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The COVID-19 pandemic has upended the American economy like nothing else since the Great Depression. The unprecedented pandemic required an extraordinary response — and the President, the U.S. … more
It’s late August as I pen this and my corn patch coon count is up to seven.That’s more than Dad and I skinned some seasons when I counted on ‘em for Christmas money. Of course, that was a long … more
In responding to the coronavirus pandemic, President Trump has rightly focused on the tremendous innovative capacity of American businesses — first by waiving regulations that impose unnecessary … more
Last Tuesday, I got a call from a resident about a Good Samaritan. The caller, Donna Shields, said one woman stopped to help another driver who was having a pump problem in her vehicle. Nothing … more
To the editor: Thank you to the three individuals who took it upon themselves to direct traffic and cut the tree off OO Highway. This was after the storm on Saturday. We would also like to thank … more
Small businesses across Missouri are hanging on by a thread. The financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic is far-reaching and will be felt in our state for years to come. Owning a small business … more
The U.S.-Canada border will remain closed for non-essential travel until at least Sept. 21. President Trump and Prime Minister Trudeau mutually agreed to seal the world’s longest non-militarized … more
Her husband died on June 1. Blanche Firestone told me about Ron during an interview on Aug. 24 at her house in Marshfield. The walls of her living room had some decor from children or … more
Is policing in real life as hard as policing online?It’s a semi-serious question. Both seem like a sometimes impossible, thankless job.With the rise of memes in the last several years, people of … more
Years ago, I was at a post-game press conference for a Power 5 basketball head coach. His team had just beaten an in-state mid-major, but arguably the bigger story was that, after playing … more
I was supposed to be an artist. My school teachers and friends were sure of. Throughout fourth grade to junior high I decorated my papers with Viking long ships, three-masted sailing ships and … more
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