Although Hoppe had a personal interest in the proposed Hinkson Trail GetAbout plan, she voted based on what was best for residents, not for herself.
Health Connections success benefits the community that supports MU.
President Barack Obama asked Americans for support and patience with his economic initiatives during a speech Tuesday night.
There is no place in Columbia quite like the Health Connection. It should be saved, even if it means higher fees.
Columbia's Humane Society finished in the top spot after phase one of Zootoo.com's national search for a shelter to make over. The Humane Society still needs Columbia's help to win phase two of the contest.
All four candidates for two City Council seats are in favor of listening to the views of neighborhood associations, but how much influence should an association have on the City Council?
Common sense should dictate decisions more often.
The hospitals have agreed to tax themselves $52.5 million and use that money as the match to draw more than $90 million of federal funds to Missouri.
Declining numbers of people who claim a religion can likely be attributed to a number of factors. Fewer children seem to be attending Sunday school nowadays, and not many grow up in the family’s church of choice.
The Tiger Hotel is one of two projects under consideration for tax-increment financing in downtown Columbia.
She is the best choice for the Sixth Ward because she is also hard working and dedicated.
The Missouri House is recommending that the Missouri Scholars Academy be cut from the 2009-2010 budget. The camp is a wonderful place, but it's not the Sorbonne (I speak from experience here), and if funds are limited, that program should not be at the top of the government-dollar list.
If the status quo were a viable option, this might not be a difficult choice — but Missouri’s ever-increasing power needs must be met.
The terms and jargon of the economy are boiled down.
Hoppe has had a positive impact on her ward throughout her time as councilwoman.
Today's Question: Does the Tenth and Locust development project qualify for tax-increment financing?
Tax-increment financing freezes property taxes on undeveloped property and then invests the money back into the project. Two projects currently have applications pending review by the city.
The Missourian's article Thursday made sense of the many subplots in MU athletics.