The attack on public education in Missouri is a comment on the importance of education for the future. At this time there are 33 bills in the Missouri House at various levels in the process to become law.
Letters to the Editor
Casey’s pizza girls are working for minimum wage. People at Country Mart are working.
A few words to Richard Trumka, president of the AFL-CIO. In a nutshell, sir, I think either you are doing a poor job of looking out for your members or you were snookered.
I read the article regarding the statue of Mr. Recklein being placed at the entrance of the Cuba Library that he donated to the community. While it was spitting snow, with slippery roads, I headed up to take a peek at it, just to see if I would recognize the man I knew so many years ago.
Our country is in such turmoil today. It breaks my heart to see such division between family members, friends, in our communities, and even in our churches. I see rudeness, hatred, lies, fear and prejudice all around me. Much of it is on social media, namely Facebook, but also in this newspaper.