Proposition 1 will establish a Community Children's Service Fund in Boone County to provide support for the emotional and mental health needs of our children.
We support Proposition 1 for children’s vital services in mental health, crisis intervention, and child abuse.
Missouri's eminent domain reform bill does not really protect landowners, as Koster touts.
Janet Thompson brings a sense of civic responsibility and professional ethics to the race for Northern District Boone County Commissioner, Columbia resident Russel Breyfogle writes.
Janet Thompson has all the right attributes to serve as the Northern District Boone County Commissioner.
The League of Women Voters wants everyone to prevent partisan judicial selections and vote no on Amendment 3.
Missouri residents fear Section 537.340 of the Missouri Revised Statutes will infringe on property and due process rights.
A common aspect of Halloween costumes are over-the-counter colored contact lenses, which can potentially cause serious eye infection, injuries and blindness.
With a stock of nuclear weapons on both sides, conflict over missile defense shields and strategic war plans with nuclear strike options, U.S.-Russian relations haven't entirely left the Cold War behind.
The candidates for Boone County Northern District Commissioner have been polite and to the point, which has allowed people to learn more about them and their plans for office, Rocheport resident Rob Fleming writes. Fleming supports Janet Thompson because he has seen her intellect and work ethic firsthand.
Janet Thompson, a candidate for Northern District Boone County Commissioner, was born and raised in Boone County, and she knows how the area is changing, Columbia resident Michael Ugarte writes. She engages with people to develop future plans and is, in short, a good person.
The United States and Russia still have thousands of ready-to-launch nuclear weapons that could hit their targets within minutes.
Adopting a family for the holidays is a great and inexpensive way to give back.
If banks get to decide who goes to college, middle- and low-income students will get left behind.
Students feel many stereotypes are perpetuated in these Clery releases, and they have been quite upset about its frequency.
There are people in Columbia now who do not even want to talk to the police, Columbia resident Delcia Crockett writes. The feeling of safety is gone for a lot of people. There are some big questions as to why the citizens are treated the way they are treated.
Public servants should not mistreat injured citizens. Instead, the city should provide refuge and remedial action for those of us who cannot accept promises of human rights and justice in Boone County.
Fred DeMarco writes that downtown Columbia can sustain economic growth without a tax-increment financing district.
This school money giveaway is terrible public policy. It shows disrespect for public education, when education is more important than ever.
Consider the consequences if such a funding loss creates shortages for you — forcing you to seek another bond increase from the voting public.