Letters to the Editor
Robison's presence on the council will benefit the entire city.
The Sixth Ward candidate educates herself about city issues before taking a stance.
Barbara Hoppe should be re-elected to the City Council.
Their dedication in providing specific guidance, tailored for my arthritis, is the very essence of the university's "Make a Difference" program — they made a real difference in my life.
Columbia residents outside of the Sixth Ward are counting on Hoppe being re-elected.
Killing is not good for society.
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.
There is no place in Columbia quite like the Health Connection. It should be saved, even if it means higher fees.
She is the best choice for the Sixth Ward because she is also hard working and dedicated.
Hoppe has had a positive impact on her ward throughout her time as councilwoman.
The post office in Columbia, along with post offices in Jefferson City and St. Louis, offers a program for customers to recycle their mail.
Taxpayer money should go to worthy investments, like children and pre-K programs.
Missouri should follow the examples of other states and choose cleaner fuel.
SB390 and HB792 would provide equal funding for private and public school students. Currently, the former receives an Access award worth $4,600, while the latter receives $2,150, in four-year institutions.
Inconsistencies between the theater's Web site and other advertised prices should be cleared up.
The Health Connection helps its customers in ways others wouldn't be able to do. The staff there knows the customers and their individual needs, and can assist in structuring an appropriate workout. The gym also helps fulfill University Hospital's "wellness" mission.
Loans can be extended under certain conditions to avoid financial problems.
Avoiding the health care issues in this country has economic as well as health consequences. Without changes, companies aren't as competitive as they spend more and more on employees' health care coverage, and the overall economy isn't as prosperous.