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Let’s Cook

By Linda Hoskins School will be starting all too soon, which means parents everywhere will need a quick but filling breakfast that kids actually want to eat. I am asking you readers to share your recipes and tips on getting a nutritious breakfast ready in a flash. Please send to letscook!@heraldpubs.com or mail to Mascoutah Herald,…

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Annual Education Related Awards Programs Themes

By Randy Tolliver Quartermaster / Adjutant post6660@movfw.org  / www.facebook.com/VFW Post-6660 For veterans in crisis, the Veterans Crisis Line’s new number—988 then press “1”.  You can also still call 1-800-273-8255 and press “1”. For homebound veteran’s requiring assistance, please contact Jay Parks at (573) 689-1477, Randy Tolliver at (573) 924-2382, or Scott Rosen at (573) 466-9188.…

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Missouri Recognized as Leader in Election Security (HB 1878)

Friends of the 144th Legislative District! I had a wonderful time attending the Washington County Fair this past week. So many people got out to enjoy the live stock auction. These 4H kids have worked so hard on their projects throughout the year and this was a wonderful opportunity to show case their work. Congratulations…

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Letters to the Editor:

Response to ‘Freedom of Religion’ My friend is mistaken regarding the facts. The Constitution promises freedom OF religion, not freedom FROM religion. To get to freedom from religion, you have only to go to one of the various Marxists states around the world. There you’ll find Christianity suppressed, and the suppression of anyone (religious or…

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Ozark Heritage Project Assists with Kentucky Flooding Disaster

Local not-for-profit organization Ozark Heritage Project assisted this past week with the horrific flooding and its disastrous aftermath in Eastern Kentucky.  The camouflaged Blazer boat so often seen on our local streams involved in trash removal was doing rescue and recovery work on several still-swollen streams in the coal state, including Troublesome Creek and the…

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A Nation Without Borders

A nation without borders is not a nation. But ever since President Biden took office, he and the radical Left have worked to enact the most sweeping parts of their immigration policies, putting America on track to become the only nation in the world where anyone ­can freely cross the border. The consequences of their…

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At The River Where Good Things Happen

“At the river.  Where good things happen.”  This is what a sign read that 1950’s river guide C. W. Nichols used to hang on his abode when he was absent.  It was also my response to friends who inquired about my whereabouts a few weeks back.  I had been at the river. I had been…

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Topwater Time

Most reservoir bass fishermen fish deep in the summer, trying to lure a lunker by bouncing jigs over ledges and rocks. But if you want to fish a topwater lure, there are places and ways to do it even in the heat of the summer. It’s easiest when you can concentrate your efforts toward those…

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Jana S. Miller Otwell

Jana S. Miller Otwell, 71, peacefully passed away Tuesday, August 2, 2022 with family by her side at her home. Funeral services on Monday, August 8, 2022, at the New Hope Lutheran Church in Onaga, Kansas. Interment in Fairview Cemetery, Onaga. Arrangements made by Chapel Oaks Funeral Home in Onaga. Memorial contributions may be made…

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Rose Mary Dildine

Rose Mary Dildine, 86, of Patterson, MO, passed away Monday, August 8, 2022, at Poplar Bluff Regional Medical Center. A graveside service will be held at 11:00 a.m., Thursday, August 11, 2022, at Wesley-Dixon Cemetery near Hiram, Mo. Online condolences can be made at www.rueggfuneralhomes.com

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