by Dr. Don Kuehle
The graduating class files into their assigned seats, resplendent in their caps and gowns. The notes of “Pomp and Circumstance” float on the air.
Valedictorians and Salutatorians give their carefully prepared speeches. School administrators voice their pride in the students, and their appreciation for the teachers and the parents. A special
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by Freida Marie Crump
Greetings from Poosey.
You may be short of time, short of cash, and running out of sanity this week, but I would wager that you don’t lack for advice. Your parents, teachers, and anyone else over 21 has no doubt given you a congratulatory pat on the back then
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by State Sen. Brad Lager
The Second Regular Session of the 97th General Assembly has officially come to an end. At the start of the year, we laid out an aggressive agenda focused on improving our educational system, reducing our tax burden, and limiting the size and scope of government. Combined, these issues would help
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by Lee H. Hamilton
I felt a brief surge of hope about Congress a few weeks ago. It was returning from Easter recess, and Capitol Hill was filled with talk about immigration reform, a minimum-wage bill, a spending bill to keep the government operating, and maybe even funding for transportation infrastructure. But, as I said,
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by Tim Baker, Extension Professional and Horticulture Specialist
One common question I frequently receive concerns how to establish and maintain a lawn in the shade. While we like to have shade trees in the yard, it’s sometimes difficult to persuade grass that it needs to grow underneath those spreading branches. Grass prefers to grow in
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The Gallatin Rotary Club donated its collection of 75 pairs of new shoes for Buckner Shoes for Orphan Souls during the recent Rotary District 6040 “Shoes Caravan” conducted on May 8-10 throughout North Missouri.
In partnership with the other 56 Rotary Clubs in Missouri Rotary District 6040, a total of 19,516 pairs of shoes, 6,154
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The Winston Fellowship of Christian Athletes will be selling pieces of the gym floor that is being removed for $10 for a 9″ by 2″ single board, $25 for a one square foot of floor (1’x1’), and $50 for a four square foot of floor (2’x2’). Prices for all other sizes are available upon request.
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