With the end of the year nearing, I was recently reflecting over the past two years in Congress. While there were many battles placed in front of Congress, there were also several highlights that come to mind over the past couple of years.
News Tribune editorial
If you’re driving while saturated with alcohol, or anything above the legal .08 blood alcohol content, prepare for the consequences.
Withdrawal of a proposal to change the name of Lafayette Street is wise.
Legislators should have no say so in the salaries of state employees.
A XXL suspect was spotted by a police officer as the suspect violated the law by walking in the middle of a street.
When the topic of slavery arises, most of us who live in the United States have a very myopic perspective on the subject.
An announcement Tuesday about state employees speaks volumes not only about their generosity, but their character.
Steve Meystrik’s suggestion in the Dec. 7 edition that we shop Capital Mall only when absolutely necessary is a good idea.
I was returning on a flight home from San Francisco Dec. 4 and read an article in USA Today, by Nancy Armour concerning the five Rams players that entered the field of play with their hands held up.
Multipurpose building plans must avoid cross-purposes
Welfare spending in our nation is completely out of control.
How much more absurd and negative can our members of Congress become?
Just as a National Guard member is called a citizen soldier, so an enhanced museum is both a showcase of Missouri military history and an attraction for civilians.
Just a voice in support of The Rock Island Line Trail in Central Missouri.
I always look forward to reading the ‘Opinions’ page of the News Tribune.