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Tom Takes on Role as Another Tom: Letter from the »

Tom Takes on Role as Another Tom: Letter from the Foundation of Your Feast

Tom Anselm By Tom Anselm Greetings: You may think it a bit odd today, seeing this column space taken up by a guest writer. However, in the interest of fair play, said columnist has graciously agreed to relinquish his bi-weekly ramblings for my benefit. My appreciation is unbounded. So, here I am. The foundation of your feast soon-to-be. [...]

Lamar’s Blocked PAT Heart-Breaks Lutheran North 7-6 »

By Jim Wieners A blocked extra point and a fourth down stop late in the fourth quarter gave Lamar a 7-6 win in the Class Two Semifinal over Lutheran North at on a rain-soaked Bill Lamothe Field under a brutally cold and stiff wind. It gave Lamar their 48th consecutive win and their seventh consecutive state final. Lamar plays Friday, Nov. 24 [...]

CBC Wins Class 6 State Title »

CBC Wins Class 6 State Title

By Jim Wieners Christian Brothers College High Won the Class Six State Football Championship Nov. 18 over Blue Springs High School, 31-14 at Missouri State University’s Plaster Stadium in Springfield.It was CBC’s second state football title in school history. The Cadets defeated Kansas City-Rockhurst 31-24 on Nov. 29, 2014. Blue [...]

To All Who Served, We Stand to Honor This Veteran’s »

To All Who Served, We Stand to Honor This Veteran’s Day

Tom Anselm by Tom Anselm We come upon a date this weekend that commemorates those who have served in our armed forces. Originally called Armistice Day on Nov. 11 of 1919 to mark the end of The War to End All Wars, World War I, it became a national holiday in 1938. The day was later fixed as the 11th day of the 11th month. The purpose of [...]

Wonderstruck: Beautiful But Gives Away Twists »

Wonderstruck: Beautiful But Gives Away Twists

Fifty years apart, Rose (Millicent Simmonds) and Ben (Oakes Fegley) brave New York City alone in "Wonderstruck" by Sandra Olmsted Director Todd Haynes, well-known for his striking visual storytelling, ravishingly adapts author-illustrator-screenwriter Brian Selznick’s 2011 epic fable, the illustrated novel of the same name mostly with images [...]

World Series Over, Time For Off-Season »

World Series Over, Time For Off-Season

Randy Gardner by Randy Gardner The World Series lived up to all the hype except for game 7. I know for my last column we were on the verge of seeing the last two games of the series. I was in front of the tube waiting for an epic battle like all of the games before and then Houston jumped out to an early 3-0 lead and then it wasn’t so [...]

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