Learning to drive is very exciting for teens, and a driver’s license is a giant step toward independence.
There was a recent article in the News Tribune telling how our Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) was going to use their 250 electronic billboards around the state to flash messages to motorists.
On Oct. 13 School Board Vice President Doug Whitehead presided over the monthly meeting and heard from 20 citizens taking the board and administration to task.
The vote must stand. Opponents of a constitutional amendment creating a right to farm have filed a legal challenge to overturn the results of the election on the grounds that voters were “deceived” and “misled.”
I am not much of a touchy feely guy, most of my emotions result from thought, not from feelings, but I am really starting to wonder when the state, news media and community will start showing some support for the law enforcement attempting to hold things together in St. Louis and Ferguson?
Our compliments to Jim Dyke and the News Tribune for the “Stella Maris” (“The Star of the Sea”) feature in the Oct. 12 Views section.
County prosecutors have enormous discretion.
World Food Day, Oct. 16, is a time to reflect on the problem of hunger and to explore solutions that people of faith and of good will are promoting so that all may eat and know God’s abundance.
Your Oct. 8 editorial although understated points out what Cole County voters have come to expect from elections.
Missouri legislators are dodging their responsibilities by pushing legislative matters off on the people generally.
What is the purpose of education?
It is sickening to have read in the paper about United States Supreme Court backing so-called homosexual marriage.
Who are the 42.5 percent who still approve of Obama’s job performance?
State officials want you to help shake things up Thursday.
White-tailed deer are among nature’s most graceful creatures.