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World’s Largest Garage Sale: Shopping and More this Weekend

Kids, this weekend is gonna be a huge deal.  I don't think I have to tell you that Spring has officially sprung and darnit if that doesn't mean it's time to go out Garage Salin'.  Well, we here at KIX 105 have made life super easy in that regard.  We've put a bunch of the different people out there who would be salin', and put them under one roof!

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Dr. Joyce Brothers
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Dr. Joyce Brothers Dies at Age 85

Dr. Joyce Brothers, the psychologist whose career included a syndicated column, books, stints on television and in film, has died.

She was 85.

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Carrie Underwood
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Carrie Underwood Celebrates Five Years as an Opry Member

Country superstar Carrie Underwood has seen much success since her 'American Idol' days, with six gleaming Grammy awards to commemorate her career achievements. Underwood has also earned her way into country's inner circle as a member of the Grand Ole Opry, and she is marking five years as a member of that iconic institution.

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Victory in Europe Day Remembered in Sedalia [PHOTOS]

May 8 is a significant day, although it may not be featured on every single calendar.  It is the anniversary of Victory in Europe Day, or V-E Day. This is the anniversary of the end of hostilities during World War II in Europe, which ceased in 1945. The Sedalia VFW recognized and thanked World War II veterans for their service today (May 8).

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Heber Hunt Elementary

It’s National Teacher’s Day: Who Was Your Favorite Teacher? [SURVEY]

Kids, today is National Teacher's Day. I think that we all appreciate teachers in general, but I thought we might get a little more specific here.

I thought I'd share some memories of teachers I've had and worked with, and you could tell me a little about yours.  I think everyone had one of those teachers when they were a kid, that one that was your favorite.  Maybe they were funny, maybe they were kind, maybe they were just whatever you needed at the time.

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Willie Nelson
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Happy Birthday, Willie!

Kids, this week marks a big anniversary, well, birthday.  It's huge in the country music world and I'm sure it can be to some of you: It's Willie Nelson's 80th birthday!

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Learn the Story Behind George Jones’ ‘He Stopped Loving Her Today’

Whether or not you agree that George Jones' 1980 hit 'He Stopped Loving Her Today' is the greatest country song of all time, we can all probably agree on one thing: The song is Jones' most famous hit. And there's a reason why the mournful ballad is so heart-wrenching -- it was recorded at one of the Possum's lowest points.

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First Christian Church

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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Jonathan Winters Dead
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Comedian Jonathan Winters Dead at 87

Jonathan Winters, a titan of comedy on both the big and small screens, passed away at the age of 87.

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Marshall Philharmonic
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Marshall Philharmonic Performing with Kansas City Symphony at Free Concert

The Marshall Philharmonic has been around for 50 years.  They're celebrating this with a collaboration with the Kansas City Symphony on Wednesday, April 10 at the Harold L. Lickey Auditorium of the Bueker Middle School, starting at 7:00 p.m.  The KC Symphony rarely travels, so this is a big deal that they're coming to Marshall. And it's a big deal that the Marshall Philharmonic has gone 50 years now, making excellent music year after year.

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