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Missouri offers wealth of travel options close to home in 2023

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Cold winter days are a great time to daydream about travel plans for the coming year. The “Springfield News-Leader” recommends several locations close to home in Missouri. Elephant Rocks State Park. Elephant ...

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Kansas City will enjoy rare white Christmas this week

With snow on the ground and Arctic temperatures sweeping south, Kansas City will enjoy a white Christmas this week. It is fairly unusual because Kansas City has only had a white Christmas ...

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Egypt’s Holy Family Trail recognizes sites where Jesus traveled

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CAIRO — Egypt is developing the Holy Family Trail, a pilgrimage of sites from Jesus’ infancy to his wandering in the desert, hoping to revive its tourist industry battered by two years ...

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Israel ranked fifth-safest destination for tourists, topping the United States at 30

Some tourists who would like to visit Israel are hesitant because of concerns about their safety. It turns out that those concerns are unfounded, the “Jerusalem Post” reports. In fact, Israel is ...

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Travel with me to the Holyland!

“They don’t show this on the news,” exclaimed our daughter Emma as we stepped out of the mini-van. “They’re just like us!” She observed the Jewish family piling out of their own ...

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Governors want vaccine mandate lifted on visitors to U.S.

Republican governors are asking the White House to end vaccine mandates for international visitors to the United States. The U.S. restrictions were imposed by President  Joe Biden in October 2021. Seventeen Republican ...

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California prohibits travel to states that ban breast removal on ‘transgender’ kids

California is banning travel to more states who are banning breast removal and other surgeries on children who believe they are transgender. California Attorney Gen. Robert Bonta issued an edict preventing employees ...

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Kansas City to reimburse expenses for employees seeking abortions

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Kansas City, Mo., employees will be reimbursed for traveling outside Missouri for an abortion under a resolution passed by the city council on Thursday. Women would be reimbursed only for the travel ...

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Kansas City named #1 city for work and play

Forget New York, LA or Vienna. Kansas City has been named the best city in the world to work during the day and explore in the evenings and on weekends. Notably, it ...

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These companies will pay employees for abortion expenses

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America’s most liberal companies have made their stance on Roe clear this weekend as they’ve promised employees they’ll pay for abortions. Many of them were mocked by pro-lifers on social media who ...

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This is how many people visited Branson last year

After going through a difficult time during pandemic lockdowns, a record 10 million people visited the Branson area last year. “The numbers don’t lie – Branson is a destination that appeals to ...

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Red states managed pandemic better than blue states, with fewer restrictions

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A new study confirms that conservative states fared much better than liberal ones during the pandemic. The Committee to Unleash Prosperity study compared state performance on metrics including the economy, education and mortality from ...

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Pastors enjoy Holy Land visit after Israel lifts travel restrictions

A visit to the Holy Land helps the Bible come alive for pastors and serves as a transformative moment. Not just for them, but for their congregations benefitting when they return. After ...

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White House threatens to veto ending airline mask mandate after Senate vote

Passengers can drop their masks on U.S. planes after the Senate passed a resolution to repeal a mask. It also covers other public transport. The White House immediately said they would veto ...

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Reveal: Israel Summer Experience Tour

Are you ready for 9 exciting days that will change your life? How about seeing some of the world’s most spectacular scenery and beaches while immersing yourself in a 3,500-year-old culture that ...

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Travel expert offers predictions for 2022

Travel expert Steve Glenn has shared his travel predictions for 2022. In his newsletter to followers, he says that over the past twenty years over 70% of his predictions have come true. ...

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Help children avoid Christmas emotional breakdowns

The Christmas season is an exciting time for children – perhaps a little too exciting at times. Christi Bergin, Ph.D., a developmental psychologist at the University of Missouri, shared advice for making ...

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Israel bans citizens from traveling to United States over Covid 

The Israel cabinet on Monday approved a ban on travel to the United States because of concerns about the spread of the COVID-19 omicron variant. All travel restrictions, including those entering Israel, ...

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Pat Robertson stepping down as daily host of ‘The 700 Club’ on CBN

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Pat Robertson is stepping down as daily host of “The 700 Club,” CBN News reported. He announced last week on the 60th anniversary of CBN’s first broadcast that he is moving on to new ...

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Abilene, Kansas a finalist for ‘Best Historic Small Town’

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Abilene, Kansas is currently #1 on the leaderboard as voting is underway for “Best Historic Small Town” sponsored by USA Today. The reader poll allows anyone to participate. The western Kansas community ...

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Hurricane Ida damage likely to result in higher gas prices for Labor Day weekend

Anyone planning to travel for Labor Day weekend can expect to pay more for gasoline. On top of Biden administration policies that have caused gas costs to rise, Hurricane Ida has shut ...

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Vacation locations close to home make great ‘Staycation’ options

We are creatures of habit, but how does that apply to a vacation?  We often associate feelings of positivity and comfort with familiarity, which is created by the repetition of tasks and ...

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National Churchill Museum in Fulton reopens after pandemic

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Area families looking for a getaway before school starts have a new option. The National Churchill Museum in Fulton, Mo., is reopening this weekend after being closed during the pandemic. The museum ...

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Missouri State Fair showcases $8 million facility improvements

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Visitors to the Missouri State Fair in Sedalia next month will enjoy about $8 million in improvements to the grounds. This includes campground improvements, brick horse barn upgrades and major renovations at ...

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Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield, Kan. returns for 49th year

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The popular Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield, Kan. will take place Sept. 15-19 with organizers releasing talent line-up. This year’s event will be the 49th annual and the public, eager for a ...

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