You may have heard about how the Jefferson City Public School District is going to great lengths to make sure students have access to electronic devices and the Internet as a way of enhancing their learning.
News Tribune editorial
We applaud Gov. Jay Nixon’s veto of the “school transfer law.”
As families across the 3rd District prepare to celebrate the Fourth of July with food, fireworks and fun, we should also take the opportunity to reflect on the many rights and freedoms that we enjoy in our great nation.
A state law signed Monday represents a victory for small business, particularly restaurateurs, and for fairness.
We support relegating the Confederate flag to museum displays, as long as we recognize the action is only a step toward a larger — perhaps unobtainable — goal.
Recently a JeffTran fare increase was rejected.
The Cole County Democrats stand united against senseless violence like that at Emmanuel AME Church on June 18 where nine people were murdered while praying, simply because of the color of their skin.
My heart goes out to the families of those who were murdered in Charleston by that young, hate-filled man.
I was moved by the reaction of the shootings in Charleston as compared to the reaction of the Ferguson shooting.
Training and attentiveness prevailed Sunday when three lifeguards responded to a swimmer in distress at Ellis-Porter Pool.
What do cute cat videos that abound on social media have in common with a Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) video?
This month, we celebrate the 800th anniversary of a document that many believe inspired the Declaration of Independence, the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
The stretch run may be among the most difficult in any endeavor.
Why is it that whenever sane people in the private sector refuse to make enough risky loans the feds step in and take over?
The Constitution puts great emphasis on personal liberties and places firm limits on governmental powers that affect the rights of individuals.