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I have been thinking a lot about nurses in the past couple of weeks. I know the week extending from Thursday to Wednesday, May 6 to 12, is officially Nurses Week. This year, the 2021 theme was “Nurses: A Voice to Lead.” I heard a health care leader say, “This year, more than ever, we are loo…

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Think of five adjectives that describe yourself. How has that list changed over the last year? The pandemic has changed how many of us see and interact with the world, and most especially with other people.

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Proposed legislation in Missouri to shield nursing homes from most COVID-related lawsuits will enable our industry to continue providing critical skilled nursing and rehabilitation services to the tens of thousands of Missourians we serve daily without interference from unmerited legal claims.

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It is so easy to get impatient these days with wearing a mask. I get it, we all get it. But, as I reflect on the past year and the hardships we've all shared, I remind myself of all our elementary students that day in and day out bravely put on their mask so they can continue with their education.

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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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