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Saturday, April 4, 2020

Running on Empty: What does it look like to ‘come together’ on guns?

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I hate writing about politics. I would much rather reminisce about a childhood long lost and wasted youth. But this, unfortunately, is where we...

Running on Empty: Summer used to be fun…What happened?

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I remember summer very differently. On the last day of school, I couldn’t wait to get off the bus and dash up our long rock...

Running on Empty: Captain Marvel controversy is ridiculous

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If you’re a fan of Marvel movies, then you’ve heard about the new movie coming out this week bearing the entertainment company’s moniker, Captain...

Running on Empty: We connect with our kids more than we think…

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My kids are growing up in the birth to dentures screen-time age. The age of the device. The age of split attention spans and...

Running on Empty: Family vacations are great … right?

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I saw a Family Circus cartoon strip one Sunday morning, one of those two-panel jobs with a before and after shot. The first panel...

Running on Empty: Baseball is more than just a game…

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Baseball has a special place in my life. My dad always loved it, and he made sure to pass that down to the rest...

Running on Empty: Goodbye, Christmas…

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Christmas decorations are a beast. After weeks of decorating for the holidays and a couple months enjoying them, it’s time to start reverting to...

Running on Empty: Yes, kids are worth it

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I saw a tweet that became mildly popular yesterday. Like most mildly popular tweets, it was divisive. Unlike most mildly popular divisive tweets, it...

Running on Empty: This business of growing up

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If you’re under the age of 40, you’ve probably made a big deal about ‘adulting’ at some point in the last few years. Maybe...

Running on Empty: What we keep from Christmas

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As a kid, Christmas was about getting my Red Ryder BB gun. Of course, that Red Ryder took many forms.

Lawrence William “Larry” Robertson, Jr.

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Lawrence William “Larry” Robertson, Jr., 72, Carthage, Mo., beloved husband, father and “papa”, passed away Wednesday morning, April 1, 2020, at his home. Larry was...
Sandra Sue Giseburt

Sandra Sue Giseburt