Despite the tremendous distractions in Missouri politics this spring, the 2018 Missouri legislative session ended with several big wins for both rural Missourians and the entire state. Lawmakers were able to overcome personal and political differences to prioritize agriculture, the state’s number one industry, in the closing days of session.
Letters to the Editor
It has only been a short time that money was needed to remodel Cuba City Hall. Why do you want it moved now? It is within walking distance to the U.S. Post Office, downtown businesses, several churches, school, senior apartments, many senior subdivisions, etc.
In recent past, the Great Plains has experienced extreme weather conditions. Most recently, we witnessed very high winds combined with dry conditions, resulting in dust clouds reminiscent of the 1930s.
I want to keep you informed about East Central College and our affirmation of accreditation process with the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). The HLC accredits degree-granting post-secondary educational institutions in the North Central region of the country, including Missouri. During the last six months, the college has been working to improve areas identified during an October 2017 campus visit from a Higher Learning Commission team.
Across most of the US, states are struggling to quell a worsening opiate epidemic. While this is happening, one problem continues to rage on in states across the country.