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What About This…? 5.28.2015

By Wayne William Cipriano Can’t you easily recall when the Federal tax of 18¢ was a very large part of the final cost of a gallon of gasoline? That was quite a while ago. Nowadays, 18¢ is what, 7% of ...

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What About This…? 5.21.2015

By Wayne William Cipriano It happened again. I do not know why I was surprised. The first time, a guy with a very strong Indian accent, who said his name was Bruce called us, with a deal no one in ...

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What About This…? 5.14.2015

By Wayne William Cipriano In 2007, as what will come to be known in the fullness of time as the worst presidential administration in the history of the United States of America drew to a close, it did not take ...

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Mary Sue Swadley

Mary Sue Swadley, 73 years, 1 months, and  9 days old, passed to Heaven on April 29, 2015 at her home with her family by her side. Mary was born March 20, 1942 in Bradleyville, Mo., to Albert and Goldie ...

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The Snoop 5.7.2015

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Jacob Luebbering is now home after spending two weeks in hospitals in Springfield and St. Louis, but the Ava High School sophomore is far from well. We are told he will continue to make monthly trips to St. Louis to ...

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Smith Report 5.7.2015

Managing the Purse Strings This week in Washington we worked to fund your priorities. This is the first time since 1974 that Congress has gotten such an early start on appropriating your tax dollars. This process gives us the opportunity ...

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Defendants Sentenced To Prison

During Circuit Law Day on May 5, four defendants were sentenced to the Missouri Department of Corrections, according to information released this week by the office of Prosecuting Attorney Chris Wade. Gregory A. Teague, 27, of Springfield, was sentenced to ...

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Rowland Report 5.7.2015

Greetings from your State Capitol.  Finally quit raining where I could get fertilizer spread this week on our hay fields and pasture.  Grass is sure growing.  Had the Bakersfield 8th grade class along with teachers and sponsors here this week.  ...

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