Although the November election is more than two months away, a proposed change in criminal law already has triggered controversy.
Once again special interest proposals have crashed and burned courtesy of the people of Cole County.
I found the article “Faith, prayer have no bounds” interesting that the First Presbyterian Church was featured hosting a prayer service for peace and reconciliation around the world.
We disapprove of the way the Canine Cruelty Prevention Act came into being, but it appears to working.
Just when you have seen it all, heard it all, or thought you have, Ferguson has lit up the “I’ll be damned light.”
Labor Day weekend approaches amid a mix of public safety reminders for motorists.
Obama has given us another reason to compare him to Jimmy Carter.
People who use Facebook and Twitter are less likely than others to share their opinions on hot-button issues, even when they are offline, according to a surprising new survey by the Pew Research Center.
The motto this year among the 4-H and FFA kids in the livestock barns is — “We farm so you can eat.” It couldn’t be said any better.
The headline in the paper was, “New fear: What happens in Ferguson if no charges?”
Do caseload numbers impede the ability of public defenders to provide effective counsel?
A complete historical picture is helpful to future generations.
Solid waste service will be the subject of upcoming open house meetings in City Hall. Rates may be discussed.
Milton Garber’s Aug. 17 letter describes his version of history that no reasonable person could say is an objective viewpoint.
I guess the letter writer that wrote concerning how “Israel is killing its victims” might be getting his wish as it could generate additional letters.