A thief or thieves entered our property on April 2 and without permission removed a flag.
A challenge for traffic engineers is maximizing productivity in work zones while minimizing inconvenience for motorists.
This reader tries to read and understand most of the headlines and articles in our paper or any paper for that matter but sometimes she reads articles that boggle her feminine mind.
Sunday through April 16 is National Volunteer Appreciation Week. Every volunteer deserves our acknowledgement, appreciation and gratitude!
As we prepare to celebrate the centennial of our state parks system, let the Boy Scouts lead the way.
I enjoyed a recent letter where the author questioned “mandatory” instant messaging of employment applications.
The end of the legislative session is mere weeks away. The party of “traditional values” is willing to force a child to incubate a fetus and then force her into a life of motherhood she never wanted and a life of poverty she cannot escape.
Half-truths are no better than a lie. The News Tribune published a March 27 Nelson Otto letter containing several half-truths.
Although strides are being made in understanding autism, the disorder remains among the mysteries of modern medicine.
We support two legislative proposals that address suicide awareness and prevention in Missouri schools, without creating yet another burden for educators.
Remember Donald Trump’s comments about NATO? I’m not a fan of Trump but there is certainly a basis for his comments.
his citizen really enjoys reading the Watercooler stories that appear in our local paper.
After the legislative spring break and a wonderful Easter holiday, the Senate resumed session this week.
As a resident and owner of a dairy farm in rural Cole County, I would like to encourage everyone to vote “yes” on Proposition A in Tuesday’s election.
The March 28 News Tribune included a guest editorial from the St. Joseph News-Press that again addressed the topic of the value of transparency and open records for our democracy.