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One thing most of us have in common — white, black, Republican, Democrat, tall, short, rich or poor — is a love of music. It’s no secret, I love music. I love to listen to music. I … more
I spent a few days living on my camp-boat last week on Truman Lake. It is a hard-topped pontoon boat, custom-built for me with no furniture on it and attachable canvas-type cover with screened … more
O’ Doubtful Ginny…so glad to see that you read, have an opinion and express it. Now, kindly point out just where I am not factual…and then, on with Senile Joe. I left out some … more
April 21, while protesters were demonstrating in Jefferson City against precautionary delays in re-opening the economy, our county Democrats Club was out picking up trash along a section of Highway … more
Dear Mr. Democrat, President Trump obviously misspoke when he said on March 6: “Everyone who wants a test can get a test” in an effort to calm the country while diligently working with … more
To the Editor: The COVID-19 crisis highlights two well-known phrases, “all politics is local” and “knowledge is power.” The move to re-open our economy is being largely … more
There are two types of people in America, those who get their news from Fox News and those who don’t. Many who get their news from other sources believe that Fox News viewers are all … more
I guess in most ways he was an easy gobbler. I can’t say there haven’t been many, many others that were more of a challenge. From his spurs it was apparent that he was old. But then so am … more
Editor, I wanted to let the public know about the concern that has seemed to get worse over the past six to eight months in reference to the Owensville Police Department dealing with homeless … more
We need to get through this time and tighten our belts, just as we have through two World Wars, terrorist attacks and other epidemics. Newspapers in the United States have traveled rough seas to … more
Dear Editor: There were two articles in this weeks paper. One (Phil Brooks) was intelligent and heartwarming. The other (C.H. Zelch)was from your very familiar contributor. The first offered a … more
Mr. Hoernschemeyer, A factual response to the times Mr. Trump has misspoken on the Coronavirus topic is extensive but available to you and anyone who’s interested at … more
To the Editor: A couple of weeks ago I saw in this paper where some churches were having drive up church services. How neat is that? I think you are as safe in your own car listening to a … more
Last Wednesday the St. Louis Post-Dispatch ran a photo on its front page that caught my eye — what it was meant to do. Maybe you saw it too. On April 21 there were demonstrations in downtown … more
I am very disappointed in this spring, up to this point. I recommend that the Great Creator dismiss whomever he put in charge of it! For one thing, this spring should have been one of the best … more
Missouri's General Assembly faces historic challenges for the final three weeks of the 2020 regular session. The budget tops the list with a projected $1 billion or even higher revenue loss for … more
Dear Editor: Americans continue to lead the COVID challenge. Some are worried about losing their lead, so they are protesting to get more infections. When asked why they want more viruses, the … more
Dear Mr. Democrat, President Trump obviously misspoke when he said on March 6, “Everyone who wants a test can get a test,” in an effort to calm the country while diligently working … more
Who was it who said “ if they (Democrats) had things, level of voting, that if you ever agreed to it, you’d never have a Republican elected in this country again.” That was … more
Dear students and parents, The Governor announced Thursday, April 9, schools would remain closed through the remainder of their academic calendar. The Governor’s office and the Department … more
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