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  • COLUMNS

    Chuck-It

    A South Carolina man was arrested recently for assaulting his girlfriend with a book, an anger management book. Yes, that really happened.

  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    4-4 Letters to the Editor

    Dear Editor:

  • COLUMNS

    What are the odds?

    In the mid 1970s, an ultra competitive geek started Microsoft, a college gypsy who recycled coke bottles for cash founded Apple, and some absolute genius who believed that there is no reason not to enjoy a sweaty nether region any time of day or night created sauna pants. Can you imagine being a...

  • COLUMNS

    Support transportation plan

    How much would you pay each year to make sure you were driving on the best streets possible in Harrisonville?

  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    3-14 Letter to the Editor

    Dear Editor:

  • COLUMNS

    Strasburg mess may get messier

    There are two sides to every story, in every town.

  • COLUMNS

    Dental dilemmas

    I know all parents go through varying degrees of anguish with their kids, especially where medical and other health issues are concerned.

  • COLUMNS

    Tweetward Ho, Young Man

    The explosion of development west of the Mississippi, and the settlement of the open prairie, just a few short decades after Lewis and Clark’s famous expedition would have been incredible to witness in person. We can read the accounts that exist, check the official documents recorded at the...

  • COLUMNS

    Death penalty for Wood?

    I was shuffling through one of my many boxes of ‘stuff’ a few days ago (looking for my passport, which I successfully located) when I ran across a bevy of old writings.

  • COLUMNS

    Election policies

    We are about to enter what many around the county call the "silly season." In other words, the elections are almost upon us.

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