The Deadly Kurtz Saloon Brawl of 1892: From the saloons to Cleveland Street

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By Craig Davis (This is the second of a series about an incident in Kurtz in the northwestern part of Jackson County) The cast of characters...

Be a friend for someone in need

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By Matt Nicholson Auschwitz survivor Eddie Jaku said, “Tomorrow will come, but first, enjoy today.” As you enjoy today, I will share some of my recent...

Farm life: Frantic and reflective

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By Stephanie Strothmann Farm life can be hectic. Things happen at a moment’s notice when you least expect it. For example, a routine daily chore is...

The Word of God provides some clarity for us

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By Steve Greene We live in a world that is broken. There are constant reminders all around us. Humanity is plagued by sickness, disease, disappointment and...

Supreme Court ruling threatens Roe vs. Wade; Texas law puts ‘bounty’ on abortion providers

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By Kelly Hawes CNHI News Indiana Most of us don’t remember what the world was like before the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1973 decision in Roe vs....

What we really inherit from our family

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By Bud Herron Most of us have a certain reverence, even a sense of sacredness, about our family histories. Even if we admit grandpa was a...

Tribune staff remembers 9/11

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Staff Reports The Tribune staff talks about where they were on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, and their thoughts about on the terrorist attacks...

Where were you when the world stopped turning that September day?

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By Zach Spicer | The Tribune [email protected] Country music singer Alan Jackson wrote and released the song “Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)” after...

Memories of what we watched on 9/11

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By John Krull That September Tuesday morning, I drove my children to their preschool. They were young then — my daughter a toddler and my son...

COVID reveals regional inequality

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The last decade saw considerable concern over rising income inequality in the United States. Academic work by Thomas Piketty and the populist backlash that...