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This month brought dire news from the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics. From 2008 to 2018, newsroom employment in newspapers, radio, broadcast television and cable declined by 25 percent.

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U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., deserves our thanks for making mental health a priority in this country’s health care conversations, and for advocating for a mechanism that is working.

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This week the world celebrates the 50th anniversary of one of mankind’s greatest accomplishments, the Apollo 11 mission to the moon.

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Last week the city unveiled a new vision for Guerrier Hill in Jackson Park, designed to bring a positive focus back to an area of the park after years of neglect and misuse.

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The hardest thing I’ve ever had to do as a journalist was report the plane crash on Sunday, July 16, that claimed the life of Atchison resident Bethany Root.

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If you told eighth-grade Zach that he’d be signed up to run a half marathon in 2017, he’d laugh right in your face. And yet, here he is, however many years later, earnestly preparing for a 13.1-mile race.

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I’ve lived the last year of my life convinced that I was maliciously lied to by a stranger who I met on a trail in the river bluffs last New Year’s Day. Some of you might remember that story: It was almost dark on New Year’s Day 2016 when I convinced myself I was lost on some rogue trail in …

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Sometimes things that my common sense should tell me are coincidences seem more like a quick trip through The Twilight Zone. Lately these mini-trips have involved replacement of the Kansas statues in the Statuary Hall in Washington, DC. For years, both the Kansas statues were Atchison residents.

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There’s a hall in Washington, D.C., where each of the United States has two statues honoring its heritage. For decades, both the Kansas statues were Atchison residents who were prominent in the history of the state and nation.

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In an unusual frenzy of cutting down on the stacks of paper I’ve accumulated since first joining the staff of Atchison Daily Globe in 1960, I once ran across some gems with which I could not part.

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My Grinchness is in full swing again, and I’m to the place where if I hear “Yes, Virginia” or “It’s a Great Life” one more time, I’ll go into spit-up mode.

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When does parenting get easier? Just when I exhale and stop worrying about one child, another one is waiting in the wings to surprise me with something.

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Depending on whom you talk to in my family, any one of them would say I like our house in order at all times. I can get a bit obsessed with this. I don’t like clutter, which I define as anything left out that is currently not being used.

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There are several remote controls in our house. We even have the kind that is supposed to be “universal,” so essentially we would only need one. That isn’t the case. They all seem to only have one function no matter how we program them.

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I had to psych myself up to get back in the car this summer for another road trip. It goes without saying that children in a car for any extended period of time results in crankiness, hunger and boredom. Ever since the size of my family grew, we began to drive everywhere. After we had our fi…

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Gathering around the dinner table to share a meal and conversation with my family is one my favorite things we do together. With children ranging in age from 8 years old to 20 years old, the range of topics is wide and sometimes changes quickly.

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Eighty years ago, Amelia Earhart came to town, and to many area people it was a very big deal. I will even venture to say some residents might even remember the day they saw Amelia Earhart in person.

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Sometimes things that my common sense should tell me are coincidences seem more like a quick trip through The Twilight Zone. Lately these mini-trips have involved replacement of the Kansas statues in the Statuary Hall in Washington, DC. For years, both the Kansas statues were Atchison residents.

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There’s a hall in Washington, D.C., where each of the United States has two statues honoring its heritage. For decades, both the Kansas statues were Atchison residents who were prominent in the history of the state and nation.

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In an unusual frenzy of cutting down on the stacks of paper I’ve accumulated since first joining the staff of Atchison Daily Globe in 1960, I once ran across some gems with which I could not part.

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My Grinchness is in full swing again, and I’m to the place where if I hear “Yes, Virginia” or “It’s a Great Life” one more time, I’ll go into spit-up mode.