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Behind The Mic: Jack Miller

You have long got to know our on-air personnel, during the course of shows and news. We now get a chance to go back behind the mic. This episode features our Newsman for Better Country, KIX 105; 92.3 Bob-FM and Newstalk 1050 KSIS, Jack Miller

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Jack Miller’s Mid-Missouri Memories – Walking and Talking

One day not long ago, as I was driving through Sedalia, I saw three young boys walking along the street laughing and playing. It reminded me of my days as a boy on the east side of Sedalia, walking the same streets with my friends. Sometime we would just walk and talk about things like our favorite movie, or hero or some other thing that had caught our interest since our last walk and talk. Sometime we would play catch or some other game as we walked along, but you can be sure that didn’t slow down our talking.

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Jack Miller’s Mid-Missouri Memories: My Time As a Superhero

As a boy, I went through a hero worship stage just like all children do. I wanted to be a fireman every time I saw that big fire engine go by, and I wanted to be a policeman when a black and white passed the house with its siren screaming. I also pictured myself as a Cowboy with the big hat, or an Indian galloping after a buffalo herd as I watched them streak across the movie screen. But I also wanted to be a superhero like the ones in the comic books.

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The British Invasion Has Been Hyped Too Much [OPINION]

I have had enough of all the swooning over the Beatles and the talk about them changing America.

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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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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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The Passing of Ike Skelton: A Personal Note

I have interviewed a lot of politicians as a newsman. Some I liked talking to and some were just part of my job. Ike Skelton was someone I liked talking to, something that had nothing to do with his political leanings.

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Jack’s Mid-Missouri Memories: October, My Favorite Month

It may be because I was born in October, or that I joined the Navy in October, or the fact that mosquitoes no longer buzz around my head in October, or it could be that I wrote this piece in October, and the day was so perfect I can't imagine wanting to go past it.  I think October is the month when the earth makes an almost audible sigh in Missouri, and says, "Now I can rest for a while."

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Jack’s Mid-Missouri Memories: Fall Fever

This memory is one I wrote in the fall not long ago, and with the chill in the air on some mornings, I am beginning to get the feeling associated with the memory again. It’s called “Fall Fever.”

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Jack’s Mid-Missouri Memory: 75 and Counting, Just a Bit Slower

I have passed many so called milestones in my life. At 17, I became old enough to join the Navy, which was an important one that made me feel all grown up. Just before I reached 21, I got out of the navy for the first time vowing to never return (a vow which proved to be premature). At 21, I was old enough to walk into a bar and show my real ID card in order to buy a beer. The first legal one was at a long since gone tavern called “The Spot“ on 2nd St. here in Sedalia, and it was on the house. The second one was at “The Interlude” next door, also on the house (I knew how to milk a good thing back then).

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