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Rookie quarterbacks struggling through 1st 2 weeks
The rookie class of quarterbacks that entered the season full of fanfare is finding the adjustment to the NFL is not very easy. Top …
Americans champs at ping-pong table, not so much Ryder Cup
SHEBOYGAN, Wis. (AP) — Bryson DeChambeau was so excited about making the last Ryder Cup team that he went out and bought a new …
Sun, Aces get to rest, watch early WNBA postseason matchups
Jonquel Jones and the Connecticut Sun have dominated opponents this season, winning their last 14 games en route to the best record in …
Bassitt to start for A's, 5 weeks after being hit in head
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Athletics right-hander Chris Bassitt is set to return to the mound, just over five weeks after being …
Rays' Cash apologizes after Kiermaier takes, keeps data card
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Tampa Bay manager Kevin Cash apologized to Blue Jays management a day after Rays veteran Kevin Kiermaier …
Cards win 10th in row, beat Brewers to extend wild-card lead
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Cardinals closer Giovanny Gallegos fanned pinch-hitter Pablo Reyes for the final out and St. Louis won its 10th …
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Golf Tournament for CASA
The West Plains Country Club Ladies Golf Assoc. will host the second annual 4-Lady Scramble Golf Tournament Aug. 11 to benefit the …
Golf tournament for CASA
Kevin Gleghorn of Edward Jones in West Plains is a Hole Sponsor for the 2nd Annual West Plains Country Club 4-Lady Scramble Golf …
Barnard signs letter of intent
HAIDAN BARNARD has signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Arkansas Tech University and join the baseball team. ATU is a top-tier …
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The 9-year-old twins didn’t flinch as each received test doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine -- and then a sparkly bandage to cover the spot. “Sparkles make everything better,” declared …
The top editor at the Journal of the American Medical Association has been sidelined amid outcry from Black physicians over a tweet and podcast on structural racism. “No physician is racist, so …
Stocks rose in early trading on Wall Street Friday with technology companies and banks leading the way higher. The broad gains, if they hold, could help the major indexes avoid a second weekly …
Nearly 500 philanthropy leaders, mostly from foundations, signed a letter Friday calling on grant makers to increase their support of nonprofits that benefit Asian people and put efforts to combat …
LONDRES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--mars 26, 2021-- Un an après que le rideau est tombé sur les théâtres londoniens, Curve, la fintech qui regroupe vos cartes de crédit en une seule carte intelligente …
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Sen. Hawley’s ‘Love America’

I laughed in disbelief at the audacity of Senator Josh Hawley's column in  last Wednesday's paper.I'm not inclined to take advice on Patriotism from a man who actively sought to upend  the …

Medicaid expansion: Give the people what they voted for

To the editor: Medicaid expansion is a problem solver. When people without access to healthcare get sick they usually put off going to a doctor. They don’t get the benefit of preventive care …

Thanks for doing your part to keep community healthy

To the editor: I'm writing to thank all the people who got vaccinated and diligently wore masks to help stop the spread of the COVID-9 virus. It's been a long road and none of us enjoyed those …

Don’t tax death

Benjamin Franklin wrote in 1789 that “nothing in this world can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” While both remain certain 232 years later, nothing requires them to be …
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Lawmakers are trying to silence Missourians

To the editor: Missourians exercised their right to petition the government many times in the past few years. They worked hard to get enough signatures to put measures on the ballot that would …
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