Log in
180 results total, viewing 121 - 140
To the editor: more
Dear Readers, more
We’re two weeks into our new format, and what a ride it has been. more
Hello, dear readers. Today, I pen an editorial that’s closer to a personal revelation, a digital break-up letter, if you will, but with a site that once held a cherished place in my heart: Facebook. more
I remember when Joe Tom collins and I were good buddies. We grew up together, a walking distance apart on Webster. more
Once upon a time many of our public meetings opened with prayer. more
Did you know that the prohibition of alcohol in West Plains began long before the 18th Amendment (1919) banned the making, transporting, and selling of liquor nationwide? more
What are you reading during on these hottest days of the year? more
When I was elected by my Republican colleagues to serve as Chairman of the U.S. House Ways and Means Committee, I promised the American people the committee would do something it hadn’t previously been known for: It would become known for conducting oversight. more
Dear Readers, more
Social Security is committed to reducing barriers and ensuring people who are eligible for our benefits receive them. We provide income security for the diverse populations we serve. This includes people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their families. more
It's been 39 years this week that my family pulled up roots and began a journey back to my ancestral home that would change our lives forever. more
It's been 39 years this week that my family pulled up roots and began a journey back to my ancestral home that would change our lives forever. more
Though absent from our presence more than 60 years, well I remember my Grandma Daly and her sprawling house at the corner of Talmage and Campbell Streets in Springfield. more
Have you ever wished on a shooting star? If you were one of the few settlers or Native Americans who lived in the Ozarks in 1833, you could have had thousands of wishes. In November of that year, on the night of the 13th, the Leonid meteor shower occurred. Typically a Leonid would produce up to 100 meteors per hour. more
In a tech-driven era, where every waking moment is documented, "app-reciated", and connected to that compact supercomputer we lovingly – and at times, begrudgingly – call our smartphone, the idea of returning to the austere simplicity of a "dumb" phone might seem as appealing as it is terrifying. Let's talk about the melodrama of my tech-dependency. more
For two years under one-party Democrat control of Congress and the White House, the American people were left completely in the dark about the numerous scandals and crises that have plagued President Joe Biden’s administration. But since being elected by the American people to the majority, over the last seven months, House Republicans have launched numerous investigations to hold the administration accountable and get the American people the answers they deserve. more
As regular readers might guess, I love words. I enjoy the artistry of folks as varied as William Faulkner, Cormac McCarthy and Mary Oliver who can magically string together words into sentences that touch the soul in profound ways. more
Greetings, fellow citizens of West Plains. more
“Take me out to the ball-game.” I was up until 11:45 Monday night watching the Cardinals. They won! more
« Prev | 1 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 182 days.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.