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“The good news for the employees is that there are many companies in Platte County hiring,” Elliott remarked. ****** Speaking of journalism, I hit the movie theater recently to catch the new Tom Hanks/Meryl Streep movie The Post.If you only like fast moving action movies, this flick isn’t for you.****** I’m not sure some of the folks in a position to do something about it realize it--or maybe they do realize it yet choose to ignore it or are scared to speak up--but there is a significant segment of R-3 patrons who believe the R-3 upper level administrative division is a modern day Peyton Place, complete with soap opera storylines and out-of-touch ego trips. As you’ll see in a story in this issue, those positions are presiding commissioner, county clerk, recorder of deeds, prosecuting attorney, county auditor, and collector of revenue. Sheila Palmer, collector, has already announced her intention to seek re-election.****** With the spring ballot set for city and school positions, it’s time to look ahead to filing time for some countywide seats up for grabs this year. Ron Schieber, presiding commissioner, had folks working near the polls at elections last year, so it seems clear he’ll be seeking a second term. It’s another hump day and you know what that means. ****** My guess is we’ve seen the last HOG rally on Platte City’s Main Street.****** HOG, for those who may not know, stands for Harley Owners Group.

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Ann Riggs, local physician, to see if she would come on our live Facebook broadcast to talk about health topics and offer advice to those suffering through what the CDC (Centers for Disease Control) has called the worst flu season in several years. The good doctor not only came on the show but she brought along the latest thing in the preventive approach: elderberry juice.

And after reading that paragraph I’m sure you’ve figured out why I enjoyed this movie so much.

****** If you see The Post, in the movie you’ll notice some Linotype machines and other elements of the old letterpress newspaper publishing process.

But if you’re into fact-based historical accounts and political thrillers, The Post will keep you engaged while helping re-educate viewers on the importance of a free and fearless press. The Post, which is directed by Steven Spielberg, follows the early '70s events leading up to the controversial publication of a classified study about the Vietnam War known as the Pentagon Papers in the Washington Post, after it was first leaked to the New York Times.

When Post political reporter Ben Bagdikian discovers that his source Daniel Ellsberg has the same leaked documents the Times reported, Bagdikian brings a copy to his editor, Ben Bradlee (Hanks).

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