There’s a lot to be mad about regarding our government. Past political greats and business leaders were also angry — for good reason.
Amy Bremer is an accomplished professional chemical engineer, with both Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees with honors, a solid homeowner and tax payer and a rising community leader.
Columbia resident voices concerns of Taser use by police both for the public
Obesity may be an issue in society but government organizations go too far in regulation.
The quality of parenting matters more than the amount of time one spends with her children.
Presidential candidate Barack Obama is on a tour of South Asia, the Middle East and Europe. Generally, he has been well-received abroad, though the trip is partially to influence Jewish voters in the United States.
The similarities may not be obvious, but take away the familiar English sites, and the cities have a lot in common.
Veterans are admitted into VA hospitals by priorities including the percents of service-connected disabilities, income and receipt of a purple heart.
PedNet director Ian Thomas has said the extension is inexpensive and could raise property values around it. Others say the extension is a move to spend federal money quickly.
The story from the judge's table is different than the story covered by the reporter.
Mary Still, candidate for the 25th District, is a mentor, teacher and friend.
He says his candidacy is not about building a long career, but making a difference.
As gas hits record highs, speculators are getting richer. Some who have committed financial misdoings are still praised for making a few people rich. It seems money counts for more than people want to think.
Getting hip surgery confirms the fact that Columbia is paradise after dealing with doctors, surgeons and a recovery center staffed by angels.
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Residents shouldn't be upset that trails will be built near their homes.
Panhandlers don’t deserve my money I work hard for. Keep these people off the streets, Columbia Police Department. They are a menace to society.
Tasers make the job of being a police officer a little less hazardous.
On behalf of the city of Columbia, and the Columbia Police Department, we wish to publicly apologize to the Harris family, and to the customers of their business who were present on the evening of July 16 and affected by our activity.
Closed-minded persons are restricting the freedoms of others by not looking beyond their own religion.