The Show-Me State has long been inspiring to writers Missouri-based and otherwise. It’s only within the last few years, however, that these authors’ stories (with the exception of ever-popular Mark Twain) have come to the forefront. Here’s a small taste of what Missouri has to offer:
The two water towers of Skidmore, Mo., the new one in back, the old in front, are shown together for the last time on Friday, Oct. 17. On Saturday, Oct. 18, the city took down the old tower, which was built in 1932.