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Good Thinking Column by Dr. Don Kuehle, United Methodist, Retired

 

 

Once upon a time in a land far away, a King had three beautiful daughters. He was concerned about them; he wasn’t sure whether they loved him for himself, or for the inheritance.

So, the King called them into his throne-room, and asked each the question: "How much do you love me?" The oldest daughter replied: "Father, I love you

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Cultivating small business

Capitol Report by Brad Lager

 

 

The entrepreneurial spirits of millions of small business owners form the backbone of our nation’s economy. For many Americans, owning and managing their own business has long been considered a cornerstone of their American Dream. Taking the risk to put their ideas to paper and start the business is a daunting task that takes incredible commitment and effort.

Although the overwhelming majority of businesses in

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Pattonsburg R-2: Panther Band, Drumline, Flag Corp take 2nd place at MO Days

The Pattonsburg Panther Band, under the direction of Jamie Dunagan, placed second at the 11th Annual Missouri Days Music Festival in Trenton on Saturday, Oct. 20. Led by junior drum majors Caroline Hulet and Tiffany deJong, the band participated in the parade competition. Also placing second in competition was the Panther Drumline led by section leader Rachel Hopkins. The 13 member drumline competed for the first time. The PHS

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Letter to the Editor from Bryan Carmenati

Amish: The Not So Simple Life Revisited

 On Oct. 18, 2007, Jennifer Kolbusz from Kansas City Television Channel 41 aired a grossly distorted news article on the Jamesport, Mo., Amish. Not only was this presentation erroneous, pretentious and damaging to the community, but the presentation was loaded with bad information, half-truths from interviews, and negative innuendoes regarding the Jamesport Amish.

Knowing the Amish means knowing their religious beliefs and commitment

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Letter to the Edito from Charles E. Kruse, President – Mo. Farm Bureau

Dear Editor,

It’s no surprise Congress can be misguided at times – take the ongoing debate to reauthorize and expand the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) by increasing federal tobacco taxes about 150 percent.

Representatives Akin, Blunt, Graves and Hulshof voted against the measure, which reflects the attitudes of a majority of Missourians when it comes to increased tobacco taxes. An amendment to raise state taxes on tobacco products

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Thayer’s response

Editor’s Note: Testimony presented on Oct. 10, 2007, by government officials before the Committee on Education and Labor, House of Representatives was published in the Oct. 17 edition of the newspaper. This hearing focuses on allegations of abuse at residential youth treatment programs across the nation, such as the Thayer Learning Center at Kidder, Mo., where the death of a 15-year-old enrollee occurred. The following is testimony from Thayer presented

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Two earn American Farmer Degrees

Pattonsburg FFA American Degree recipients Andrew Hulet and Katelyn Hulet

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Is this ethanol’s last chance for success?

"Cut to the Chase" by Lynne Finnerty

The year is 1979. The United States is in an oil crisis created by the Iranian Revolution which disrupted Middle East oil exports. President Jimmy Carter wears a sweater during a speech in which he asks Americans to turn down their thermostats and conserve energy. Drivers wait in long lines at gas stations. The price of oil goes from about $15 a barrel

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You can never have too many shoes

Family Daze by Debbie Farmer

For as long as I can remember, there are three things I always wanted to be in life:

1) A perfect mother.

2) An internationally famous super model.

3) A real estate agent.

My life being what it is, I’ve pretty much completely given up on numbers 1 and 2, but recently I’ve decided to take a stab at number 3.

I admit, I’m not

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