Speech to Text for Wedding cards missing from newlyweds
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your wedding day is meant to be fun... and once it's over??you can finally relax a bit. but as k?i?m?t news three's emily boster is finding out?? that's not the case for one area couple after the card basket from their reception went missing. she's live in osage this morning./// good morning ? ? i'm here at osage high school where chris and kali kyhl currently teach. they got married saturday but that bliss ended quickly after they realized their stack of wedding cards? ?were stolen./// chris kyhl is still on a bit of a high after recently getting hitched. the reception was amazing, the whole day, everybody was awesome it really was before we went to bed we both looked at each other and said it couldn't go any better. but now?? instead of writing thank yous... kyhl and his wife kali are filing police reports. it was pretty crushing to be honest i think we were on such a high and to wake up and walk in and we both were numb to it i think for a long time and for a long time trying to figure out it's going to show up somewhere. their bird cage filled with cards wishing them the best is missing. and the last place they saw it was saturday night at their venue... the cedar river complex. kyhl says he's a bit concerned about security there. to an extent yes, like i said the investigation is still active so i don't want to divulge much about that but it is a concern since that's the second time its happened. the director of the cedar river complex says security is not a concern even with this happening. she explains to k?i? m?t news three they're working to install security cameras in the future while taking extra security precautions. they're also working with police along with the couple to solve the mystery. we knew it had happened we took now the director of the cedar river complex reminds everyone it's wedding season so make sure you're diligent about items you want to keep safe during or after your reception. the same goes for graduations. live in osage?? emily boster??k? i?m?t news three./// coming up we'll tell you about good deeds happening in light of all this?? as the community rallies behind the new mister and misses.///