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Dear Editor I recently attended the Planning and Zoning meeting with regard to the proposed change in zoning to allow for a second Dollar General to be built on Highway 61 South just past Huber Road. … more
Dear Editor, Do you hear it? Listen carefully. A donkey keeps breying: “Play it again, Sam”. The Letters to Editor section is one reason I buy the Republic-Monitor newspaper. It was a … more
Dear Editor, Oftentimes referred to as the Uni- Party the Democrats and Establishment Missouri State level Republicans have become like twins barely distinguishable from one another, year after year … more
On October 6, the Commerce Department announced economic statistics that exceeded expectations, with more jobs created in the month of September than analysts had predicted. But one jobs report … more
Not a day goes by without seeing the devastating consequences of the Left’s disregard for the rule of law. Right now, liberal cities are grappling with an unprecedented rise in coordinated … more
Dear Editor, I learned in my 20s during the Vietnam War that the loudest and most repetitive voices offered strident opinions, but critical thought didn’t always support truth in their … more
Dear Editor What a wonderful place we call home I just want to thank everyone involved with the East Perry Fair. I want to thank the Sheriff Dept, the County Commissioners, the Fair Board and … more
The definition of leaders is that they lead, not follow, i.e.: the conspiracy theories, bigotry, racism and Ill informed and/or ignorant predilections of those they would seek to have their … more
For too long, Congress has allowed special interests and the politically connected to shape health care policies and legislation. As a result, we have a health care system that puts corporate … more
In education, we’re often reminded to “remember our why.” It makes a cute desk sign. But public education has been hard in recent years, even for those of us who don’t teach. … more
On September 12, Speaker Kevin McCarthy (Calif.) announced that after spending months of following the facts, the U.S. House of Representatives will formally open an impeachment inquiry into … more
Dear Editor We as Republicans believe in God, have good morals and support Donald Trump. We are concerned in our county, because there are Libertarians who are falsely representing themselves as … more
Dear Editor The Sound of Freedom! The movie that pulls back the curtain as it lifts the veil of evil in our time , the movie that invokes so many raw emotions as we deal with the cruel reality of … more
From day one of Joe Biden’s presidency, Republicans have fought tooth and nail to advance the policies we need to secure our southern border. Yet at every step of the way, Biden and Washington … more
Every August, I visit farms, ranches, and agriculture businesses across Missouri’s 8th Congressional District as part of my Farm Tour. The annual tradition is an opportunity to not only … more
Dear Editor The American Flag flies high over the Lawn Mower Races at the Patton Saddle Club just down the road in Patton, Missouri.   If you haven’t had a chance to go this summer, You … more
Dear Editor A recent study showed that gunfire is now the leading cause of death among children, replacing car accidents. At one time, America was thought of as the ideal country to live in, which … more
When the American people entrusted Republicans with the responsibility of running the House of Representatives, we promised to use every tool at our disposal to hold this administration accountable … more
It has been one year since President Joe Biden and Washington Democrats passed their signature Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) – a massive transfer of tax dollars from working families to the … more
Dear Editor We had the opportunity to experience a cross section of this nation’s very core over this beautiful past Saturday on the courthouse Square in Perryville, Missouri. 153 short and … more
Dear Editor I became involved in the affairs of PCMH in October , 2020 hoping to stop any merger, sweeping back the tide of management advocates for Mercy, hoping to keep PCMH remaining an … more
Dear Editor My name is William “Bill” Bohnert and I was elected to the PCMH board of Trustees in 2022. This letter is in part why I voted no on the Mercy merger. Since myself along with … more
On August 8, President Joe Biden once again bowed to climate extremists by unilaterally designating nearly 1 million acres of public lands surrounding the Grand Canyon as a national monument. This … more
As I stated in my graduation speech before my classmates nearly three months ago, time flies. This could not be further from the truth, as my summer internship at the Perry County Republic-Monitor is … more
It was a recent Sunday morning in downtown Perryville. The Courthouse clock read 5:15. The glow of streetlights yellowed the darkness. The first of three daily’ fresh-air’ walks had just … more
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