My son Jared will graduate in May from the University of Arkansas. And he is going to graduate debt-free.
News Tribune editorial
Careful consideration must remain at the forefront of any initiative to review Jefferson City’s charter.
We have now been in America’s new Congress for over 100 days.
Gov. Jay Nixon continues to set a deplorable example when it comes to state spending by his office.
It will have taken the average woman in the United States from Jan. 1, 2014, to April 14, 2015, to have earned what the average white man earned from Jan. 1, 2014, to Dec. 31, 2014.
I have just become aware of a strange, unbelievable proposition being talked up by several people in Cole County.
We join with supporters of Helias Catholic High School in welcoming plans for a major expansion at the school.
Thursday’s article, “LGBT Protections Divide Business Interests in Missouri,” outlined the support and opposition by various business leaders in the state for a proposed workplace non-discrimination law.
I would like to comment on the April 16 article by Daniela Sirtori, News Tribune, concerning the House Committee Hearing for HB407, (Protection of LBGT Rights in the State of Missouri).
As the weather heats up outside, so does the annual road construction season.
Are e-cigarettes an example of the “cobra effect?”
I’m writing in response to Tony Smith’s letter published April 12, “Dangers of denial on climate change.”
This is in response to a story that appeared in your publication April 16 on page A5.
Another building block has been added to our community’s response to mental health issues.
With only four weeks remaining in the legislative session, both the pace and the volume of legislation being heard is increasing.