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Poosey Digest: Which side of the box?

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from Poosey.

Every time I try to close out a year on my calendar I think of Bev’s box. She and her husband Myron lived just around the corner from us for over 30 years and the gal was one of my dearest friends. For years I’d enjoy fresh ground coffee in her elegant living room. The woman could decorate a turtle and make it

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Off the Editor’s Spike: Pondering the Future

Here’s my last chance to write something to you here in 2016. And, just like last year about this time, it’s time to consider changing more than just calendars.

This new year I’m motivated.

I’ll get a discount on my monthly insurance premium if I can trim an inch around the midsection …er, maybe make that two. I usually can hold the line once past these holidays until it’s BBQ

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Immanuel in the flesh

by Pastor Steve Ellison

One of the greatest of all mysteries is the eternal, omnipotent, and omnipresent God voluntarily subjecting Himself to the limitations of time, space, and the flesh. The Second Person of the Godhead, the agent and sustainer of creation, came to live in creation, as one of the creatures. How could we ever understand that? This is certainly a truth to be appreciated rather than understood.

God

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The Shepherd Calls: Listen to the Christmas music

by Dr. H. Wade Paris

 Joy to the world, the Lord is come! It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Do you hear what I hear? Angels sweetly singing on high that away in a manger the little Lord Jesus lay sleeping on the hay — infant holy, infant lowly for His bed a cattle stall. O holy night, it is the night of the dear Savior’s birth.

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Wishing you a Merry Christmas

by State Sen. Dan Hegeman

The Christmas season is here, a time of joy and thankfulness to be shared with loved ones, a time to observe old traditions, make new memories and reflect on all of life’s blessings. Most importantly, Christmas is a time to celebrate the day Jesus Christ was born and in his honor to embrace the spirit of giving.

Jesus spent his life spreading a message of

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Poosey Digest: The virtue of humble

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from Poosey.

I’d never imagined that Senator John Glenn would put me in the mood for Christmas. Our most famous astronaut who was the first man to orbit the Earth passed from it last week, and many of us remember holding our breath in February of 1962 when his radio transmission went out upon reentering the atmosphere while doing something that we never thought possible.

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Off the Editor’s Spike: Christmas cheer among a few tears

A Christmas tradition continued last week here last week as GPC employees gathered to share a Christmas “office party” dinner together.

In the way of the world, this is small potatoes …but tasty potatoes and meat with all the fixin’s wonderfully prepared by Nic and Carol Walker at Cycles Restaurant. It’s so nice to have such a good venue waiting for our “family” to gather — and so convenient just

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Tackling tort reform

by State Sen. Dan Hegeman

Bringing meaningful tort reform to the Show-Me State has been a goal of business-minded lawmakers for years now.

Although we achieved some success with 2015’s Senate Bill 239, which reinstated caps on non-economic damages in medical malpractice lawsuits, much more needs to be accomplished if we are truly going to restore balance to our state’s legal system. That is why the Senate Majority Caucus

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Guidelines for gift giving

by Jill Pertler

‘Tis the season – to shop for gifts for friends, family and others who deserve a wrapped present as defined by the rules of political correctness. We all long to find the perfect gift, even though there is no such thing. Some choices are much better than others, however, so I’m here today wearing my Santa hat with a package or two of gift-giving advice – otherwise

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