Middletown man faces animal cruelty charges in guinea pig molestation case
A Middletown man facing charges that he sexually abused a guinea pig in a pet store parking lot last month has denied any wrongdoing and said he was only trying
Why Do Democrats Get Away With Lying About Guns?
The Fourth Estate has a responsibility to correct Democrats' wild exaggerations and untruths about guns. Yet they rarely do.
Death Notice: Lewis Johnson
Lewis Clinton Johnson, 89, of Louisiana, passed away Friday, July 12, 2019, at the Hannibal Regional Hospital in Hannibal, Mo. A memorial service will be held at a later date.
Floresville man ID'd as murder victim
San Antonio police have identified Daniel Tausch, 62, of Floresville as the victim of a murder, after his body was found July 23 in an abandoned truck on Mauermann Road in San Antonio. He had been shot. An arrest has been made in the case. Look for more on this in a coming issue of the Wilson County News. firstname.lastname@example.org
Parrottsville sewer bills controversy continues
PARROTTSVILLE—The Town of Parrottsville approved, in the first of two readings, an ordinance granting officials authority to place liens on properties with delinquent sewer bills, which is an ever-growing financial
Better than CATS playing keyboards
ALL OF US ARE PROBABLY GUILTY, AT ONE time or another, of using the internet as a way to mentally decompress after a stressful day. Some of us rely on it more than others. But as much as I love frisky felines and charismatic canines, there are only so many videos I can watch of cats playing keyboards or French bulldogs riding skateboards, with or without sunglasses. Through luck, chance, serendipity — and some fortunate web surfing— I've found some YouTube video series that are more feast than junk food for the brain and soul. They're enormously entertaining and — dare I say it — also educational at times. Some take you behind the scenes of the Metropolitan Opera or show people practicing for Broadway musicals; others share what music your favorite musicians…
Akron Beacon Journal: State tax loopholes benefitting the wealthy should be closed
This can’t be what state lawmakers intended, higher-income households in Ohio taking advantage of tax credits designed to assist poorer residents. Ye
How Alabama newspapers covered Donald Trump's victory
Here are the front pages from Alabama newspapers today after the election of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States.
TMS International announces Sedalia location
Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe, business leaders, citizens and other government officials crowded into the Economic Development Sedalia-Pettis County office Wednesday morning to hear the announcement of a new business in
Grain Angles: How does your farm compare?
Depending on cost of production yields, marketing, and other factors, one producer might be able to squeak by a profit, while their neighbor takes a loss.