A recent entry regarding the Confederate flag caught my attention.
The experience in another Missouri community has prompted us to pool some thoughts about the popularity of swimming pools in Jefferson City.
As an adoptee, I read with interest the article about Annette Driver reconnecting with a daughter she had placed for adoption 38 years ago.
I read the newspaper’s apology regarding the cremation advertisement for Millard Family Funeral Chapels, depicting a Nazi solider.
The AP announced early on Tuesday that an agreement was reached and sealed concerning Iran’s nuclear activities.
I always thought President Obama was a Republican or he sure seemed like one many times — drone wars, TPP, kissing Wall Street and the banks, etc.
Habitat for Humanity constructs homes, but it also builds family.
This letter is to comment on the proposed concrete boardwalk at the Noren access.
In light of the recent undercover video of the harvesting of infant body parts by Planned Parenthood, we must admit that the unrepentant heart of man is evil.
Missouri has gained a dubious distinction as the state where an unresolved problem has created a growing problem.
The editorial section of the News Tribune is always a popular read and rightfully so as it provides an approach to current events from the perspective of the populace and the approach to news therein is spiked with subjective opinion and emotion.
A recent article noted that the county is going to apply for federal aid to help pay for repairs to flood-damaged roads.
The July 12 letter from Larry Russell Johnson “Far Left missing the big picture” demands a response.
We applaud the community volunteers who are helping to feed area children this summer.
News Tribune editorial
When it comes to technology, is life imitating the art of science fiction? A standard theme in science fiction centers on advances — artificial intelligence, robotics, etc. — that exceed human ability to control or manage them.