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Despite Missouri’s high rate of maternal mortality and pregnancy-related harm, progress is being made. A new report describes the efforts of stakeholders in both clinical and community settings across Missouri to improve evidence-based care and support during, after and between pregnancy to …

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The Office of Management and Budget finally withdrew their disastrous proposal that would have redefined “Metropolitan Statistical Area” to exclude cities between 50,000 and 100,000 residents. Such a drastic change would have upended decades of precedent, changed the way these small cities c…

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On June 10, Congressman Sam Graves published comments in the Courier-Tribune stating that the latest proposed tax plan will hurt family farms. What he didn’t say was that the federal inheritance tax, which Republicans have cunningly labeled the “death tax," is not something the majority of u…

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What a wonderful opportunity we had to enjoy the Kansas City Symphony Mobile Music Box performance on Saturday, June 26, in Lions Park. The hour-long, basically non-stop music performance was my teen grandson‘s first experience with the symphony and we both absolutely loved it.

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This week’s publication marks the first edition of the 175th year of the Courier-Tribune. This milestone deserves celebration not just because it honors 175 years of dedicated journalism, but also because it marks 175 years of partnership with you: our community. Without you trusting us to a…

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