The addition of a new downtown bike corral leaves Columbians wondering where the rest of the $21.5 million PedNet federal grant money is going.
While those who run for office are only human, they still need to think before they speak — and start focusing on real issues.
Staying busy and staying positive — as well as simple ways to save money — can be helpful during trying financial times.
The increase in food prices, specifically rice, has resulted in some panic buying in the United States. Some countries, including Brazil, have temporarily stopped the export of rice.
It isn’t every day — or even every decade — that Columbia gets a new attraction, so when I saw in the paper that the long-awaited YouZeum would open May 1, I decided I’d better get there early.
Exercise stimulates the mind and body and makes people happy and healthy.
Propaganda is no longer just a government-sanctined tool, but not open to the citizen zealots.
Both the U.S. and Russia still have nuclear missiles despite their agreement to reverse the arms race.
Environmentalism and conservation are admirable qualities, but they shouldn’t be practiced for the sake of being cool.
The author says she misses the friendly people and warm memories she had in her old hometown before progress caught up with the place.
President Bush’s meetings with Middle East leaders is one way of trying to leave a mark at the end of his presidency.
Citizen complaints against police officers are 10 times more likely to be found valid if filed by a white resident than by a black resident.
Missourian readers contributed to the community conversation via e-mail and Web site comments after a trembler in Illinois was felt nearly 300 miles away in Boone County.
Between the faithful watchdog and a window-flogging cardinal, there’s never a dull moment on Rancho DeLirious.
Gov. Matt Blunt’s plan for Missourians to buy Energy Star appliances may actually increase our carbon footprint due to manufacturing costs.
The real point of the Olympics is athletic competition, not to make a political statement.
The America’s Promise Alliance reported recently that 1.2 million students drop out of high school annually. So what are we doing about it?
After five years, the Iraq War looks increasingly like a no-win situation.
UM System President Gary Forsee has strongly endorsed the value of diversity and walked the walk.
UM System Vice President Gordon Lamb has presented state legislature with a program that will illustrate what graduate school can do for all Missourians.