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Freeburg native Capt. Brad Wieberg, commander of Missouri National Guard’s 1139th Military Police Company, will soon be heading for Kuwait, where he and his soldiers will conduct law and order …
Ground beef prices have risen at retailers, but little of that increase is making its way back to cattle producers, particularly those in rural settings, according to Dave Luker, of Chamois, who …
Osage County Sheriff’s deputy Cpl. Greg Birch last week retired for a second time. The first time was from the U.S. Army, from a career in which he was an extremely respected leader among …
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Sports

Linn golfers’ chances dashed for repeat district title in 2020

Linn golfers were in a rebuilding year to be sure, but the Wildcats were hoping for a season on the links with a second straight district title. However, the coronavirus had other ideas as the …

Bax says spring cancellation a tough hit to take for everyone

Fatima baseball coach Brian Bax said the cancellation of the 2020 baseball season is difficult to take. “It initially brings quite a bit of sorrow to my heart,” he said. “So far …

Dobry proud of his seniors’ accomplishments over last 4 years

In the midst of the pandemic, and with the cancellation of the spring season, Fatima girls soccer coach Clint Dobry said he has plenty of reasons to be proud of the girls who were denied a chance to …
Sports

Being home is nice but Robertson ready to play baseball soon

  Will Robertson said it’s nice to be home during this time of uncertainty, but all things being equal, he’s ready for the baseball season to begin with the Toronto Blue Jays …

Angels pitcher Jacob Voss faces uncertain MLB season

Jacob Voss, of Linn, a 6-foot-9, 255-pound right-handed relief pitcher, faces the uncertainty of the current baseball season, but he feels good about how the year started, and is anxious to get back …

Linn JH VB season ends due to CV

Like other teams this spring, the Linn JH volleyball squad, midway through its inaugural season, have seen it come to a premature end. “We are in unprecedented territory right now,” said …
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Response to Thomeczek

Four decades ago, GOP President Reagan lowered taxes to fix Carter’s disastrous economy of 22% interest rates, resulting in a booming economy.  Democrat Bill Clinton, adopted “One …

Supporting Missouri Law Enforcement

How often do you wake up to a strange noise in the middle of the night? Maybe it’s the air conditioning kicking on, one of the kids going to the bathroom, or one of the countless sounds that …

Moving forward with the State Fair

Missouri has a proud agricultural history that has helped shape our state into what it is today. Agriculture is our state’s No. 1 industry, contributing more than $85 billion annually to our …