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Departing Sunrise principal thankful for community’s support

To the Editor: Four years ago, I was given an opportunity by Mr. Robins and the Richmond Board of Education to begin my administration career here in Richmond. I was…

Hardin-Central B.A.D.D. Council working to promote healthy lifestyles

To the Editor: We are the Hardin-Central Bulldogs Against Drugs and Drinking (B.A.D.D.) Council. We are made up of very incredibly committed 7th to 12th graders who are very active…

Program aimed at helping ex-inmates readjust

To the Editor: Some of you may know that I worked at the Ray County Jail as their faith-based chaplain for five years and have become active as a life…

Competition can entertain and get the best out of people

To the Editor: I have always said that the best way to train troops is not by coercion but by competition. Young men love to compete. When I first got…

National FFA gathering opens doors for members

To the Editor, The National FFA Organization provides leadership, personal growth and career success training through agricultural education to 540,379 members in grades seven through 12 who belong to one…

Rabbit Reacts: The key to running a good meeting is to invite one person who has all the right questions and the all right answers

By Robert Smith RHS Class of ‘57 (Editor’s note: The author reacted to a recent article entitled “Like us, local boards face ups, downs”. He also added several “Rabbit Tracks”…

Legislators avert travesty, but others wait in the wings

To the Editor: Our state legislative session ended, narrowly averting at lest one travesty to our constitution. Republicans, alleged lovers of the constitution, tried to get a measure on the…

Nixon should sign charter-school accountability bill

To the Editor: In his State of the State address last January, Governor Nixon called on the legislature to send to his desk “a comprehensive charter school accountability bill that…

Missouri wildlife lovers, speak up

To the editor: Balancing America’s demands for oil and its need for wild places was never easy, and is increasingly more difficult in this century. Since World War II our…

How I proved my claims would hold water

By Bob Smith RHS Class of 1957 My wife and I lived in Carlsbad, N.M. for three years. Our hobby was to explore in the desert for old ghost towns…