Ledgers leave little room for sentimentality. They record no tears. Numbers seldom lie because, in their cold-blooded way, they don't care.
The mayor and city council of Gower declared Monday, Dec. 11, Purple Heart Day in their community.
It's not quite cold enough for deep snow and frozen lakes yet, but that didn't stop over 300 children from ice skating Saturday morning.
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The Board of Governors at Missouri Western State University approved several projects that will replace vital components inside buildings on campus Thursday.
Senators from the Farm Belt continue to reflect the anxiety of their constituents over the economic impact of renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement.
President Trump's choice to have the U.S. recognize Jerusalem over Tel Aviv as the capital of Israel has brought a swift and certain condemnation in...
An ordinance that would allow local law enforcement to pull over vehicles for failure to wear a seat belt could be voted on by citizens...
A southeast Nebraska facility now can accept government payment for veterans' care.
Missouri farmers fight weather, weeds, machinery breakdowns, input costs and commodity prices. In Richard Oswald's view, they also must punch their way past the government.