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  • COLUMNS

    Health on the mind

    Every day, we are bombarded with around 3,000 different messages from a variety of media sources. These sources tell us why we need the quadruple bacon burger or what products we need to “fulfill” our lives. In a time when companies spend millions of dollars telling you what to do, ...

  • COLUMNS

    Honoring FFA week

    It may seem strange that FFA, a group whose existence is built around agriculture, celebrates its week in the dead of winter. One would tend to think that planting or harvest time would be more fitting. The truth is that this is indeed a fitting week, as each year National FFA Week is celebrated...

  • COLUMNS

    Let’s stop Sandy Hook from happening again

    On Dec. 14, 2012, Adam Lanza walked into Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., and shot and killed 26 innocent people. This was the second deadliest school shooting in U.S. history.

  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    2-20 Letter to the Editor

    Dear Editor:

  • COLUMNS

    Finding joy in volunteering

    I am pleased to serve as the Volunteer Coordinator for the Harrisonville Police Department Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS) program. In that role, I was recently asked to provide an update on our VIPS program to the City of Harrisonville Public Safety Committee.

  • COLUMNS

    There is always hope

    I had a difficult time determining the subject of this week’s column. It was narrowed down to three topics: love, lies and hope. Love, of course, is much discussed this time of year because of Valentine’s Day.

  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Letter to the Editor

    Dear Editor:

  • COLUMNS

    A golden anniversary

    The Harrisonville Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated its 50-year anniversary last week. Congratulations are in order to the chamber and the business community of Harrisonville in general.

  • COLUMNS

    What does your car say about you?

    I have a confession to make. My dad is a two-timer. It’s true. He only washes his car twice a year, whether it needs it or not.

  • COLUMNS

    A year in review

    2014 marked the second year of working together for the current members of the Cass County Commission, which consists of Luke Scavuzzo, Jimmy Odom and myself. As in 2013, the Commission continued to tackle challenges and make substantial improvements in 2014.

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