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A special ceremony will be held at Nixa Community Center at 9 a.m. on Nov. 13 to recognize the 100-year remembrance of the Unkown Soldier, and honor all veterans who served in the U.S. military. more
Slippery slope arguments occur when one person, group of persons or, in legal terms, a party, views decisions as having the potential to begin a trend. In general, a slippery slope argument says that if a relatively harmless action is taken today, it could start a trend that will lead to something unconscionable being accepted in the future. more
NIE allows teachers to sign up to receive newspapers in their classrooms at no cost. It’s part of a statewide public service partnership that community newspapers like this one have with the public school districts we serve. more
In the year that followed the 9/11 terrorist attacks, a total of 181,510 Americans signed up to join an active-duty branch of the United States military. more
Lidenlure has been a recreation attraction in Christian County for more than a century. It had a resort in the 1920s that went out with the Great Depression. more
The Milky Way galaxy has billions of stars. They come in different sizes, colors, and types. One type of star has carbon as its primary element, plus an element that is almost non-existent on Earth. more
Horserace framing is what happens when any occurrence is told through the lens of a conflict between two persons or at least two parties. It creates the Us versus Them mentality we are prone to feeling. more
At a recent press briefing held in Jefferson City and shared across the state on Facebook Live, the governor of Missouri recently spoke out vehemently about the misinformation about COVID-19 … more
Peacemaking is a form of conflict resolution focused on the establishment of a relationship capable of staving off future conflict. It generally involves a series of ethical decisions between … more
Thank you so much to all of the people who put on powder blue T-shirts and volunteered to make the Sertoma Duck Race possible. Without volunteers, an event of that magnitude simply doesn’t … more
Nixa residents are one vote away from being allowed to keep egg-laying hens in their backyards.The Nixa City Council heard the first reading of a bill that, if enacted, would create an ordinance … more
It’s Father’s Day this Sunday, Dad. That got me thinking about you. I just wanted to talk to you a minute, even though you’ve been gone a very long time. I know you can’t talk back, but I … more
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