This message is primarily in response to Shirley Bernskoetter’s letter of Sept. 11, wherein she takes the JC public schools to task for deficiency in the teaching of proper grammar to their students.
The longer I live the more I see the value in being optimistic, even in the midst of difficulty. Or perhaps we should say, especially in the midst of difficulty.
Ever wonder why gas prices in the Jefferson City area all go up or down the same amount within a 24-hour period?
A plan to demolish the old Cole County jail to build a new courtroom in its place is a bad idea on so many levels.
A recent visit to the park behind the Capitol building was quite distressing.
Maintain focus. As possibilities and permutations enter the equation, we encourage Jefferson City Parks and Recreation commissioners to remember city residents requested a multipurpose building for indoor recreation.
The impulse to reduce business fees is laudable but, as always, the proverbial devil will be in the details.
Are you concerned about academic freedom?
Sadly, a drowning had to happen to prompt a much-needed review of the 2011 merger of Missouri’s Highway Patrol and Water Patrol.
Final chapter. After my education in pork processing and pork producers ended I began to see those corporate farms in a different light.
To adopt a teacher evaluation system based largely on “quantifiable student performance data” that would be used in decisions about paying or retaining personnel is ill advised.
Hunters, as you head to your favorite spot, please be aware of your surroundings. Do you see anything unusual?
I would suggest that an $8 million dollar recreation center with seven basketball courts is probably not what this city really needs.
What started out as an Osage County Pork Producer’s Association inception soon morphed into a statewide organization.
Reuse, reuse, reuse should be the key word to discuss among the Cole County commissioners about the courthouse project.