SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KTTS) - Even country music biggest stars like a sweet treat. A donut shop in Springfield, Missouri shared photos on social media of a wedding they catered for what appears to be Garth Brooks' daughter.Hurts Donut owner Kas Clegg snapped some photos with Brooks and posted her custom, donut-inspired "Blame it all on my roots" t-shirts.The donut company also brought their popular ambulance delivery vehicle to serve up the tasty treats.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KTTS) - No "Chick" left behind. That was the philosophy of a college student in Springfield, Missouri who brought his his Chick-fil-A meal with him while taking shelter during a tornado warning. The catch? The Missouri State University student actually just decided to lift up the entire table and bring it with him to the basement. Everyone in the PSU had to go down to the basement. This dude brought a whole table so he didn't have to pack his Chick fil a up.
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