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This year’s 4-H Fair, held in late July, was amazing for me. Why? Because I had the privilege to be the judge of the photography projects.They all blew me away. We have very talented young … more
This weekend is the annual Seminary Picnic. You know, the place I’ve been told “Where Friends Meet Friends from Everywhere!”We’ll see about that.Sad to say, I have not … more
In late July, billions of people around the world tuned into the Summer Olympic Games in Japan. Since its modern creation in 1896, when the Athens Olympic Games were held, the Olympics have been an … more
The mid-point of summer is now a distant memory Independence Day was more than 10 days ago. Sure, there’s still time for a summer trip, but let’s be realistic, it’s all downhill … more
Congress’ most basic responsibility is to ensure our homeland is secure and American families remain safe from those who wish to do us harm. But Washington Democrats are collectively sticking … more
It was our late, great President Ronald Reagan who wrote, “Let the Fourth of July always be areminder that here in this land, for the first time, it was decided that man is born with … more
If you said “Perry County Memorial Hospital,” you would be correct. Remember, though, that it’s now more than just a hospital, it is also clinics, home health, ambulances, a … more
Michael Connelly, best-selling author, and journalist, once said, “A newspaper is the center of a community, it’s one of the tent poles of the community, and that’s not going to be … more
If there’s one thing that should unify this country, it’s support for our allies who have stood shoulder-to-shoulder with us to confront terrorists who seek destruction over prosperity. … more
Missouri has four national cemeteries, the closest of which is Jefferson Barracks in St. Louis. My grandfather, whom I never met, is buried there. While national cemeteries get more attention during … more
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