April 3, 2020

If things are to occur, they must happen sometime.  

But it is a hauntingly strange coincidence that the World Economic Forum (WEF) hosted a global pandemic simulation in New York with high ranking American and Chinese government officials just one month prior...

March 24, 2020

At its March 23rd Meeting, the Wildwood City Council voted to institute an Emergency Resolution allowing the City Administrator and Mayor to take necessary measures for the health and safety of residents and wellbeing of businesses.

Underscoring the need for extrao...

March 24, 2020

According to a missive sent today by Tim Weber,  publisher of West Newsmagazine and Mid Rivers Newsmagazine , the Network will not be publishing an April 8, 2020 print addition. 

The letter read in part:

"Due to the "Stay at Home" and Social Distancing guidelin...

The 2020 campaign cycle for local offices is well underway, and so far, when compared to our recent past, discourse on social media has been fairly tame. Good for all of us! 

This is not to say we haven't called each other out and spun stories to our side's advantage, b...

March 5, 2020

YOU, like I, perhaps have read the ongoing tete-a-tete revealing itself in the pages of Facebook.  Like many posts, the Wildwood skirmishes may also be duplicated on Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and even perhaps VK in Europe and even on Sina Weibo in China.

For those no...

March 4, 2020

Elections are about the debate of ideas.  It is sometimes uncomfortable, and it may be hard and a candidate or their supporter may be feel ganged up on by those who disagree with their platform. 

It appears that that candidate Stephen's has felt enough of that heat and...

February 27, 2020

Earlier this month Wildwood Mayor Jim Bowlin sent a request to legislators in Missouri's State Capitol asking that measures be taken to protect residents private information.  

Many citizens do not know that email addresses and even the content of communication of...

February 16, 2020

A May 2, 2018 email from Councilman Niles Stephens to the Wildwood Public Safety Board shows that Stephens, a candidate for Mayor, wants to transfer Wildwood money to other communities where he thinks it is needed more. 

Although Stephens "did not know what that lo...

February 12, 2020

Many people do not know that Missouri's Sunshine law makes communication between residents and city staff and elected officials  public information.  

Moreover, lists of email addresses maintained by municipalities are also considered public and...

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