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Would You Rather Wednesday: Runny Nose or Cheetos Hands?
Welcome back in to another edition of "Would You Rather Wednesday." After all the rain here in West Central Missouri, everything is so green and in bloom. While it's nice to have the warm weather, it also means many people are constantly fighting off their allergies. Personally my allergie…
What’s the Best Rock Guitar Solo of All Time? [POLL]
Over the weekend I was able to catch a lot of live music. I made it up to Kansas City to see Eve 6 perform, and we had the Lions Club Blues and BBQ Festival right here in town.  I don't think this is any hidden secret, but I think we are all suckers for a great guitar solo.
Would You Rather Wednesday: No Web or No Wheels?
It's Wednesday, which means it is time for another round of "Would You Rather." At one point in time, not everyone had constant access to the internet. Now almost everyone has the internet in the palm of their hand at lightning fast speeds through their cell phones.
Like the internet, vehic…
Would You Rather Wednesday: Change the Past or See the Future?
Welcome back to another Would You Rather Wednesday. Let's jump right in!
We have all had to make really tough decisions in our lifetime. At the time, it may have seemed like the right one. Sometimes upon further review you might wish you would have went the opposite direction. Others might contemplat…
What Decade Had the Best Music? [POLL]
On Sunday night, I had a moment where I actually thought I was an old man. As I sat watching the Billboard Music Awards, I remember mumbling multiple old man phrases to myself.  Things like, "This music is garbage," "Does anyone really like this?" and "They're clearly lip sy…
Did You Feel Prepared for Missouri’s Severe Weather? [POLL]
Severe thunderstorms, 60 mph winds and hail the size of ping pong balls battered Mid-Missouri on Monday (May 20).  The nasty weather included a small tornado in Pettis County and Tornado Warnings for Sedalia, LaMonte, Smithton and Green Ridge.  Some lost power and others sustained damage to their ho…
Sedalia City Council Continues Discussion of Smoking Ban
The Sedalia City Council met in a work session Monday night to discuss one of the most controversial issues it has faced in years; a smoke-free Sedalia. The council is apparently split on the issue with some councilmen showing a marked timidity on the subject, with others engaging in a heated debate…

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