We live in a day in which, for better or for worse, technology is becoming an inseparable part of everyday life.
A new report on childhood obesity may be a baby step, but it’s a step in the right direction.
Boy these guys in the Missouri Legislature really are something.
How long are we taxpayers going to accept being forced to finance irresponsibility?
A letter from a gentleman in Centertown expressed two concerns regarding the national debt: the federal government can’t go on borrowing and printing money because interest payments on the debt will become impossible to bear; and paying interest on the debt is about the same as throwing the money in the stove.
The idea of three-parent babies no longer is the stuff of science fiction.
Again I was amused that an opinion writer to the News Tribune believes that I was conjuring up beliefs regarding Ameren’s financial position.
For many years we have heard and agreed the Fulton State Hospital is in dire need of repairs and replacement.
I’ll be as forthcoming as is possible; people are starting to lose hope.
The races are on.
This diatribe is in reference to the article in Tuesday’s (Feb. 24) newspaper on page one about proposed restrictions on wood-burning stoves.
If the Cole County Commission decides to tear down the sheriff’s house and former jail, that would be criminal.
I want to thank you for the information you provided Cole County citizens on the recent peril to the old historic Cole County jail that is attached to the courthouse.
Several years ago the Cole County Commission in conjunction with other county officials recognized the need to restore and preserve various artistic and architectural elements of the Cole County Courthouse.
A proposed federal regulation has reignited fundamental political and philosophical confrontations.