“Hunger is here and when you take away the option of food stamps, you will have people more hungry than you can imagine.”
At the Emmanuel Seventh Day Adventist Food Pantry just south of downtown, they were lined up around the block.
Superintendent Norm Ridders says he’s concerned that the district has too many children who are going hungry, which makes it harder to study and learn.
The poor and the working poor are lining up for turkeys in greater numbers.
“This study paints a pretty ugly picture for Missouri and even the St. Louis area,”
Price of grain could also impact prices of meat and milk
Paychecks hit by cancellations