Reason prevails. Missouri’s constitutional right to farm does not extend to growing marijuana, Cole County Circuit Judge Dan Green ruled Tuesday.
In his more than 33 years as a Jefferson City department director, Bill Lockwood consistently has taken the high road.
The extremist pro-abortion groups (Planned Parenthood and National Organization for Women) are again spouting talking points in the attempt to discredit anyone who speaks out against the ghastly abortion industry.
Mr. Sampson regales us with his wisdom again, in the Aug. 27 op-eds.
As the owner of a local business in Jefferson City I am affected by the waste disposal for the area.
Each person on the roadways and waterways during the upcoming Labor Day weekend has a role to play in public safety.
Bill Lockwood has been a tireless dedicated public servant who improved the park system and the quality of life of residents of Jefferson City and surrounding communities.
City — Jefferson City is considering increasing the gross utilities tax to pay for replacement of equipment.
Law enforcement officers are under much scrutiny these days.
News Tribune editorial
A public safety proposal presented at Thursday’s Jefferson City Public Safety Committee meeting was derailed by discussion of other issues.
As I prepare to head back to Washington after a few uninterrupted weeks of visiting with folks throughout Missouri’s 3rd District, I find myself reflecting on the issues that were discussed and what is on your minds.
Tuesday’s meeting of the Interim Committee on the Sanctity of Life did nothing to assuage concerns about Planned Parenthood and has raised critical questions about the leadership and management of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services as well as the University of Missouri.
Have you received a notice of taxes due?
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) was created by Congress and is the crowning achievement of Wall Street Reform.
I would like to submit additional information about two subjects to go along with my letters posted on Aug. 9 and 16.