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Now is the time to check wheat fields for winter damage

LAMAR-It is too early to be overly concerned about late planted wheat that is not very far along. It is best to wait to see what plants have begun to…

Pastor’s note

By MARK TURNBOUGH Lamar United Methodist Church   One comic talked about his lack of faith, “I’m waiting for God to show me a sign, like a large Swiss bank…

Coonfoot & Vicinity

By LOUISE OTT No one has to peek out the door this Monday morning to see what the weather is like. I couldn’t even get my door open to go…

Pastor’s note

By MARK TURNBOUGH   Lamar United Methodist Church   Sunday, March 2, was a bad weather day for church. It was cold and snowy. The snow was so hard it…

For-get-me-nots

By GAIL LEAMING   I am going to show my age here today by my opinions of the education department of Missouri. Years ago, when they were building the college…

Sheldon

By DARLENE SHERIDAN Monday morning I received word from Eleanor (McGuire) Ambrose that Patty (Kabler) McGuire of Gravis Mills passed away. Her husband George McGuire and two daughters survive her.…

Bargain shoppers should eat whole foods to save money and satisfy hunger

SPRINGFIELD-Most Americans are aware that fruits and vegetables are more healthy and nutritious than junk food. But, who believes they are actually cheaper? Some Americans might think: “I know junk…

Metzger’s Mutterings

By MELODY METZGER Lamar Democrat   Not sure how it happened, but the deadline for the 2014 Progress edition has come and gone. Now don’t panic, we will take articles…

Plugging in by the power of prayer

By JACK SLADE   Cornerstone Southern Baptist Church   By the word of God scriptures make it quite clear that our prayers are important to Him. He loves for us…

Coonfoot & Vicinity

By LOUISE OTT Peeking out the door this early Monday morning it looks like frost part way between my house and the creek. The sunshine soon popped up and it…