Letters to the Editor
Affordable health care and repairing a broken financial system should be Congress' top priorities.
The new administrations at every level could benefit from the Sim-induced creativity of our youths.
Newspapers have a lock on local information, but too many are preoccupied with the Internet to capitalize on it.
In a new year change starts with small steps, such as campaigning for the Humane Society and renovating houses rather than tearing them down.
Charging admission sends a cold, negative message that “some families” can participate and “other families” cannot.
Taser use is too important to leave up to the police.
AmerenUE should not ask ratepayers to cover a cost it deems imprudent to pay on its own.
Soda is an addictive, damaging product that should not be readily available to children in school or at home.
Child obesity in Columbia, as well as national, is a real problem, and the PedNet Coalition is creating many beneficial programs to promote healthy lifestyles for our youth.
The turkey recipe published in the Columbia Missourian provided a delicious, unforgettable recipe that will continue to be used.
President-elect Obama's abortion policies are lending to our culture of death, and it is important that Congress oppose the Freedom of Choice Act.
The latest food insecurity figures released by the Department of Agriculture reveal the desperate need for a boost in SNAP/Food Stamp benefits in Congress's next stimulus package.
The nonprofit agency, which has provided a service in mid-Missouri for 65 years, is having difficulty accommodating its growing needs.
An impeachment trial is the best way to uncover all the wrongdoing that Cheney has had a hand in.
The change of power of Missouri politics should also represent a change in the way we begin to improve access to emergency contraceptions.
Lesley Sapp, from Asian Affairs Center at MU, shares the gratitude of Asian scholars and the parting words they provide before leaving.
MU needs to focus back to its land-grant mission and stop spending money on frivolous studies.
The tangible result isn't the only measure of what an action really means, and the "obvious" isn't always the answer.
It's dangerous to excuse actions just because they're based on religous beliefs.
What is the necessity for the cover piece that was dedicated to Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel's girlfriend? For one, it was just two days after one of the biggest elections of our lifetime. And the fact that the Humane Society requires funds to stay afloat received such little coverage on your front page.