Discussion and debate has always been a part of rural America.
Missouri voters should vote yes on Amendment 3. A yes vote is a chance to correct a mistake made two years ago, but more importantly, a yes vote is necessary to protect Missouri communities, both communities in the physical sense, but communities of interest as well.
(Satire – 2020) Prominent Democrats have joined in their condemnation of the White House, over its projected plan to alter the nation’s timekeeping just two days before the presidential election on November 3.
In response to Ellen Bowles and James Vokac letters.
Nothing in your letters were the truth!
In the October 8 issue of the Steelville Star-Crawford Mirror, page 7A, there were two short articles about risks of traffic deaths. In these articles the Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety shows that “men make up the majority of the state’s traffic fatalities often due to a lack of seatbelt use, particularly among pickup truck drivers.”
How many of your children would you be willing to have killed in order to have good economic times? I assume none. Well then, how many of your friends' children would you be willing to allow them to kill for good times? Again, I assume none.