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Letter to the Editor: From the City Admin

Dear Editor:

It is the duty of the city council to make the financial decisions regarding our city. It is your right and responsibility to question those decisions. This is why the city council will hold their next meeting (March 24 at 6:00) at the Dockery Park shelter building to encourage members of our community to come and ask questions and get the facts about the issues facing us all.

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Capitol Report: Mid-Session Review

by State Sen. Brad Lager

This coming week, the Missouri General Assembly will be on spring break thereby signifying the midpoint of the 2014 legislative session.  We began this session on a mission to strengthen our state’s financial foundation, improve our business climate for job creation, and address many of the issues hindering our children’s education.

To create a dynamic and robust marketplace, we must create a climate in which

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Off the Editor’s Spike

Dw.cdrYou are what you eat. Or, as Debbie Sweatman and other champions of the upcoming family Literacy Night at Searcy R-5 Elementary would say, you are what you read.

Cold winter nights make nibbling on junk food all too comforting — novels, several delicious mysteries, a reread of nearly all of Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic Sherlock Holmes tales, and a variety of books about my favorite subject, the Civil War.

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Georgia Moulin 1934-2014

Georgia Moulin, 79, of Independence, formerly of Jameson, passed away Wednesday, March 12, 2014, at St. Luke’s East Hospital. Memorial services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Monday, March 17, at McWilliams Funeral Home in Gallatin. Inurnment will be at the Union Grove Cemetery near Gilman City. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Lung Association, in care of McWilliams Funeral Home of Gallatin.

Georgia F. Moulin was born

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Where’s the Party?

by Freida Marie Crump

PooseyDigest_WPGreetings from Poosey.

I’m ready for a party. Oh, I know that living in this most blessed of nations it’s hard to say that we deserve anything, but dog-gone it, after living through a winter like we’ve just endured I think we’ve earned the right to treat ourselves to a shindig. Print up the t-shirts proclaiming, “I survived the winter of 2014!” Break out the champagne

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Good Thinking: We Can Count on God’s Providence

by Dr. Don Kuehle

Snoopy is sitting out in the cold, his supper dish frozen solid. Linus walks by, pats Snoopy on the head, and says: “Be warm and well fed, Snoopy.” And then Linus walks away, leaving Snoopy shivering in the cold. That could have been us. When Adam and Eve disobeyed the Father, broke His laws and his heart; when they were thrown out of Paradise, shivering in

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Rise Up, It’s Spring

ShepherdCalls_WPIs it by coincidence or plan that St. Patrick’s Day and spring come almost simultaneously? On St. Patrick’s Day, we celebrate the green. At the same time, we are looking for the green of spring. Today is sunny, projected temperature 70-plus. A few days like this and everything will turn green. Wonderful!

Assuming there is some connection between spring and St. Patrick’s Day, folk in Amherst, Massachusetts, found it hard

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Frying Pan to Fire

ShepherdCalls_WPThough hardly a surprise, the big news today is “Crimea voters opt to secede.” They chose to be Russians rather than Crimeans. It reminds me of an incident more than 50 years ago when Cuba cast off the shackles of a dictatorship. There was dancing in the streets, followed by nearly 1,000 executions of suspected political opponents, the loss of all private property, the stealthy departure of many family members

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Where Congress Falls Short … And Where It Doesn’t

by Lee H. Hamilton

At a public gathering the other day, someone asked me how I’d sum up my views on Congress. It was a good question, because it forced me to step back from worrying about the current politics of Capitol Hill and take a longer view.

Congress, I said, does some things fairly well. Its members for the most part want to serve their constituents and the country.

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