (AP) — Cass County officials say three children who were missing for several days earlier this month have returned to their father's home in Harrisonville.

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SFCC Presents “How I Became A Pirate” for Area Children [INTERVIEW]

If there's one thing that kids love, it's fantastical adventure.  The world of make believe that's far removed from our lives of chores, homework and brussel sprouts is always something that kids will love.  So that's why I thought we should let you guys know all about the new State Fair Community College production of "How I Became a Pirate."

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Super Stores Offering “Naughty” Halloween Costumes for Young Girls

It's that time of year again, and every super store you walk into has Halloween decorations up and two or three aisles dedicated to Halloween. Halloween has always been about getting dressed up and enjoying the festivities. For adults, we may enjoy a costume party, but the holiday is for the kids. Getting dressed up and going trick or treating to get candy.  So why are super stores selling "naughty" outfits for young girls?

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FBI Raids Rescue 105 Kids Forced Into Prostitution

WASHINGTON (AP) — The FBI says it has rescued 105 children who were forced into prostitution in the United States and arrested 150 people it described as pimps and others in a series of raids in 76 American cities.

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Liberty Center Brings Magic to a Sedalia Summer [INTERVIEW]

Something's coming to the Liberty Center this week, and it's going to be a lot of fun. I got to speak with Carl this morning about a great new show coming for children.

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