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Wednesday, July 08 2020

New anglers are invited to learn fishing techniques and selecting the right tackle with instructors from the Missouri Department of Conservation during a virtual fishing clinic on July 18 at 10 a.m. Registration deadline July 16.

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Friday, June 12 2020

The workshop will be held on Thursday, June 25, from 5 to 7 p.m. and is limited to 14 students. Pre-paid reservations are required.

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Thursday, June 11 2020

Observance of the adoption of the flag was not soon in coming, however. Although there are many claims to the first official observance of Flag Day, all but one took place more than an entire century after the flag’s adoption in 1777.

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Saturday, June 06 2020

General Eisenhower's Order of the Day to the Allied troops invading France.

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Wednesday, June 03 2020

The Missouri Department of Conservation supports the National Trails Day celebration and reminds us of options to enjoy hiking trails in western Missouri.

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Friday, May 22 2020

While the Museum will not be open to the public on Memorial Day, the organization offers three moving ceremonies streamed online for free to the public; Announces reopening for June 1 for members and June 2 for the general public -- two timed sessions daily with restrictions.

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Monday, May 18 2020

The Memorial Amphitheater and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier are icons in the celebration of Memorial Day and Veterans Day.

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Wednesday, May 06 2020

In 1982, May 6, designated as National Nurses Day in 1954, was established as the annual beginning of National Nurses Week, which ends on May 12, the birthday of Florence Nightingale.

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Friday, May 01 2020

The friendship and respect between a self-proclaimed Missouri Baptist, Harry Truman, and the son of impoverished Jewish immigrants from Lithuania, Harry Jacobson, made possible a significant contribution to American history.

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Tuesday, April 14 2020

"In the Picture: Portraying the Artist" is the first exhibition at the Van Gogh Museum to focus on this genre. With more than 60 portraits from the period 1850 to 1920, the exhibition presents a multifaceted exploration of the role and significance of the artist's portrait.

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Thursday, April 09 2020

Online information, including free downloads of tours are available through the St. Joseph Visitors Bureau website.

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Thursday, April 09 2020

Directory provides links to online content exploring the themes and unique eras in the history of Johnson County (KS) through its virtual museum, a virtual tour of the All-Electric House, and more.

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Monday, March 30 2020

The National WWI Museum and Memorial has shifted its programming and engagement/learning opportunities to the digital realm so that people can continue to understand the enduring impact of the Great War. The Museum remains closed through April 24.

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Thursday, March 26 2020

MDC is temporarily waiving permit requirements for sport fishing and daily trout-tag requirements for Missouri residents and nonresidents whose fishing privileges are not otherwise suspended. The waiver of fishing permits runs from Friday, March 27, through April 15.

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Saturday, March 07 2020

A biopic on the life of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, from her life as a student to her work on the Moritz v. Commissioner case challenging the Internal Revenue Code with regard to tax deductions that benefitted women, and not men.

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