With little fanfare, commendable actions were taken by both Jefferson City government and the Jefferson City Area Chamber of Commerce.
Fourth Ward Councilman Carlos Graham offered a valuable reminder to fellow council members Monday when he observed: “For me, timing is everything.”
While reading the Aug. 7 edition of the News Tribune, I saw two pictures on the front page of “Bob” powerwashing the bus stop near Memorial Park.
Area Catholic schools will welcome a new resource for students when classes begin next week.
The beginning of a new school year is a time of change, not only for students, but for motorists.
It has long been my personal opinion that legislators like to get people distracted with the subject of abortion, when they really should be talking about jobs, campaign finance reform, how to save Social Security and Medicare, illegal immigrants, how to defeat ISIS, etc.
Unlike the Roman Empire, America has its barbarians or illegals. People around the world are encouraged to look to us as their sugar daddy ....
In a letter to the editor “The Bible, court, and marriage” in the Aug. 2 edition, Mr. Sampson seems to have taken umbrage at some of the comments that I had made earlier to a piece written by Larry Russell Johnson.
I have often wondered how we in the U.S.A. have gotten to the place in our society that haggling over the cost of “baby parts” is some of the discourse that goes on, in America.
Thank you, Sen. Blunt. I am so thrilled that you are “pleased with U.S. Senate budget work.”
News Tribune editorial
We are not offended, but we do question whether a decision by Missouri sheriffs to place the motto, “In God We Trust,” on patrol vehicles is the most prudent expenditure of funds.
The Missouri Legislature may take an annual seven-month break, but the effort to put your prescription drug use into a government database continues.
Hiroshima. Nagasaki. The names of those two Japanese cities will forever be linked to the use of atomic weapons by the United States at the end of World War II.
The seat I hold in the House of Representatives does not belong to me; it belongs to more than 760,000 Missourians in 13 counties. As your liaison to the government, hearing from, and interacting, with the constituents I serve is my top priority.
Today begins Missouri’s sales tax holiday weekend that — depending on perspective — can be benefical, detrimental or convoluted.