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Would you like to have a better handle on how to cope with the impact of change in the workplace?  University of Missouri Extension experts Amber Allen and Amy Bartels, Human Development and Family … more
According to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Hunting License Data Report, there were 1,120,620 hunting license sold last year in Texas. There were 930,815 licenses sold in … more
I try to go to bed early on Sunday nights. I have to wake up very early on Monday mornings in order to do this job as the editor of your hometown newspaper, and if I’m not well-rested, I’m simply … more
It took about an hour for the knives to come out on our social media channels on a sunny Friday afternoon. I’m surprised it even took that long.The big news, as you can see on the front page, is … more
I was tired, so I sat down in my recliner and picked up the TV remote to turn on the news, but set the remote back down. I didn’t want to hear about pandemic, protests or politics. You can get … more
We enjoyed a few days without the air conditioner running. That may change this week.Thanks to Ada and Tom Crain for a donation to help with upkeep of the Chadwick Community Building. Help and … more
Since the beginning of civilized society, it has been understood that being polite, courteous and respectful to others is required for a healthy culture. Perhaps we need reminding. Courtesy is … more
The old adage that hard work pays off is true. Remember back in January when the library challenged the Christian County community to read one million minutes for the 2020 Winter Reading … more
Meteor showers are one of the best ways to introduce others to astronomy. It was the Perseid meteor shower that sparked my interest in astronomy. To this day, it is the one meteor shower that I look … more
The Christian County Library’s mission is to expand access to innovative, community-driven facilities, services, and lifelong educational opportunities to all people of Christian County. Throughout … more
Being outdoors is good for us. Nature and fresh air help us relax and feel less stressed. Most of us can sure use that after all we have been through, and are still going through with COVID-19.  We … more
When examining testimony from public masking bill hearings in Nixa, Springfield and Branson, some trends run together in all three cities. First, these meetings have attracted people who have never … more
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