Up in the sky, it's a bird! No, it's a plane! No, it's the International Space Station. The white line in the photo above is the International Space Station as it flew over Sedalia on Tuesday night (Dec. 10).
"It Is Over." Those are the words lawyer, Kathleen Zellner had written on a sky blue booklet and placed on the windows at the prison on Tuesday to let Ryan Ferguson know he was being released today. (Nov. 12).
What a great night of entertainment at the Liberty Center on Saturday night (Nov. 10)! Taking center stage with his band was Royal Wade Kimes. Kimes has worked with some of the biggest names in country entertainment, including Loretta Lynn and Garth Brooks (Kimes helped write, "We Bury the Hatchet" which sold 17 million copies). Other giants he has worked with include Diamond Rio, Gene Watson and several others. He at one time signed with Asylum Records, where he had a top 10 dance record as well as a top video. The "Nashville Outlaw" has two Will Rogers awards and has been named the Best Living Solo Musician and Best Album of the Year from True West Magazine and XM Satellite Radio.
Show Me Honor Flight veterans were welcomed home last night (Oct. 29), and what a welcoming they received! As they exited of I-70 from their all day event, they were greeted by 25 roaring motorcycles waiting for them at Marshall Junction to escort them home. As they came into Sedalia and over the railroad tracks downtown, a large group of citizens were there to greet them, as well as the Sedalia Fire Department. The fire department sprayed two archways of water over the bus as it passed through, and on the other side were people waving and cheering them home. They traveled down Ohio to 3rd and then turned right off of 3rd to Osage, coming to a stop at City Hall to one of the largest groups that have welcomed the Honor Flights home.
I know a lot of you always look forward to some of the photos I take during an event. You don't know how much that really touches my heart. I hope you really enjoy this series. Not only because it is of the Homecoming Parade, but it is from my point of view since I am on my class reunion's float
Dirt, mud and lots of water is what makes for a good off road weekend, especially when you are on a 4-wheeler, 3-wheeler or even a cross-country motorbike. Admission to the 6th Annual Jake Helmig ATV Memorial Ride last Saturday (Sept. 7) was just $2 to get in and $10 for each ATV or bike. There was plenty of food to be eaten, from brats, hamburgers, pulled pork and fried chips. There was no reason to be hungry.
I traveled to Concordia, Mo. last weekend not for their fair, but for something that was much more prominent to me: the Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall. I have been to the monument In Washington D.C. when I was given the opportunity to go as an escort for The Honor Flight and to photograph the entire event. The Wall in Concordia is 3/5 in scale to the one in D.C. It was still impressive even in it's smaller version. They call the monument in D.C. "The Wall that Heals." There are approximately 58,000 servicemen and women names that are etched in the black granite panels in D.C.
It was a beautiful evening to welcome home the 12th Honor Flight in Sedalia, Mo. They were escorted by a group of about 75 local motorcycle riders from Marshall Junction to Sedalia on Tuesday night (Sept. 3).
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