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Here is my beef, and I feel 95% will agree you can’t get away from it, whether on TV or radio.

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This article is dedicated to the memory of Dean Brim, whom I grew up with.

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Some varmint had been tearing the wire loose and getting my chickens from the hen house.

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Here we are in the third quarter of 2020. My mom used to tell me not to wish my life away when I was looking forward to something in the near future and impatient for that date to arrive. I understand her thought, but this is one year that I won't be sorry to see go away. 

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Earlier this July, Gov. Parson decided to invest $87 million into economic recovery from the pandemic. Specifically, he decided to invest $15 million toward Missouri’s tourism industry. 

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My refrigerator made a fool of me today. This morning when I came downstairs to the kitchen, it was croaking — loudly. It sounded like an elderly frog was inside it, sitting in a creaky rocking chair that got louder each time he rocked back. I could hear it across the room.

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Whether your skin is covered by fur, feathers or fabric, you’ve noticed something over the past week or so: It’s darn hot outside.

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As an emeritus faculty member of the University of Missouri School of Journalism, I feel compelled to offer some thoughts about the recent controversy involving the tweets by two school newsroom reporters and the university president's response.

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My first car was a powder blue Volkswagen bug, made sometime in the late ’60s or early ’70s. I don’t remember the exact year. At the time my dad brought it home, it was 1987 and I was 14 years old with a driver’s learning permit I could hardly wait to start using.

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“And I will pray the Father, and He will give you another Helper, that He may abide with you forever. … But the Helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in My name, He will teach you all things, and bring to your remembrance all things that I said to you.” — John 14:16, 26

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Does your publisher intend to admit he was wrong about “reopening” now that COVID-19 cases are skyrocketing?  He was quick to jump on that politicized bandwagon that backfired. Now, he’s silent.

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I appreciate Mr. Honeycutt's willingness to reflect on what "Black Lives Matter" truly means, and how it does not devalue or minimize the lives of white folks.

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While major league baseball teams are considering how many games to play during a pandemic, some of us remember the olden days. 

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You’ve heard of a missing person’s report, right? I may have to file a missing “pieces” report. Because I haven’t seen my kids’ ears in months. I’m beginning to wonder if they’re still there.

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I want to commend the publisher on his Wednesday, July 9, column “Black Lives Matter.” He expressed my sentiments exactly. For the present generation of division in our country as the old idiom the publisher “hit the nail on the head.” Thomas Paine the patriot and his famous quote could well…

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Since Dr. Honeycutt recommended some weeks ago that it was time to open up the economy, we have been waiting for further guidance.