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Articles from July 8, 2012

'60S Radicals Become Society's Elites in Andersen's New Novel; FICTION - BOOKS
Kurt Andersen's "True Believers" turns on several fanciful conceits:- A nerdy trio of James Bond-besotted adolescents, eventually joined by a putative Vietnam vet, transforms from role-playing faux assassins in early-'60s suburban Chicago into armed...
Airbus Moves into Boeing Turf; New Alabama Plant Brings Clout, U.S. Jobs
In an interconnected world where location should matter less and less, it instead seems to matter more.A case in point is Airbus' decision to build an aircraft plant in Mobile, Ala., which is a long way from its other assembly sites in France and Germany.Airbus...
Annan Says Efforts to Stop Syria Fighting Are Failing
BEIRUT - Special U.N. envoy Kofi Annan acknowledged in an interview published Saturday that the international community's efforts to find a political solution to the escalating violence in Syria have failed. Annan also said that more attention needed...
At 107, Comfort Comes Only Indoors; Another Blistering Day Holds Down Fair St. Louis Crowds; Area Death Toll Could Climb Past 3
ST. LOUIS - The temperature soared to 107 degrees here Saturday, one of the hottest - and likely the last - of the area's 10-day heat streak. The broiling weather kept many residents inside, driving down attendance at Fair St. Louis, and broke another...
At Home: Randy Miltenberger; Kirkwood Architect's Modern Home Is One with Nature
Sugar Creek Valley, a unique pocket of woods between Kirkwood and Des Peres, was once dubbed "Architects Alley" due to the large number of architects residing there and the one-of-a-kind, often modern homes nestled in its bluffs, nearly invisible in...
Baseball Roundup - Notebook
Pirates prevail against GiantsJames McDonald scattered four hits over seven innings, Mike McKenry homered and Pittsburgh edged visiting San Francisco 3-1 on Saturday. "I want to be the guy that shows other teams that we're for real, that we do have quality...
Berkman's Ready; Stanton Isn't; Notebook; Cards Infielder Prepares for Return, While Marlins Outfielder Heads for Surgery
While one 2011 National League All-Star outfielder is fixing to play next week after having had right knee surgery, a 2012 National League All-Star outfielder is headed for surgery Sunday morning to fix his right knee. The Cardinals' Lance Berkman, who...
Big Rewards, Less Job Security for College Presidents
Helicopter parents, impatient trustees, overworked professors, entitled athletics boosters and deeply partisan lawmakers with little cash to spare. It's enough to make people wonder why anyone would want the job of college president. Sure, the pay is...
Cardinals 3, Marlins 2 (Game Statistics)
Cardinals 3, Marlins 2Miami AB R H BI BB SO Avg. Reyes ss 4 0 0 0 0 0 .266 H.Ramirez 3b 4 0 0 0 0 0 .249 Ca.Lee 1b 3 0 0 0 1 0 .284 Stanton rf 1 1 1 0 0 0 .284 a-Cousins ph-cf 2 0 0 0 0 1 .195 LeBlanc p 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- c-Kearns ph 1 0 0 0 0 1 .257 Morrison...
Carpenter, Halladay off Years; Two Aces and Friends Had Locked Up in Classic Duel Last Postseason; MLB INSIDER - BASEBALL INSIDERS
It was the best-pitched postseason game in 20 years, since Minnesota's Jack Morris beat Atlanta and John Smoltz (who also didn't allow a run), 1-0, in 10 innings in the seventh and final game of the 1991 World Series. In the decisive Game 5 of the National...
Cheap Thrills; Bargain Hunters Hunger for Deals; Rummage Sales, Garage Sales and Flea Markets Prove Hot Spots for These Shoppers
It's 7 a.m., an hour before the doors open for the rummage sale, and Barb Hughes stands in line at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Des Peres.About a dozen people stand ahead of her. This crowd is the hard core of extreme of bargain hunters in St. Louis,...
Choi Takes Command; U.S. Women's Open; Ties Third-Round Record with 65; Leads by Six over Yang; GOLF
KOHLER, WIS. - Na Yeon Choi was just a kid when Se Ri Pak won the U.S. Women's Open at Blackwolf Run in 1998. Today, Choi is living proof that Pak's landmark victory 14 years ago really did have the power to inspire girls in South Korea to try to make...
Clash over Yosemite's Stone Bridges; Historic Spans Are Hailed by Preservationists, but Others Are Worried about River's Flow
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, CALIF. - Perhaps no river crossing in Yosemite Valley has been more photographed than the historic Stoneman Bridge: a single, arching span faced with rough-hewn granite that provides a dramatic foreground to Half Dome, the park's...
Competitors Benefit from J.C. Penney's Struggles; Company's Attempt to Get Rid of Sales and Promotions Has Backfired
In most of the small towns where Glik's operates, J.C. Penney is a neighbor. In some cases, the retailers are just a door or two away from one another in a strip center.That's a good thing for Glik's these days. J.C. Penney's recent stumble - after it...
Cruz Takes Charge with Molina out; despite Few Starts and Hits, Cruz Is Always Ready to Perform; His Two-Run Triple Saturday Was Game- Winner
There was a time, during the nascent days of his professional career, when it appeared as if Tony Cruz's bat would be potent enough to earn him a few promotions and maybe even get him, a 26th- round pick with uncertain potential, up and out of Class...
Dahm, John (Jack) Veith 78
Dahm, John (Jack) Veith78, of Brentwood, Missouri. Baptized into the hope of Christ's Resurrection on Tuesday, July 3, 2012. John was born October 17, 1933, to Henry Louis and Helen Barbara (Diederich) Dahm, the fourth of four children. He was fond of...
Digest
U.S. rounds out men's Olympic basketball rosterLeBron James, Kobe Bryant and three other Olympic gold medalists already were back. Add a defensive stopper, a potent scorer off the bench, and one of the NBA's most explosive athletes, and the U.S. is certain...
Family-Friendly Events
Amazing Animal Encounters - Free, fun, family-friendly environmental education programs are presented by naturalists, using snakes, parrots, birds and mammals to teach you about the amazing creatures that share our planet, and what we can do to help...
For Fans of French Film, the Classics Rule; Summer Festival Is Savvy Counterprogramming
Summer is said to belong to Hollywood, which annually takes advantage of the season to release blockbusters that emphasize action over talk. That's been true since 1975, when "Jaws" proved that chilling in a movie theater could be just as much fun as...
Framing the Debate; Originalism; A National Seance over the Constitution
The Framers created a Federal Government of limited powers, and assigned to this Court the duty of enforcing those limits. The Court does so today. But the Court does not express an opinion on the wisdom of the Affordable Care Act. Under the Constitution,...
Golf Roundup
Simpson maintains top spot at the Greenbrier ClassicU.S. Open champion Webb Simpson shot a 5-under 65 to take a two- stroke lead into the final round of the Greenbrier Classic at White Sulphur Springs, W.Va.Simpson had his second straight bogey-free...
Her Comeback Is Complete; Wimbledon; S. Williams Wins Women's Title after 10 Months of Health Issues
WIMBLEDON, ENGLAND - For Serena Williams, the low point came in early 2011, when she spent hours laying around her home, overwhelmed by a depressing series of health scares that sent her to the hospital repeatedly and kept her away from tennis for 10...
Home Q&A: Adjust Strike Plate to Make Door Close Better
TO DO THE JOB Material - Screwdriver, chisel, hammer, touch-up paint and perhaps some spackling compound and sandpaper.Time - 30 minutes Difficulty - EasyQ - I just planed some doors in my home, following the instructions in one of your recent articles....
IRS to Police Health Care Law; Stress Put on Tax Collecting Agency Takes Center Stage in Debate
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court's decision to uphold most of President Barack Obama's health care law will come home to roost for most taxpayers in about 2 years, when they'll have to start providing proof on their tax returns that they have health insurance.That...
KETC Goes National with Series on Immigration; the Three-Part 'Homeland' Is Channel 9's First Production to Air in Prime Time on PBS
When KETC (Channel 9) was brainstorming a series on the divisive issue of immigration, the station held a series of community meetings to get people's thoughts."We found that participants mentioned illegal immigrants and border issues, or what happened...
Kohn, Joseph (1917 July 5
Kohn, Joseph (1917 July 5, 2012) Standing at just 5 foot 6 inches tall, Joseph Kohn was a giant of a man and a cornerstone for his family. Joe, as those who were close to him knew him, served his country bravely. As a soldier in WWII, he was a highly...
Libya Is on Edge before Its First Free Election
TRIPOLI, LIBYA - The killing of an electoral worker and calls for a boycott on the eve of Libya's first vote since the overthrow of longtime dictator Moammar Gadhafi raised fears of election violence even as campaigning came to an end Friday for a contest...
Lohse Adds to the Heat on Steamy Day at Park; Cardinals 3, Marlins 2; Starter Burns Miami over Seven Innings as Mercury Soars in Busch Stadium
The game-time temperature of 106 degrees Saturday was the highest in Busch Stadium III's history and the highest recorded at any venue here since at least 1988. Still, after the Cardinals beat the Miami Marlins 3-2, Cardinals manager Mike Matheny thought...
Low-Risk TSA Line Makes It to Lambert
Some frequent fliers and low-risk travelers should soon find an expedited security line waiting for them at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport.The Transportation Security Administration said last week that Lambert - one of the next round of airports...
Made in St. Louis: Sierra Moses; Designer Aims to Make Women Feel Their Best
- When did you start designing? I started in fashion about 10 years ago and realized that fashion is not just about "dressing up." It's a medium that allows people to express themselves and feel their absolute best. As time progressed, fashion and art...
Managers More Hands-On Than Ever; They like to Be More Involved with Team in Pre-Game Play, Whether It's Throwing Batting Practice or Hitting Fungos
Pittsburgh Pirates manager Clint Hurdle throws to his hitters during batting practice three or four times a week, doing his best to groove 'em down the middle at room-service speed for guys simply honing their muscle memory. At that time of the day,...
Men's Final Will Have Historic Implications; Federer Has the Edge, but Murray Has All of Britain Behind Him; WIMBLEDON
WIMBLEDON, ENGLAND - Once again, Roger Federer will be playing in the Wimbledon final. For once, it will be against Andy Murray. A few hours after Federer reached his modern era-record eighth final at the All England Club, Murray advanced to his first...
Modelo Deal a Win-Win; A-B InBev Would Sacrifice U.S. Import Rights for Shot at Bigger Profits Overseas
Of all the intricate pieces of Anheuser-Busch InBev's pending buyout of Mexican brewer Grupo Modelo, none may be more complex - or more crucial to the deal - than the piece governing how Modelo beers will be sold in the U.S.As part of the $20.1 billion...
NAACP Branches in City, County Veer Back Apart; St. Louis Chapter Renews Push for Merger, as County Woos Members Who Moved
ST. LOUIS - Last summer, the St. Louis and St. Louis County NAACP branches came together for the first time to raise money.Leaders of both branches declared they were doing what city and county politicians have talked about doing for years: working together.The...
Nation Digest
U.S. Border Patrol agents fire at gunman along Rio GrandeU.S. Border Patrol agents opened fire Saturday along the Rio Grande on the Texas-Mexico border after being pelted by rocks and having a gunman point a weapon in their direction on the Mexican side...
NewGround Grows by Diversifying beyond Banks; Chesterfield Company's Health Care Division Has Helped It Add 25 Employees This Year
In the wake of the financial crisis that halted most banks' expansion, NewGround, a company that designs and builds bank branches, took some emergency steps to ensure its survival.The Chesterfield-based firm - which has in the last century designed or...
No Holidays for Heat; Our View; 'Hotter Than the 4th of July' Is Not Just a Slogan
St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay and William Siedhoff, the city's human services director, visited five homes on Monday. They belong to people on the area's special needs registry, generally meaning they are elderly and in need of more services than the...
Outgoing Chancellor Leaves a Strong Legacy at SIUE
EDWARDSVILLE - Vaughn Vandegrift turned over his keys last week to the chancellor's office at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville. Vandegrift, who joined the school in 2004, can rattle off a list of victories achieved during his tenure. There are...
Peace Talks Spawn Violent Taliban Splinter Groups
ISLAMABAD - As the United States and its allies try to negotiate a peace settlement with the Taliban before all combat troops leave Afghanistan in 2014, a new obstacle has arisen: Insurgent splinter groups opposed to the deal are emerging, complicating...
People
Bledsoe's new television show portrays 'a positive black family'Actress Tempestt Bledsoe says she's thrilled to be returning to network television on a show that portrays "a positive black family" similar to the long-running hit sitcom she was a part...
People; Entertainment
Bledsoe's new TV show portrays 'a positive black family'Actress Tempestt Bledsoe says she's thrilled to be returning to network television on a show that portrays "a positive black family" similar to the long-running hit sitcom she was a part of for...
Persistence2 (Persistence Squared); after Struggling at the Plate in May and Early June, Freese Is Back in Sync Heading to Tuesday's All- Star Game; CARDINALS INSIDER - BASEBALL INSIDERS
Thanks to the Cardinals' hyperactive and internet-savvy marketing campaign, an ever-responsive fan base and, of course, his own talent, third baseman and postseason hero David Freese last week gained 8.6 million recorded expressions of support to become...
Pour Us Another Round of Caffeine
Wikipedia says that the energizing effect of coffee was discovered by the Ethiopians. So be sure to remember them in your bedtime prayers - because you're certainly going to thank them when you're trying to wake up.Coffee isn't a drink. It's a ritual....
Prospects Have Other Team Value Who They Can Acquire in a Trade for the Big Club Also Is Important; MINOR LEAGUE INSIDER - BASEBALL INSIDERS
A common phrase often used by coaches and officials to describe the process of developing a prospect in the minors is "trying to increase his value to the organization."Left unsaid is that value may be in moving to another organization.With the July...
QuikTrip Proposal Concerns Parents; Safety Issues Are Raised over a New Store on Busy Intersection at Big Bend and Manchester
MAPLEWOOD - A proposal to move a popular QuikTrip one long block away has cause unexpected controversy in the community, pitting the School Board and some worried parents against the local Chamber of Commerce and a few hundred QuikTrip customers.QuikTrip's...
Real Parenting: 10 Items for a Kids' Craft Cupboard
As summer break sends the kids to cries of "I'm bored," many parents are searching for meaningful ways to keep children occupied. What better time to make sure your family's crafts cupboard is well stocked and up to date? Here are 10 essential arts and...
Rebuff of Dog Adoption May Ease Process for Others; St. Louis County Animal Shelter Will Review Policy Requiring Multiple Visits
OLIVETTE - Madonna Courtright wanted to get a buddy for her dog but instead got into a dispute with officials at St. Louis County's shelter here that in the end could make long-distance adoptions easier.Courtright was looking for a Shih Tzu like her...
Record Ballgame in Record Heat; Area Players Sweat out 60-Hour Marathon to Reclaim Guinness Mark, Raise $150,000 for Backstoppers
O'FALLON, MO. - About 2 p.m. Tuesday, as the temperature on the field at T.R. Hughes Ballpark sizzled at more than 100 degrees, a clutch double brought home a run for Team Liebe Lettering and cut Team Traube Tent's lead to 32-5.It was hardly a commanding...
ROLLING IN KENTUCKY; Outdoor Playground for Nature Lovers Is Also a Big Attraction for Off-Road Enthusiasts
GOLDEN POND, Ky. - Sandwiched between two of the state's many lakes, western Kentucky's aptly named Land Between the Lakes is a 170,000-acre outdoor playground for nature loversLand Between the Lakes National Recreation Area is federally managed and...
'Savage Continent' Shows That All Wasn't Rosy after World War II; NONFICTION - BOOKS
Older Americans recall the victorious end of World War II as a time of joy, symbolized by the famous photo of a sailor in New York's Times Square sweeping a nurse off her feet with a kiss. In the words of British writer Keith Lowe, many in the West "look...
'Savages' Director Stone Is Still Fighting the Wars; Movie Focuses on the Fight over Drugs but Reflects the Violence in the War in Afghanistan
Don't tell Oliver Stone that he's coasting into the California sunset. At 65, the director of the new narco thriller "Savages" still has a fire in his belly.The privileged son of a stockbroker, Stone left Yale University to volunteer for combat in Vietnam,...
Shelden, Henie Pero 87
Shelden, Henie Pero 87, of Concord Village, MO passed away on July 2, 2012. Henie donated her body to St. Louis University Medical School. The Medical School holds a memorial service every fall to honor the donors and it was Henie's wishes that we not...
Solar, Wind Energy Are Called Missed Opportunity for Cuba
RAMON GORDO, CUBA - The sleepy country setting that farmer Juan Alonso calls home hasn't changed much since he was born 74 years ago, with the two rustic wooden houses nestled among palm trees against a backdrop of green hills and clear skies. Incongruously...
Sound Off
Sorry, JohnnySounds like Johnny Cueto and company in Cincinnati are at it again. Maybe the All-Star selection will have to go the way too many other things seem to be heading: let a committee of trial attorneys decide. Cueto must be dreaming of 1957,...
State Aid to Boost Projects in Grafton; Grants Set for Asian Carp Plant, Flood Buyouts and Dredging Ferry Channel [Corrected 07/16/ 12]
GRAFTON - City officials have learned they will receive state grants to help with projects that have been high on their priority list for several years.The city will get a $1.9 million state grant to help develop a planned Asian carp processing plant.In...
Staying At: Barkley Lodge at Lake Barkley State Resort Park; Rooms with a View, with Plenty of Activities and Food Options
Where - 3500 State Park Road, Cadiz, Ky.More info - 1-800-325-1708, 1-270-924-1131 or visit parks.ky.gov/ parks/resortparks/lake-barkleyThe setup - The recently renovated Barkley Lodge sits on 3,700 acres and provides a gorgeous view of Lake Barkley...
Steelman Is 'Fearless' on Political Path; despite Her Tendency to Buck GOP, She Has Garnered a Slew of Republican Endorsements for Primary; ELECTIONS 2012; U.S. Senate
JEFFERSON CITY - Sarah Steelman's phone buzzes. She looks at it, sees her son's telephone number and smiles."I used to look forward to his phone calls," she jokes.Gone are the days when Steelman would wait for an update on how things were going at college...
Stewart Gets Late Lead and Wins at Daytona; before Race Allmendinger Is Suspended for Failed Drug Test
DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. - Tony Stewart charged past Daytona 500 winner Matt Kenseth on the final lap Saturday night, then held on to win as his challengers stacked up in a melee at Daytona International Speedway. Kenseth and Roush Fenway Racing teammate...
Stewart Gets Late Lead and Wins at Daytona; He Wins after Dropping to 42nd Spot; Allmendinger Suspended
DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. - There was no fire or rain. Still, another frantic finish at Daytona International Speedway. Tony Stewart emerged the winner, charging past Daytona 500 winner Matt Kenseth on the last lap and holding on as the challengers stacked...
Tame the Dark Money; Our View; an Overdue Effort to Shed Light on Who's Buying America
There is little doubt that plutocrats are trying to buy the November elections. Not just control of the White House, but control of the U.S. House and Senate, too.Freed from campaign finance limitations by five pliant Supreme Court justices, wealthy...
Teens Say That Younger Kids Gain a Lot from Being Onstage
Two members of Team Stages, the teen troupe sponsored by Stages St. Louis, aren't much older than the actors who will play the Von Trapp children in its production of "The Sound of Music."But Savannah Light, 17, and Kyle Twomey, 18, are already in a...
TOP TEN; Performances in St. Louis Sports History; ST. LOUIS; TOP TEN
Beauty is in the mind of the beholder, be it swimsuit models or sports performances. A lot of superlatives have been attached to Game 6 of last year's World Series, and you are hearing a lot of them to compliment the All-Star election of David Freese....
Trail of the Week Special; Poison Ivy
Poison ivy remains an enduring gremlin for people who play outdoors. Touch the plant and you'll likely get a rash that itches for weeks. The plant is coated with an oil that causes an allergic reaction in humans. Other species don't have a problem. While...
Two Recent Broadway Hits Are Coming to Studio Theatre
Two big, recent New York hits - "Venus in Fur" by David Ives and "4000 Miles" by Amy Herzog - will play next season in the Studio Theatre series at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis.Steven Woolf, the Rep's artistic director, previously announced that...
UFO Sightings Were a Nationwide Rage in 1947; A Look Back; Noiseless 'Flying Disc' Was First Reported Locally by Two Men at a July 4 Picnic near Creve Coeur Lake
ST. LOUIS COUNTY - Nova Hart and his father-in-law, J.H. Jackson, saw the mysterious thing soaring noiselessly over their July 4th picnic near Creve Coeur Lake, in what is now Maryland Heights. Hart said it was silver-gray and round."Our wives saw it...
Unrelenting Heat Wave Bakes Half of Nation; Toll Reaches 30
PHILADELPHIA - Americans dipped into the water, went to the movies and rode the subway just to be in air conditioning Saturday for relief from unrelenting heat that has killed 30 people across half the country.The heat sent thermometers over 100 degrees...
U.S. Delivers 'Powerful Commitment' to Afghanistan as Withdrawal Looms
KABUL, AFGHANISTAN - The U.S. designation Saturday of Afghanistan as its newest "major non-NATO ally" amounts to a political statement of support for the country's long-term stability and solidifies close defense cooperation after American combat troops...
'Virgin Cure' Set in Grim 19th-Century New York; FICTION - BOOKS
In 1871, in a squalid tenement on Chrystie Street, Moth Fenwick lives with her mother, a fortune teller whose affections Moth craves and never receives.It's not that they're barely making ends meet; they barely have any ends to begin with. And so Moth's...
WASHINGTON AVENUE - Upswing Has Downside; Success; 160 Restaurants, Shops Opened Downtown from 2000 to 2010; Problems; Noise, Fights, Loitering, Crime Are Rising, with No Clear Solutions
ST. LOUIS - Patrons enjoy drinks and casual conversation beneath patio umbrellas outside the many bars along Washington Avenue's entertainment district, while cars steadily pass through the downtown street and surrounding roads. On the sidewalks, people...
Weak Jobs Numbers Fodder for Candidates; 'This Kick in the Gut Has Got to End,' Says Romney, Who Says Another Obama Term Would Deepen Crisis
PITTSBURGH - Disappointing job growth jolted the presidential campaign four months before Election Day, and the candidates quickly put their vastly different views on display, underscoring the economy as the central issue between President Barack Obama...
Weak Jobs Report Leaves Nation Struggling; Six Takes on the Economy
U.S. employers added only 80,000 jobs in June, a third straight month of weak hiring that shows the economy is still struggling three years after the recession ended. The unemployment rate was unchanged at 8.2 percent, the Labor Department said Friday....
Webster Suspends Student-Community Orchestra; Officials Will Take a Year to Study How - or Whether - to Reorganize the Ensemble [Corrected 07/16/12]
Webster University will suspend the operations of the Webster Symphony Orchestra, its student-community ensemble, for the 2012-13 school year. The decision has drawn the ire of people including the orchestra's founder, donors and alumni.Founded in 1967...
What's Up - Heads Up
WHAT'S UP FROM EVENTS.STLTODAY.COM07.12 Safe Baby Sitter class - The Rock Community Fire Protection District will hold a day-and-a-half Safe Baby Sitter class for those 11 years old and up from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday and from 9 a.m. to noon Friday...
When Men Say, 'I Love You,' They Say It with Insults; Lifelong Friends - and Their Wives - Help the Sherpa Prove a Point
Country music legend Guy Clark once wrote: "Old friends, they shine like diamonds."I'm not sure anyone would describe these five scoundrels as diamonds, but being friends for 70 years has to count for something.Dan McClure, Jim McElroy, Joe Cammarata,...
Wiggins Takes over Top Spot; Becomes First British Rider in 12 Years to Lead Tour; Froome Captures Seventh Stage
LA PLANCHE DES BELLES FILLES, FRANCE - Bradley Wiggins gave Britain its first Tour de France leader in 12 years on Saturday, wresting the yellow jersey from Fabian Cancellara after being helped by a powerful escort in the race's mountain debut. In the...
World Digest
Greece to back private investmentGreece's three-party coalition government will try to get the economy out of its deep recession by encouraging private investment and making privatization its "highest priority," Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras said...
Young Actors Work to Turn into a Stage Family; 'Von Trapp Boot Camp' Preps Kids for 'The Sound of Music.'
The actors, seated in a row of chairs in front of the piano, kept their eyes on the music director as she explained the way to handle a difficult passage. "Breathe here," she said, striking a key, "and not here," striking another.Some of the actors,...
Your Views - Letters from Our Readers; Opinion
Barry County children are at mercy of indifferent public officialsRegarding "Fearlessly flouting law" (July 1), an article describing child care code violations in Barry County: The apathetic position of Barry County Prosecutor Ronnie Cox vis-a-vis the...
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