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Analysis from the Washington Post and the New York Times issued Jan. 25 showed that 4 percent of Missourians had received an initial dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.Data from the Centers for Disease … more
He taught many of us how to serve through action.When it came to caring about the place where he lived, few did it more earnestly than Steve Tallaksen.Tallaksen’s obituary matter-of-factly lists … more
In the social media age, it never fails to see a quote from one of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s speeches pop up in a time of crisis or turmoil.The events of Jan. 6, 2021, were no exception, and … more
With all the uncertainty this past year has brought, the Great Outdoors and all it offers provided a host of benefits to help deal with everything. The outdoors provided a place of peace and … more
One congressman’s account of the events of Jan. 6 is as discouraging as it is informative about the state of how deals are done in 2021.U.S. Rep. Peter Meijer, R-Michigan, wrote a column that … more
As usual, when narrowing down a topic for this piece, I sought out examples of human behavior in its most raw and unadulterated form. I went to Facebook and Twitter.COVID-19 and its effects on … more
Sometimes mistakes happen. I made a colossal mistake on Friday when I started reading Facebook comments.The focal point of the argument was physical health vs. mental health, and which should be … more
A big congratulations to our own Jaron Van Houden who is a senior at Chadwick High School. He recently won first place in the Missouri Quarter Horse Southwest District speaking contest, representing … more
The process of developing an economy, whether it's a small and local economy or a large and national economy, is a long game. There may be some shortcuts, fast tracks or boosts along the way, but … more
Today we celebrate Thanksgiving. We should be really thankful we live in a country where we still have freedoms—freedom to express our thoughts and beliefs, freedom to vote for whoever or whatever … more
It will be difficult, if not impossible, to measure whether or not effective learning occurred for K-12 students in Christian County and the rest of the nation for the 2019-2020 academic … more
Liability is something best left to the liable. Your anger at the COVID-19 virus is also best left to the virus, not the people reacting to its spread through Christian County.It’s absurd to ask … more
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