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Taxes: one half of the two things that are guaranteed in life. We are all taxed to the hilt, and it is about to get a whole lot worse if Nancy Pelosi and the out-of-control Democrats get their way.

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I don't envy Michael Hendrickson, the presiding judge for Missouri's 30th Judicial Circuit, which includes Webster County.

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When I was 16 I got my first job. My parents made me. They said if I had a car I was going to help pay for it, so literally the day I got my license I was out filling out applications all over town.

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As some sports teams begin individual training again, “The Last Dance” remains the preeminent watch for anyone who even remotely cares about hoops. And we’re barely halfway through. 

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As lawmakers returned to the State Capitol Building 2020 legislative session, they faced the difficult task of crafting a balanced state budget during a time when revenues are declining because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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We are living in unprecedented times. While this may feel like the worst of times to many, it is a perfect time to teach children the principles and practices that can prepare them to live comfortable, secure lives, even in the midst of severe uncertainties and challenges. Children are exper…

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When it came time for me to submit this weeks article on Monday, I was stumped. I had no clue what to write about. Apparently this is called writer's block, and mine was like a brick wall.

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This week the governor signed into law a piece of legislation meant to establish a system of reciprocity for military spouses that would recognize occupational licenses granted in other states.

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The NFL Draft finally arrived after what seemed like months of exhausting coverage even before we were chained indoors. It went off almost flawlessly, as perhaps could be expected with a village of IT professionals at the location of seemingly every league executive.

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Word came this week that the Webster County Fair has been canceled for 2020.

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This past week my husband and I made a trip to Walmart in Lebanon. We went to pick up two bicycles, one for myself and one for him.

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Before I was elected to office, I owned and operated Cunningham's Fresh Foods in Marshfield. Those years running a supermarket left me with an appreciation for what it takes to care for customers, keep a store clean and offer the variety of wholesome foods and everyday essentials that consum…

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Last week, our publisher, Jamey Honeycutt, offered a thought-provoking column that asked Missouri Governor Mike Parson to open up the state following his stay-at-home order.

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Editor's note: The following column reflects the opinions of the publisher of The Marshfield Mail and its four sister weeklies, Jamey Honeycutt. The opinions expressed here are his own, and they do not reflect the views of this newspaper. We would welcome your response, perhaps through a let…

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With the state of affairs, many or being left to his or her own devices. That can be a great thing. I never thought I’d catch up with so many video games or books I've had since I graduated college.

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Last week's meeting of the Marshfield Board of Aldermen was another historic first during this period of pandemic and stay-at-home orders.

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The Capitol has been mostly dark for the past few weeks. The halls are empty. Office doors are locked tight while legislative staff members work from their respective homes during the coronavirus shutdown. Aside from cleaning crews methodically disinfecting the building, there is only one hu…

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The health and well-being of everyone in our communities is everyone’s top priority. We understand the concern and uncertainty that people may be experiencing surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19). As educators, we are committed to being responsive to everyone’s information needs as the sit…