Recently Harold Horstmamn, being the super conservative Republican that he is, gave a rebuttal to one of my letters.
Should public servants pay a price for cartoonish behavior?
We, the voters, have the power to stop campaign ads that stoop to personal attacks.
Check this headline link for updates on Mid-Missouri weather-related cancellations and announcements for Wednesday, March 4, 2015.
A Missouri House panel has approved a plan to cut the governor's travel budget, beef up basic aid for K-12 schools and increase money for college scholarships.
The six candidates for Jefferson City mayor squared off in their first forum Tuesday night, covering a range of issues from trash to the use of email.
Russellville Elementary School added a before- and after-school care program this semester to provide a safe place for students to release energy or do homework between parent schedules and school hours.
St. Mary’s Hospital in Jefferson City (SSM) is now one of four SSM medical facilities offering a way for emergency patients to skip the waiting room and remain at home until they can be seen.
A Jefferson City man who was taken into custody following a drug raid last August has been sentenced to five years in prison.
Unemployment up slightly
Missouri unemployment rate increased slightly in January to 5.5 percent while the state's nonfarm employment went up 14,300 jobs.
A Missouri House panel has approved a proposal to allow homeschooled students to play sports at public schools.
Taser International, the stun-gun maker emerging as a leading supplier of body cameras for police, has cultivated financial ties to police chiefs whose departments have bought the recording devices, raising a host of conflict-of-interest questions.
On Tuesday night
CAMDENTON — The Jefferson City Jays closed the first half with a 15-0 run Tuesday night and defeated the Lebanon Yellowjackets 68-37 in the semifinals of the Class 5 District 10 Tournament.
A former Missouri county sheriff pleaded guilty to stealing property that had been recovered in criminal cases.
In Class 1 sectionals
STURGEON — Tuscumbia and Glasgow split a boys-girls Class 1 sectional doubleheader Tuesday night.
The U.S. has so much crude it is running out of places to put it, and that could drive oil and gasoline prices even lower in the coming months.
A homeless man killed on Skid Row by Los Angeles police had been released last May from a federal prison after serving roughly 14 years for bank robbery, a law enforcement official said Tuesday.
Lose to Missouri Western in MIAA Tournament
ST. JOSEPH — The Lincoln Blue Tigers dropped an 80-56 decision Tuesday night to the Missouri Western Griffons in the opening round of the MIAA Postseason Tournament.
After winning American League title
SURPRISE, Ariz. — For decades, the Kansas City Royals headed to spring training full of uncertainty.