It’s a raw, emotional, but truthful recollection, expelling any stigma regarding her circumstances. It’s Thompson Rehder’s own story, one she hopes will be a lifeline to those, like her, who have felt forgotten or left struggling in the shadows.
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Kaitlyn Schallhorn was the editor in chief of The Missouri Times from 2020-2022. She joined the newspaper in early 2019 after working as a reporter for Fox News in New York City.
Throughout her career, Kaitlyn has covered political campaigns across the U.S., including the 2016 presidential election, and humanitarian aid efforts in Africa and the Middle East.
She is a native of Missouri who studied journalism at Winthrop University in South Carolina. She is also an alumna of the National Journalism Center in Washington, D.C.
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Once upon a time, there was a little girl who had to grow up fast. It’s not your typical fairy tale story, but it’s one that is a bit more familiar than any tale featuring an omnipotent godmother.
Director Wayne Wallingford hasn’t been afraid to take risks — in part, because of his deep faith, commitment to his home and family, and unparalleled tenaciousness.
Taylor Burks, a Navy veteran running for Congress in CD 4, brought in more than $550,00 before filing Tuesday.
The Missouri Times is proud to recognize Senator Roy Blunt as our 2021 Statesman of the Year.
Thank you for allowing me to cover the Capitol and be your The Missouri Times editor for the past few years. It’s been an honor.
Onder makes St. Charles county executive race official
"Survivor concerns over privacy and confidentiality are paramount when debating seeking supportive services or criminal justice remedies."
Jamie Johansen grew up going to the State Fair every year, only missing a handful of times. It was her playground, the place where she grew in her appreciation of Missouri’s agriculture industry.
A theme has emerged among the GOP contenders: most are current or former state senators.