The sixth annual Jingle on the Green at State Fair Community College brought many students, faculty and people from the area to the campus to experience caroling, music, arts, luminaries, chocolate and of course, Santa Claus.
One of the big traditions for those celebrating Christmas is putting up the Christmas tree for the season. Although there is the constant debate over having a real or fake tree, we're going to talk about where to get your real trees in Sedalia.
If there's one thing I'm sure we've all seen driving around town, it's the good old Christmas lights. It seems like some people are ready to get their lights up as soon as Halloween! But now it's December, and that means that everybody's gonna be getting theirs up soon. So why not join in on a little friendly competition?
I grew a beard out for No Shave November. It's pretty scraggly. I've been waiting all month to shave, but now that November is finally over, I'm wondering if I should just keep it since I took all this time to grow it.
This Thanksgiving, I had the chance to head to the Plaza in Kansas City with my friend Kevin Walker and his nephews for the annual KCP&L Plaza Lighting. It was actually my first time at the Plaza, and it was a lot of fun.
Hillary Scott is a "new" mom in the sense that she gave birth to her first human child, daughter Eisele Kaye, in the summer. However, the Lady Antebellum singer has been a loud and proud dog mom for a while and she loves her fur babies Hobbs and Baker, who are male and female golden doodles. She shared an adorable photo of her girls Eisele and Baker bonding.
On Tuesday night (Nov 26), I was lucky enough to participate in the Child Safe Dessert Auction at the Celebration Center in Sedalia. It was a great event that raised over $5,000 for the Child Safe program of Central Missouri.
On Monday (Nov. 25), Keith Urban teased fans with a photo that suggested he may have clipped his long blonde hair. Up to three inches of what one assumed were his famous locks were spread around a barber's chair. Then, on Tuesday, he revealed his new look.
I found a pretty interesting article about a weird Thanksgiving tradition from the past. About 100 years ago, kids didn't go trick-or-treating on Halloween, they did it on Thanksgiving. It was called "Thanksgiving Masking." Kids would dress up as beggars and hobos, wear masks and go door-to-door for candy and pennies. No one's exactly sure when it ended, but it lasted in some areas through the 1920s.
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