Whoville is a gleeful place with smiles, songs and joy.Its villagers celebrate Christmas down to every girl and boy.Little girl Cindy Lou (Cameron Seely), craves a unique gift.A special, selfless kind of thing, that will give her mom a lift.Up in the hills of Whoville lives the Grinch(Benedi…

ER nurse Helen Sterling (Susan Sarandon) struggles to free her grown son Andrew, a freelance videographer, who has been captured by terrorists in the Mid-East. After hitting walls with the FBI and state agencies, she discovers the “Viper Club,” a clandestine community of journalists, advocat…

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Based on the recent TV ads, I was all for Prop D which promoted a state fuel tax increase to pay for badly needed road and bridge repairs until I read the actual Proposition in the Oct 26 Kirkwood-Webster Times.

Missouri is in need of safer roads, bridges and jobs, but when are lawmakers going to represent their constituents in their district fairly? Some people think 10 cents over four years, as outlined in Proposition D, is not much money to address much-needed repairs.

Proposition 2 ensures St. Louis County parks cannot be sold or disposed of without a vote of the people, provides residents a say over major changes in park land, and does not raise taxes or fees. Laws similar to Proposition 2 are already in place in St. Louis City and several St. Louis Coun…

I was originally in favor of Prop D since we do need road work done in the state, but then I read the actual proposition and found out most of the money is not even going to roads. It reads that of the $400 million collected about two-thirds is going to Missouri State Law Enforcement. If thi…

I was surprised to see Ann Wagner's concerns about Amendment 1 in your paper (WKT Oct. 12-18). She claims that its financial support comes from "dark money" from all over the country. I've learned that Clean Missouri has more than 27,000 small donors and has reported the source of all of its…

Don Corrigan may want to do a follow up on his Nike misinformation piece (Editor's Desk, Sept. 21). A couple of things he missed. First of all, Americans have the right to choose who they want to do business with. Start with Dick's Sporting Goods chief and his new policy on guns. I am sure t…

One of the first things Jack McCarthy and I did together was watch a college football game. Just under 48 hours old, he and I watched the hapless Missouri Tigers take on Nebraska on the second Saturday in November 1996.