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July 3rd, 2014
Anyone looking for barbecue in the upcoming Fourth of July weekend should be mindful that the Que'n in the Park State BBQ Championships will be held July 4 and 5 in Benton.
The winner will receive an American Royal Qualifier and a Jack Daniels Invitational Qualifier place.
The event will take place at the Saline County Fairgrounds. It is sanctioned by the Kansas City Barbecue Society, which is the largest sanctioning body in the world.
Organizers of the event say, "You'll have some of the best pros in one spot this weekend."
A group of adults who attend Civitan Services were in shock when Byron Wilcott said he was bullied when he was younger.
Wilcott, standing 6 feet and 5 3/4 inches tall, is a professional wrestler with the National Wrestling Alliance who goes by the stage name Big Daddy Yum Yum while in the ring.
When he was younger, he was tall and skinny and other students called him "giraffe," he said.
"Anybody can be bullied," he said.
(StatePoint) Feeling under the weather? Many common ailments, as well as serious life-threatening conditions, are caused by what you are and arenâ€™t putting into your body, say experts.
â€śEven if you stick to a well-balanced diet, you may not be getting sufficient nutrients,â€ť says Dr. Michael A. Smith M.D., author of the new book and educational tool, â€śThe Supplement Pyramidâ€ť and host of Healthy Talk on www.RadioMD.com.
In fact, nearly all Americans have an inadequate intake of Vitamin E and nearly a third does not get enough Vitamin C according to government statistics.