The health and well-being of everyone in our communities is everyone’s top priority. We understand the concern and uncertainty that people may be experiencing surrounding the coronavirus, COVID-19. As educators we are committed to being responsive to everyone’s information needs as the situation evolves and is reflected in the economic viability of our community’ households and businesses.
Tobacco use kills, a well-known medical fact, and Missouri’s leaders, including Gov. Mike Parson, have talked about solutions in light of two vaping deaths, but this is an election year, when talk is cheaper than usual.
Another wonderful Richmond Annual Christmas Extravaganza and Parade has come and gone, but the memories linger.
Like what goes into making sausages and into those gentle words and actions that a football coach will impart to prepare his lambs to take the field, the public does not need to know the backstory, only whether the meat that filled the bun and team that ran out onto the turf met expectations, and Richmond’s Christmas event succeeded admirably in doing what the public has come to expect – delivering a delightful evening of fun, family entertainment.