Mildred Cooke suspects someone stole a tree out of her yard and warns others to keep an eye on their lawns in case more instances like hers occur.
Jefferson Junior High School's gym is in need of serious upgrades and should be a top agenda item for Columbia Public Schools.
Ronald Ross, Ohio Board of Psychology executive director, continues to avoid describing the steps the board took to investigate the complaint against Larry James.
Gov. Jay Nixon's call for the program's expansion would create 24,000 jobs for Missouri residents.
Columbia needs to move away from its current stance on city planning and move toward a more constructive agenda.
Now that Helen Anthony is gone, voters in Columbia need to pick someone who represents the interest of all residents of the city and not just big developers.
It is time to increase renewable energy goals and develop new energy efficiency programs to help us meet that commitment.
It does not matter what source is used for practical information that allows society to prosper peacefully.
Peoples' Visioning wants Columbia to raise its Renewable Energy Standard to 80 percent by 2015.
Legislators have shown a lack of concern for citizens because of partisan extremism.
Politicians need to step back and stop interfering with women's access to sexual health care.
Decisions about abortion are better left to a woman and her family, not politicians.
A woman's decision to choose adoption, end a pregnancy or raise a child must be left to her, her family and her faith, with the counsel of her doctor or health care provider.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch editorial board states the Second Injury Fund owes money to new claimants who are mostly injured veterans. That is inaccurate.
Working families shouldn't take the hit again so we can maintain expensive tax loopholes for Wall Street, drug companies, corporations that outsource jobs and the richest 2 percent of Americans.
Painkiller overdose deaths have more than quadrupled during the past 10 years in Missouri, the only state in the U.S. that has not passed legislation to enable a functioning monitoring program.
The Red Cross now is seeking assistance from individuals and businesses in Boone, Cooper and Howard counties to replace approximately $90,000 we lost when the United Way based in Columbia changed its funding model.
The state licensing bureaus for both the lawyers and the psychologists who enabled the torture are unwilling to look at these matters.
Infrequently used, a filibuster might have merit in extremely rare circumstances for the minority in our Senate, however this tool has become just about as common place as bathroom breaks.
Changing these programs would adversely affect every family in America. We should save and improve these programs.