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The Snoop 12.11.2014

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Have you looked at the calendar? Today is Dec. 11. Next Thursday is Dec. 18, and the next Thursday is Dec. 25. Christmas is just two weeks away. How many times have I asked – how many times have you ...

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The Snoop 12.4.2014

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What would you do if you were in charge in Ferguson, Mo.? Really now. We’ve all made small-talk statements about what should be done or how we would handle the situation if it were up to us. But, really now, ...

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The Snoop 11.25.2014

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As we anticipate the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday, consider these Thanksgiving Day facts as documented by the U.S. Census Bureau. In the fall of 1621, the Pilgrims – early settlers of Plymouth Colony, held a three-day feast to celebrate a ...

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The Snoop 11.20.2014

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The midterm elections of 2014 showed, clearly, that Americans are generally fed up with the liberal attitude and lack of respect for American principles displayed by the Obama administration. The Republican party is in a good position to reclaim the ...

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The Snoop 11.13.2014

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The Facts Behind Obamacare’s Numbers By Ed Feulner “Is the Affordable Care Act Working?” reads a recent New York Times headline. The editors then consider a series of questions, the first of which is pretty basic: “Has the percentage of ...

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The Snoop 11.7.2014

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Apparently the Halloween gremlins were out in force last Friday night, and their prey was, of all things, my camera. Back in the darkroom days there were occasional glitches caused by inadvertently exposing film or (not that I would do ...

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The Snoop 8.14.2014

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You’ve seen the results of the primary election in Douglas County, but we thought you might like to know what happened in adjoining counties. So we went “Snooping” in other newspapers and found results for some of our neighbors. In ...

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The Snoop 7.31.2014

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A St. Louis billionaire with a hostile agenda for rural Missouri schools has donated nearly $1 million dollars in his attempt to influence voters in four state legislative races in northeast, southeast and southwest Missouri. Rex Sinquefield is the billionaire. ...

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The Snoop 7.24.2014

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Several months ago Ava Mayor Eddie Maggard called to let me know of a meeting that would be held at the courthouse that morning. He thought I should be there because it was going to be about MoDOT’s long-range plan ...

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The Snoop 7.10.2014

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Obama’s so-called Affordable Care Act has been a topic of controversy from its inception, and now that it is (sort of) in place, it seems the Administration feels it must continue to release misleading information to support the ill-conceived project. ...

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