Portageville’s First Christmas Parade
(Local News ~ 12/08/18)
Even with the wintery temperatures Friday night, several Portageville residents braved the cold to watch Portageville’s first ever Christmas Parade. There were approximately 25 entrees. In addition to the parade, parade watchers and shoppers had the opportunity to participate in the Second Annual Cocoa Crawl. A good way to get warm and see what the local merchants had to offer for holiday shoppers. Eight businesses participated in the Cocoa Crawl...
Perez: Pulpit message gets in Democrats’ way
(Editorial ~ 12/08/18)
I guess I should start off with an apology. Following the midterm elections, I had decided to avoid political discussions in this Sunday column. Well, that didn’t last too long. Democrats have at long last — according to party chairman Tom Perez — determined why their political message is not resonating with American voters...
(Opinion ~ 12/08/18)
So, it was a fanatic freak, religious freak follower of Trump that committed that horrible murder and rape in the St. Louis Catholic store. Now what are the Republicans and Trump going to do about it? I think we need to build concentration, re-education camps for American Trump following evangelicals. They’re dangerous and dumb. Dumb, dumb, dumb. And dumb people are dangerous to this society.
(Obituary ~ 12/08/18)
DEXTER, Mo. — Thurman “Mike” Almond, age 76, passed away on Friday, Dec. 7, 2018, peacefully at his home in Dexter. Mike was born on May 29, 1942, in Aid, to the late Thurman Autie Almond and Mamie Juldene Long Almond.