Letters to the Editor
Parents and students need to follow traffic laws and be mindful of pedestrians as they drive on roads near campus and throughout Columbia.
There is a wave of spirit washing across the plains these days.
Voters must consider the candidates' platform and position on off-shore oil drilling and production.
First Ward resident finds use of Tasers to be disturbing, sad and sickening.
It is never appropriate for any government official to analogize that their position is parental in any fashion. An adult person with a disability is first and foremost a person. If they require a conservatorship or guardianship, they currently have the inability to manage their proprieties and have additional concerns and strife that the average person is fortunate enough not to have. They do not deserve being patronized.
Why are Columbia Public Schools failing the MAP? Many Columbia Public Schools failed to score ‘proficient’ on standardized tests.
Her history of advocacy for family and children's issues makes her a strong candidate for 23rd District state representative
Southern Boone County commissioner candidate explains the difference between up-zoning and down-zoning and how it is important to Boone County.
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
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.
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.
Getting hip surgery confirms the fact that Columbia is paradise after dealing with doctors, surgeons and a recovery center staffed by angels.
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.
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.
The economic, environmental and recreational benefits of new trails far outweigh the complaints raised by the project’s opposition.
The chairman of ASUM, the student lobbying organization, say ASUM did not "agitate" legislators into passing the bill to allow a student curator to vote as a George Kennedy column said.