by Pastor Danny Owsley, Family Worship Center, Versailles The last days and the end of the world are interesting subjects and are on a lot of people’s minds, and rightfully so with all the events that are going on. What are the last days? Well, they are the days we are in right now, they
Students in Lesley Williams first grade class at Morgan County R-II School were asked to write what they would do if they found a pot of gold. Following are what the students wrote: If I found a pot of gold, I would do many things. I would buy a Mustang. I would buy a mansion.
Students in Dana Edgar’s first grade class at Morgan County R-II School are excited for warm weather and windy days. “We know how to fly a kite!” I know how to fly a kite. First, find an open space. Make sure it is a windy day. Next, watch out for power lines. Then, hold on
Dear Editor, I was deeply saddened to hear of the passing of the “Average American” Don Smith. I first met Don and his wife when I was knocking on doors for my campaign in 2012. They had just moved to the area and had lots of questions about the community, politics, background and a host
by Mavis Chan Missouri News Network The congressional redistricting map was still not finalized, even as candidates are filing for office. A supplemental budget bill that would bring billions in federal funds to Missouri hadn’t been approved as the deadline nears. A dozen pieces of legislation were ready for debate. Instead of talking about any
by Jana Rose Schleis Missouri News Network Missouri voters would be given the option to affiliate with a political party when they register to vote under a bill considered by House lawmakers Wednesday. Bill sponsor Rep. Dan Stacy, R-Blue Springs, said this bill gives Missourians their First Amendment right to freedom of association. “Have you