Over the three years I’ve been writing for the Lincoln County Journal, I’ve seen most of the 632 square miles of the county.
When I was a kid growing up South Carolina, I lost count of how many times our basketballs, footballs or baseballs ended up in neighbors’ yards.
In what can best be described as “The Big Yawn,” President Joe Biden this week announced via a YouTube video that he would be seeking re-election in 2024.
Missouri House Votes to Protect School Children
If I had a penny for every time I was disappointed in our local leaders, I would have a lot of pennies.
They’ll never share a coffee, or a laugh, but for a brief moment, they intersected this week in the American consciousness for remarkably similar reasons.
In light of the recent municipal elections in the area, I took a couple of hours over Easter weekend to watch one of my favorite classic movies, “The Candidate,” starring Robert Redford.
It had been a bad day.
In the April 11 edition, the Lincoln County Journal misquoted Troy Ward I Alderman-elect Gary Leifert as saying previous boards had spent “recklessly.”
It was must see TV.
I can safely say with the utmost confidence, and without any amount of prejudice or arrogance, that absolutely NO ONE had any of the teams in this year’s NCAA Final Four Tournament field.
HB 428 & 912 - Rep. Perkins Bill Regarding Child Care Centers is Perfected
From what I’ve seen, Proposition P is a bad proposal. And when I say bad, I don’t mean ineffective, unfair, or unnecessary. When I say bad, I mean there’s a lot of things wrong with it.
Ask Rusty – About Difficulty with Social Security’s Sign-in Process
Tuesday night, Bud Selig was grinning from ear to ear.
One of the most important liberties Americans enjoy is the right to petition their government. It is a guiding principle of our nation’s Declaration of Independence that governments derive their power from the consent of the governed. Here in Missouri, the ability of citizens to appeal direc…
For lovers of orchestral music, Johann Sebastian Bach’s death on July 28, 1750 is considered the end of the Baroque period.
Rep. Perkins Supports Bills in House that Will Bring More Tax Relief to Missouri Citizens and Businesses
Between trips to Sedalia to visit in-laws and to Minnesota to see my wife and children, last weekend was the first I got to truly spend here in Lincoln County.
Can I have a day off?
Rep. Perkins Bill Regarding Foreign Ownership of Missouri Land has Passed the House (HCS 903)
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