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Dear Editor,I just want to say thank you for the special supplement you published in the Wednesday, Nov. 11, issue — A Tribute to our Veterans.For the paper’s effort, you deserve a salute from … more
Are you planning on attending SACC's annual Christmas Lighting Ceremony the evening of Thursday, Dec. 3? Shyrl Thomas Burnaman. Be there with bells on!Ruth Noblett. In spirit — physically be at … more
Since Thanksgiving has come and gone, I wanted to do something fun. So, I looked up facts about Thanksgiving and did some of my own research into our holiday of thanks.•46,000,000 turkeys are eaten … more
Here it is at last — or will be tomorrow — Thursday, Nov. 26, Thanksgiving 2020, the official start of the holiday season, and a day with a long history.As early as 1777, all of the 13 American … more
The title of this column is a question which kept popping into my head during Missouri's gubernatorial campaign.This question repeatedly was asked by fictional Pres. Jed Bartlet in the TV series West … more
I carry a good angel on the right shoulder and a not so good angel on the left. As traveling is necessary to stay in good graces with the higher-ups, living in the country creates a bit of a strain … more
A long time ago, I wrote an article about African Swine Fever in China. It had wiped out an estimated 300 million hogs. These hogs either died of the virus or were killed to contain the virus. ASF … more
About two years ago, I bought a robotic vacuum cleaner. Like millions of other people, I fell in love with the idea of pushing a button and having a robot roam around the house cleaning the floors … more
I glanced around my office this morning and realized if I have a decorating motif in this messy place, it must revolve around words. They are everywhere.On one shelf is a small plaque which says … more
Recently, I was at the St. Clair County Cattlemen's annual banquet representing the Missouri Junior Cattlemen's Association. While there, they had Scott Brown from the University of Missouri be there … more
Set aside more than 100 years ago at the close of World War I, Armistice Day, now known as Veterans Day, honors the service of all military veterans of all wars and peacetime service. This is about … more
I do not know about your house, but the standard for personal appearance has taken a sharp nosedive at the Rockwood house. All this time at home during the pandemic has made me question the necessity … more
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