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The Missouri Department of Conservation’s ongoing search for Chronic Wasting Disease is once again in the news as hunters prepare for opening weekend of the November firearms deer … more
I may not go deer hunting this season. I don’t really need the meat. I’m content to eat mostly beef, pork and chicken. Deer hunting is not truly part of my heritage. I didn’t … more
I write this column about Todd Akin hoping it provides readers a better perspective about journalists and public officials, but also that it might encourage politicians and public officials to be … more
I'm writing this column after one of the most vicious and unfounded attacks I've heard by a Missouri governor against a major Missouri news organization. It involves the St. Louis Post-Dispatch … more
October is here and there’s lots of great things happening. There was Columbus Day and Halloween, of course, but so much more! According to my Missouri Department of Conservation 2021 … more
One of the most significant annual events for Ozarks wildlife is something humans hardly notice. We all know what acorns are, but it’s of little concern to us when these seeds of oak trees … more
It’s hard to write with all the chomping in the room. Goldendoodles are not known for their table manners, or, in this case, floor manners. Mac is lying next to my desk loudly eating his latest … more
Formerly one of the most significant days of the year, the first day of school is now just another day of the week. I have no kids or grandchildren in school here, I no longer cover school events for … more
If I close my eyes, I can still smell the church that held the vacation Bible school I attended as a little girl. It was the first time I heard about Jesus. Memories are funny, aren’t they? I … more
Disney created a musical fantasy, titled “Frozen,” which hit the theatres in 2013. The theme song, “Let it Go,” popped into my head the other day and the words began nudging me, challenging … more
My brother and I were discussing recycling, in addition to the fact that it is already August.He suggested that people could recycle their August 2020 plans that likely were canceled or postponed due … more
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's recent resignation following allegations of inappropriate behavior with women staffers offers some interesting similarities but also contrasts with the resignation of … more
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