• Rural Entrepreneuring: What it Takes to Sustain

    Although 97.4 percent of Missouri is classified as rural, nearly 70 percent of the population chooses to live in or near the remaining urban areas: St. Louis, Kansas City, Springfield, and Columbia. This stat may make you think you have to live in the city to successfully launch a new small business.&....

  • Distillery Owners Share Unique Journey

    accessHealth/Clarion News sat down with Bone Hill View Distillery almost exactly one year ago. While there are new products and events, one thing that hasn’t changed is both owners’ enthusiasm. Chris Earnshaw and Jerry Brady have a desire for distilling, history, and helping inspire local ....

  • A Life Moved by Faith

    In 1964 the average cost of a new house was $13,050. The average income per year was $6,000. A new car cost about $3,500 and a gallon of gas was $0.30. The world was also changing. The Civil Rights Act was signed into law and race riots ensued in several U.S. states. That same year, the 24th Amendment....

  • Millennial Bosses: How Will They Impact Entrepreneurship?

    As time advances, so do attitudes about life and career. In the eyes of many millennials, entrepreneurship is the path that promises the best quality of life as it relates to finances and personal fulfillment (as opposed to working at the same company for decades until retirement). No longer are the d....

  • Starting a Business in God's Corner

    The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services National Institutes of Health describe mental disorders as conditions (both occasional or chronic) that affect thinking, feelings, mood, and behavior. Many culprits can lead to mental illness, including:

    • genes and family history
    • ....

  • Building Good Foundations

    In June 2019, entrepreneur Kendra Shull’s dream of running her own physical and occupational therapy clinic became real when Foundations Therapy opened its doors in Lexington, Mo. Located at 536 S. Business Highway 13 (next to Dave’s Country Mart), Foundations Therapy offers services relat....

  • Fighting the Good Fight

    B. Smith, a former 1970s groundbreaking supermodel, leveraged her celebrity to author a popular cookbook. She became a successful restauranteur and lifestyle expert. Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2013, she and her husband, Dan Gasby, broke new ground in their battle against the disease with the 201....

  • Protecting Our Girls: Trafficking on the Interstate

    It’s something you think happens in other countries. But every day, on the internet, in massage parlors, strip clubs and even truck stops, children, teens and adult women are sold into slavery. “Controllers” (another name for pimps) use them as sex slaves, and bus them from city to city....

  • Its Okay to Not be Okay

    Back in 1854, poet Henry David Thoreau wrote, “The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation.” Unfortunately, modern statistics indicate his long-ago observation still rings true today.

    The National Alliance on Mental Illness (www.nami.org) notes that in any given year, one i....

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Medical Marijuana vs. Opioids: A Look at the Pros and Cons

Missouri is the 32nd state to legalize marijuana, often referred to as cannabis, for medical use. Proponents of medical marijuana say, among many things, the drug could provide less dependence on opioids to manage pain. This article looks at both dru....

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