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At the end of March, President Donald Trump announced the federal guidance urging social distancing measures “will stay in place through April 30.”


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College of the Ozarks student-athletes who were scheduled to participate in spring sports found their seasons cut short or totally canceled due to COVID-19. These included men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s track and field, and men’s baseball.

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The Missouri Basketball Coaches Association recently released their 2020 Hall of Fame class to be inducted at a ceremony this coming September. One of the inductees is College of the Ozarks’ athletic director and men’s basketball head coach Steve Shepherd.

Do you think residents of Forsyth – and other cities – should be allowed to raise chickens?

In recent months, the city of Forsyth has twice rejected calls to allow residents to raise chickens in the city limits. Do you think cities and towns, like Forsyth, should allow the raising of chickens, providing there are adequate restrictions? (Typical restrictions prohibit roosters, and limit hens to no more than six.)

You voted:



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We can’t turn on our televisions without hearing about it, and we can’t walk into stores and see empty shelves without thinking about it – COVID-19, or the coronavirus, is seriously impacting our world.

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I saw a post that said since the year 2000, every professional sports franchise that is – or was – in Missouri has won a championship. The Rams in 2000, the Cardinals in 2006 and 2011, the Royals in 2015, the Blues in 2019 and now the Chiefs in 2020. 

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