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“Going to church,” said my friend. “It just seems so hypocritical. I mean, the people who attend regularly aren’t any better than the rest of us. I guess I’ve always felt it’s more honest to admit that I’m not a Christian — not that I think I’m particularly evil, but I’m no saint, either. Th…

As team hosts for the Missouri State High School Basketball Championships in Springfield, we had the opportunity to spend time with the basketball players, coaches, cheerleaders and fans from Clarksville, Missouri.  These people were distinguished representatives of their community, and you …

The opinions, beliefs, and viewpoints expressed in the following editorial do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs, and viewpoints of the Bowling Green Times, official policies of the Bowling Green Times or its parent company, Lakeway Publishers, nor does it necessarily reflect the …

The opinions, beliefs, and viewpoints expressed in the following editorial do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs, and viewpoints of the Bowling Green Times, official policies of the Bowling Green Times or its parent company, Lakeway Publishers, nor does it necessarily reflect the …

If you have not already done so, pick up a copy of the July 4, 2018 edition of the Bowling Green Times or the Louisiana Press-Journal to obtain your hard copy of the Traveler Magazine.

Georgia Street is in need of repair. And it is not just the street’s surface – the water distribution, sanitary sewer, and stormwater infrastructure that is under and adjacent to Georgia Street needs critical attention as well. This is not news to anyone. It has been a long journey to line u…

Earlier this month marked my first full year at the Louisiana Press-Journal and in Pike County.

Since it’s that time of the year I feel like I can make the comparison of journalists to the Nights Watch in Game of Thrones.

I spent most of last week watching one of my closest friends get married.

The Cardinals need to rebuild. Not a full on rebuild, but a retooling.

One of the most exciting, rare and unpredictable events in all of sports will happen Tuesday.

As I prepare myself for one of my closest friend’s bachelor party at ComicCon in St. Louis this coming weekend, I began to think about time and how quick it slips through our fingers.

One thing that I haven’t had a chance to do in a while is sit down a read a book.

An inevitable growing problem in our country today is automation in the workplace.

After receiving a flu shot this week, I began to think of one of the dumbest movements that’s plaguing our society.

Phill Brooks has been a Missouri statehouse reporter since 1970, making him dean of the statehouse press corps. He is the statehouse correspondent for KMOX Radio, director of MDN and an emeritus faculty member of the Missouri School of Journalism. He has covered every governor since the late…

The establishment of an MLS franchise in St. Louis hit a brick wall recently, and it wasn’t a goalie.

During a recent meeting of the Bowling Green Lions Club, First Vice District Lion Governor Bob Noellsch presented year of service awards to four members of the Bowling Green Lions Club. Receiving awards were: Lion Bob Shaw, pictured on left, who was honored for 20 years of service; Ray Westh…

I’m worried about the future of education in Missouri and America.

All of a sudden, relentless animosity has corrupted our national society.

This weekend I spent time reflecting on the generation of my family that came before me.