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Stet annexation tests our ‘strong bonds’

Dear Editor, I am a resident of the Stet School District. I have attended several meetings about annexation, and I feel the only people who are getting a voice are…

Belated note of thanks to those who supported Saddle Club activities

Belated note of thanks to those who supported Saddle Club activities

With the year 2011 having come to a close, many of us are looking to the New Year, hopefully one to bring us all good health, good fortune and fun.…

Rabbit Tracks: Homeless man not only one to profit

A man was walking down the street when he was accosted by a dirty and shabby-looking homeless man who asked him for a couple of dollars for dinner. The man…

Don’t confuse CEOs with job creation

To the Editor: We love to discuss tax cuts. What amazes me is the drum beating for tax cuts primarily for the wealthy. The wealthy individuals, with their big salaries…

Rabbit Tracks: In Florida, go big or go home

I read in the News about the collision with a deer. Back in the 1960s, I was travelling on the Pennsylvania Turnpike when I hit a deer. At that time,…

With all the corruption in Raytown, why no legal action?

Dear Editor, Why is Rayville disincorporating? One word: corruption. But not just in Rayville. The Incorporated Village of Rayville is the product of an agreement between the citizens of Rayville…

Guest Opinion: Officer’s tribute inspiring, death troubling

I witnessed a very bone-chilling, saddening, and depressing moment in our state’s history. Around 30 minutes of my life that I will never get back waiting in a line for…

It’s a win-win with energy-efficiency codes

By John Hickey As the weather turns cold, we know the holidays are coming, which is good news. The bad news is that Missouri households will see their monthly heating…

Letter from Rabbit to a friend

You and I are interested in words. I have always wondered why people who speak different languages seem to excel in different fields of knowledge.  The Germans seemed to excel…

Why mention what a tax is for?

Here I am again with wonderment. The tax did pass and I, for one, have  no objection to the passing but I do wonder why this town puts a limit…