I believe in Trump

Editor: No mater how hard I try I just cannot understand who hijacked the Democratic Party or what in the world happened to it, because what we have now is not the party I grew up believing in and supporting for 40 years. I was three years old when Franklin D. Roosevelt became President and

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Providing information

MOREL MUSHROOMS Q: My neighbor is talking about mushrooms this spring. How do I know which is safe, and how do I fix them? A: Ahh…springtime with morels. Love it. Mushroom poisoning occurs after the ingestion of mushrooms that contain poisons, usually in the context of foraging for edible mushrooms. No simple rules exist for

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Missouri celebrates 30th anniversary of Adopt-A-Highway program

The Missouri Department of Transportation’s popular litter prevention program – the Adopt-A-Highway Program – turns 30 this year. MoDOT officials noted the milestone today with a celebration in Jefferson City featuring area Adopt-A-Highway volunteers. Texas started the program in the mid-1980s as an effort to involve citizens to help clean state highways. Missouri followed suit

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Dems to meet May 2

The Cedar County Democratic Committee will meet in the courthouse in Stockton at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 2. Stephen Webber, chairman of the Missouri Democratic Party will be our guest speaker for the evening. Everyone is welcome. Darrel Martin, secretary 296-3754.

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Love note from Jeff City

My Fellow Missourians: Caution is in order as planting season is in full swing. Farmers are moving from field to field on our rural roads and highways, even in heavily populated counties and suburbs. Recently, legislation in the form of an amendment has been offered to allow machinery to be moved between the hours of

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Showdown looms over prescription drug monitoring program

Even as a Senate committee approved a proposed prescription drug monitoring program, a potential showdown on the bill’s fate was playing out behind the scenes. House Bill 90, sponsored by Rep. Holly Rehder, R-Sikeston, would create an electronic log that monitors prescription drug users through physicians and dispensers. In a hearing Thursday morning, Rehder presented

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RHHS Alumni Banquet 2017

The Rich Hill Alumni committee met on Wednesday, April 19. They continue to finalize plans for their annual banquet. Remember these dates. The banquet will be at 6:30 p.m. May 27,  at the Rich Hill Community Dome.Reservations should be made on or preferably before May 16. Randy Bell will be our Master of Ceremonies. Bart

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Hazel Dell Cemetery Report 2016

The Hazel Dell Cemetery financial report for year 2016 is respectfully submitted as follows: checking account balance Jan. 1, 2016, was $651.68. During the month of January we transferred the cemetery account over to the Community Bank. The amounts transferred were: Checking $651.68, Savings $2,085.84 and a cashed CD of $2,997.63 for a total of

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2016 Sandridge Cemetery report

Checking account at Beginning of year, Jan. 1, 2016: $1,873.74. Contributions for maintenance: Martha Dobbs and family, Tom and Margaret Gough, Kent and Bonnie Henry, Dean and Barbara Henry, Larry Stockstill, Arthur Julian family, Carol Julian, Margaret Woodruff, Jeanne Hoagland, Don and Edith Stockstill, Jeanne and Verl Leonard, Kenny and Kimball Long, Ed and Sherri

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