A nativity scene displayed on the lawn of the courthouse in Oregon County, Mo., has been called unconstitutional by the American Humanist Association, a secular advocacy group.
The county has displayed the nativity scene on the courthouse lawn for the past four or five years.
This week, a sweet story from a library in Oregon County, just north of the Missouri-Arkansas state line.
Rachel Reynolds Luster is the librarian at the cozy, one-room library in Myrtle, Missouri: population around 150. There’s one gas station and a small post office, but no grocery store or bank.
Upon reporting to work on day one, she realized there was going to be one major challenge: there were hardly any modern books.