It is inspiring to hear our leaders speak about the importance of getting Americans back to work, giving all our children access to a world class education, high-paying jobs, and a brighter future for their families.
On April 16, the Cole County Commission will take a vote to either tear down the historic jail and sheriff’s house and build a new building at a cost of $1.7 million taxpayer dollars, or to renovate the existing jail and sheriff’s house to meet the needs of the court at a cost of $800,000.
Cole County’s paramedics are ahead of the curve — by about 30 years.
As an RN with SSM Hospice (St. Mary’s) for close to 10 years, I read with interest your article “Study: Hospice Saves Money.”
The Missouri House has recently passed HB1307 and HB1313 that would take the already 24-hour mandatory waiting period for a woman seeking an abortion and triple it to a 72-hour waiting period.
A proposal now being considered in the Missouri Senate invites chaos.
For the past eight years, Missouri’s prosecutors have been leaders in the effort to revise the Criminal Code.
Although the calendar rolled to March, the weather was reminiscent of January — in Minneapolis.
The Sandwich Generation is the term used to refer to parents who care for their own parents while raising their own children.
Count us among Missourians who are delighted the state’s official manual, the “Blue Book,” is returning to print.
Rep. Jay Barnes has additional welfare reform ideas.
I have enjoyed all the letters in favor of preserving the Cole County jail and sheriff’s residence.
Credit Jefferson City officials with working to avoid repetition of past budget problems.
As a follow up to my Opinion response of Feb. 27, here is another indisputable fact regarding Ameren’s profits as reported in the St Louis Post Dispatch of Feb. 22
I was flattered by Tony Smith, the word smith (there’s a pun for ya), when he included me in the Otto/Sampson/Brown clique March 2.