The Sixth Ward councilwoman has the qualities and experience to navigate Columbia through tough economic times.
A Health Connection member says losing the senior-centered gym would be a step backward on the road toward a healthier America.
After the last few months of snake-laden, monkey-wild, chicken-chocked news, it seems time to review what should be a pretty straightforward lesson: Owning unconventional pets needs more justification than novelty.
Newspapers that want to attract middle-class, college-educated women in affluent families, need to do more work than just diversify into niche publications. They need to invest in hyper-local news.
If elected to City Council for the Sixth Ward, Rob Robison would support local law enforcement with more tools and funding to apprehend criminals. He is the only candidate to receive the Columbia Police Officers Association endorsement.
Robison is genuine and reasonable in his approach to leadership.
The Sixth Ward candidate has ideas to expand the business community in Columbia.
Sixth Ward candidate Rod Robison will make better decisions for small business.
Barbara Hoppe knows the system and works in citizens' interests.
The Sixth Ward candidate is dependable and always willing to help others.
Robison's presence on the council will benefit the entire city.
The Sixth Ward candidate educates herself about city issues before taking a stance.
Gov. Nixon should place Director of Public Safety John Britt on administrative leave pending a full investigation and accounting of acts of profiling under his supervision at MIAC, and should fully answer and apologize for the militia report.
The Missouri baseball team recorded its third shutout of the season Monday. The Tigers defeated Oklahoma State 1-0 and improved to 4-5 in the Big 12 Conference and 13-14 overall.
Finally, technology that is making our lives easier.
City officials have already begun to debate whether or not Columbia should try to receive power from a nuclear power plant proposed for Callaway County.
Appointees to the task force represent various stakeholders in Missouri's automotive industry. The governor hopes the task force will speed up the development of environmentally friendly vehicles.
The Columbia Public Library is asking the public to vote for this year's One Read program. The two books for consideration are "The Air We Breathe" by Andrea Barrett and "Unaccustomed Earth" by Jhumpa Lahiri. Voting ends April 17.
Ryan Ferguson, who was convicted of murder in the death of Columbia Daily Tribune sports editor Kent Heitholt in 2001, has filed a new appeal in the Western District Court of Appeals. Ferguson's counsel says the jury was chosen unfairly because of an opt-out clause that allowed potential jury members the chance to do community service instead of going to court for the jury selection process.
People have been flocking to Centralia's Robin's Nest Café, the newly-realized dream of longtime friends Robin Potter and Linda Cunningham.