Playing the role of “Captain Obvious,” allow us to pass along advisories from officials regarding excessive heat.
Most Americans think of Iran as an enemy of the United States, but a narrow majority still supported a diplomatic relationship in a poll conducted on the eve of the nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers.
The Missouri National Guard’s new Resiliency Center embodies its purpose.
It is this citizen’s understanding that the new telephone books have been delivered to their customers.
The good news seems to be that the unemployment is down to 5.3 percent.
We join in congratulating the two agencies that have been selected by the United Way of Central Missouri as new partners.
In his word salad published July 8 about Joseph Martin’s letter and “liberals,” while supporting Jim Dyke, Mr. Horstmann broke several “commandments of logical debate,” (Google that if you care).
Dear middle class Missouri. I have an idea for a new bill. This bill would state that any person in political office yearly salary must not exceed the average income of the people that they are representing.
If we refuse to learn from the example set by the PIIGS nations of the European Union, or even from some our own states, we are doomed to suffer the devolution of the United States.
The far left had a light bulb moment when an angry mob and a few diehard poiticians decided to blame the murder of nine black people at the Emanuel AME Church shooting on the Confederate flag at the South Carolina statehouse and called for its removal from state property because it is allegedly a symbol of hate.
News Tribune editorial
A law to reform municipal court operations throughout Missouri is a significant step, but only a step toward a greater goal.
On Thursday, Gov. Jay Nixon signed municipal court reform legislation sponsored by Sen. Eric Schmitt. Like the transfer legislation Gov. Nixon vetoed last week, Senate Bill 5 was the product of a bi-partisan, cross-regional effort to improve the lives of all Missourians.
To be best prepared for life ahead, students need to cultivate certain skills for the workplace, regardless of which line of work they enter.
News Tribune editorial
Are “payday” or “title” lenders predators, as alleged by social welfare proponents who demonstrated Wednesday outside the local office of a Missouri congressman?
Each week, I sit down and meet with all different types of health groups that visit Washington to advocate on behalf of what is important to them. I hear stories from children, teenagers, adults and the elderly about how important medical research funding is to them and their well-being.