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  • 'Bolivar Rocks' unites community

    In early June, one southwest Missouri town found a way to spread joy. By painting and hiding rocks. Thousands of people have joined in, and other communities -- including one in the KC area -- have adopted projects of their own.

In early June, one southwest Missouri town found a way to spread joy. By painting and hiding rocks. Thousands of people have joined in, and other communities -- including one in the KC area -- have adopted projects of their own. lbauer@kcstar.com
In early June, one southwest Missouri town found a way to spread joy. By painting and hiding rocks. Thousands of people have joined in, and other communities -- including one in the KC area -- have adopted projects of their own. lbauer@kcstar.com

While the world plays Pokemon Go, a hunt of another kind fascinates Missouri town

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