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Boonslick Regional Library’s Programs Help Adults and Kids with Technology, Ancestry, and More [INTERVIEW]

One of the things we always stress to little ones is to read and keep reading.  And that's great, it's absolutely essential.  But the kids aren't the only ones who need to read.

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Grandpa Uses Hair Dryer to Fix Computer That Froze

In a time where it seems the whole world is frozen, even our computers are falling victim to the deep freeze. Well, sort of.

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What Would Elvis Presley Look Like if He Were Still Alive?

Elvis Presley died nearly 40 years ago, and every day since, fans have been wondering what could have been. How much more great music would he have made? How many more movies would he have starred in? And what would Elvis look like today if he didn't die on August 16, 1977?

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UMC Update

In a press event that took place Jan. 6 in North Kansas City, Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon announced the University of Central Missouri will receive a $350,000 grant in support of The Missouri Innovation Campus (MIC) initiative and a $100,000 grant to support competency-based education, which also will be applied toward efforts at The MIC

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Bill Gates
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Scientific Breakthrough! Bill Gates Drinks Water That Used to Be Poop

Bill Gates may have found a new way to change people's lives.

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DWI Goggles
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Smith-Cotton High student Annie Guiertries to find her way across the room while wearing goggles that simulate vision impairment caused by alcohol or drug use Dec. 18 in Amy Miller's health class. The exercise provided students with a safe way to see how drugs and alcohol cause disorientation.

Smith-Cotton High School Students See DWI Program

With the help of some specially-made goggles, students in teacher Amy Miller’s health classes at Smith-Cotton High School got to see how alcohol or drugs can leave a person disoriented. The goggles simulate the vision and orientation impairments caused by differing levels of drugs and alcohol

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Team SCREAM
COURTESY OF SEDALIA SCHOOL DISTRICT 200 Team SCREAM members, from left, Drew Patrick, Luis Vasquez, Austin Wood, David Wester and Zach Sutherland examine a diagram of the playing field for the 2015 FIRST Robotics competition, "Recycle Rush," Saturday morning at Smith-Cotton High School. Saturday kicked off the six-week build season for the annual international high school robotics competition.

Team SCREAM Prepares For Robotics Competition Season

A different year, a different game, different strategy – about the only thing that will be the same for Team SCREAM as it heads into the 2015 FIRST Robotics Competition season is its quest to return to the world championships for a third consecutive year

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Electronic Football
Electronic Football Predictions

Old School Electronic Football Playoff Predictions

The playoffs are here and this year, I managed to find a gift for my son that reminded me of my youth. Electronic Football and the Tomy Pocket baseball games were my favorites to play as a kid. These games were from before the adv

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Just How Much Was That Coffee?

Washington Nationals pitcher Doug Fister creatively embraced the Christmas spirit. On Christmas Eve, Fister posted a barcode on his Twitter page offering his followers a free cup of coffee from Starbucks--his treat

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There Goes The Neighborhood

The first known electrically illuminated Christmas tree was the creation of Edward H. Johnson, an associate of inventor Thomas Edison. While he was vice president of the Edison Electric Light Company he had Christmas tree light bulbs especially m

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