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Prombie Apocalypse Kicks off With Sedalia Book Signing [INTERVIEW]

Halloween is coming, and with it comes some new interesting ideas for celebrations! To get yourself into the holiday spirit, join the Prombie Apocalypse!  

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Best-Selling Author Tom Clancy Dead at 66

Tom Clancy, the writer of numerous popular military thrillers, died on Wednesday morning at age 66.

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Boonslick Regional Library Offers New eBook Options [INTERVIEW]

The Boonslick Regional Library in Sedalia is working hard to help people keep reading. For a lot of kids out there, books themselves can be kind of passe, especially since so many of them have smartphones, computers, and tablets.  So Boonslick, wanting to keep the kids reading, has embraced this new technology. 

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West Central Missouri Genealogical Society Researches Family Trees in Missouri [INTERVIEW]

A lot of people these days are very interested in learning about their family tree. With the show "Who Do You Think You Are?" and scrapbooking events, people find that looking back in their past is something very important to them. Preserving history and finding connections to long gone family members can become something very intensely important for these folks. There's a group in our area that have been working on that very thing since 1968.

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Rolling Stone Puts Boston Marathon Bomber on Cover, Lots of Folks Not Happy About It [UPDATED]

 

Alleged Boston Marathon bomber Dzhohkar Tsarnaev will be on the cover of next month's Rolling Stone. The decision has sparked a great deal of controversy, with many condemning the magazine for glamorizing the suspected terrorist.

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Boonslick Regional Library Plans Fun and Education this Year [INTERVIEW]

When I was a kid, the libraries here in town were some of my favorite places to be.  I'd walk down Third Street and stop by both branches and spend hours reading magazines,  browsing books and listening to records.  I don't know if that's something kids do these days, but there are a lot of great things that are in store for the kids and the adults at the Boonslick Regional Library.

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“Shady Ladies” Party Coming to Bottom’s Up in Sedalia

Join us on Saturday, July 20 at Bottoms Up Nightclub, located at 200 Industrial Ave for our Shady Ladies party! Don't miss the dancing, games, free hors d'ouerves and shopping booths featuring great "toys," jewelery, accessories, giveaways, demonstrations and more!

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School district benefactor Sue Heckart unveils the sign on the Dr. Harriet Wolfe Media Center at Smith-Cotton High School. Heckart used naming rights she acquired to honor Wolfe, who is retiring June 30.

Sedalia School District Names High School Library in Honor of Dr. Harriet Wolfe

The Sedalia School District will see a changing of the guard from one superintendent to another at the end of June. Dr. Harriet Wolfe will be leaving the district and Assistant Superintendent Brad Pollitt will be the new superintendent. The last school board meeting for Wolfe was June 17, and she was surprised with the honor of having the library at the new high school named after her. The Smith-Cotton library is now known as the Dr. Harriet Wolfe Media Center.

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SFCC Receives $10,000 Grant for Adult Literacy

The State Fair Community College Adult Education and Literacy (AEL) program has received a $10,000 grant from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation to promote community-wide literacy through technology.

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First Christian Church to Hold 11th Annual Favorite Poem Night

Kids, you may or may not know this, but, at one point in my life I was headed in a completely different direction than the one I currently walk.  Yes, I did all sorts of things as a kid, but generally there was a common theme to a lot of it.  I really liked school, and I loved the libraries.   So of course, I had my head in books a lot.

When I was small up until about my junior year of college, I was going to be a teacher.  Specifically, I was going to be a high school English teacher.  I know, can you imagine?  I'd not only be the goofiest teacher ever, but half the time I'd be mistaken for a student.   But yes, I was always in love with books, plays, poetry, and all that stuff.  I did creative writing, I did theater, I did tons of reading.   So when I see things like this upcoming event, I'm always interested.

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