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Fictional broadcaster Harry Doyle tells us you can tell a lot about the way the baseball season is going to go based on the season’s first at-bat.

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You’ve probably seen the videos — “COVID Karens” showing their disgust with a store’s mask requirements by throwing food items or using bigoted remarks. Although I find it silly to go into a store and complain about their policies, my recent trip tempted me to go COVID Karen over some COVID-…

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One of the things I was excited about when I moved to Missouri just over a year ago was having the chance to experience more March Madness in person.

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Last week, I had the opportunity to interview Sen. Roy Blunt for the second time in just over two months.

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As I write this, I’m on my final day of quarantine for COVID-19. I am definitely ready to get out of the house, but it hasn’t been an easy time.

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This was supposed to be one of those really fun columns to write — one that almost writes itself. After staying close to home for most of the last four months, I was looking forward to telling you all about our trip to the Kansas City area over the weekend of Feb. 19-21. Instead, I’m looking…

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Nothing against college and professional basketball, but they just don’t rate on the same level as professional baseball and professional football for me as a fan.

Craig Mueller is the owner of Imo’s Pizza franchises in Washington, Union and Pacific, as well as the Sugarfire Smokehouse in downtown Washington. He is married to Stacey Mueller, and they have one daughter, Abby.

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Anyone lucky enough to have gotten into the Daytona International Speedway Sunday certainly got the most bang for their buck.

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Despite the Kansas City Chiefs’ underwhelming performance in the Super Bowl, I’m still a huge fan of the team’s quarterback, Patrick Mahomes.

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If you’ve seen my columns the past couple months, you might have noticed my wife and I have cut way back in our traveling.

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A recent Missourian “Five Times Five” question asked residents if they had ever competed in a 5-kilometer race.

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With the 2020 fall sports season reaching its end stage, there have been a lot of interesting, unique and unusual happenings.

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I’m a fan of baseball stadiums, national parks, crude comedy and even historic bridges. But I’m not such a weirdo that I post on message boards about those things.

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Political endorsements are a time-honored tradition within newspapers which we view as part of our public service mission, even if some of our readers disagree with our choices.

Every day we post the latest COVID-19 numbers on our website and twice a week we run a story on the front page, detailing the latest virus cases, which now total more than 2,400 in Franklin County.

One of the city of Union’s longtime civic volunteers and an instrumental force in the founding of East Central College, Ray Steffens, passed recently.

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