Columbia residents live with too much "bad and ugly," and the "good" in Columbia needs to emerge.
Missouri needs a senator who is able to work with others who do not share the same perspectives.
In Asheville, N.C., last year's GoTopless event will degrade culture, women and Columbia.
Florence Friedrichs of Pilot Grove thinks the millions of dollars spent on this year's election campaign is wasteful and leads to misinformation.
The Putting Kids First initiative on the November ballot must be passed.
The Wyatts thank family, friends and community members for the support they gave following the death of their son, Spc. Sterling Wyatt.
Timothy Trout, president of Missouri Professionals Mutual, says that eliminating the malpractice awards cap has to potential to have a detrimental impact on the state's health care.
In 2006 and 2008 voters gave the Republican Party some tough love because too many Republican politicians had strayed too far away from their own principles. Has the lesson been learned?
As a candidate for the Columbia Third Ward Republican Committeeman, John Davis urges all good and true Republicans to vote for him.
As an ordained minister of Evangelical Lutheran Church, Martin J. Rafanan believes the Missouri Constitution has been doing an excellent job of preserving religious liberties and does not need amending.
Teachers need to be sensitive to religious beliefs, but they cannot be made responsible for presenting lessons that are free from religious contradictions
John Davis, Republican candidate for Columbia's Third Ward committeeman, is willing to devote his time and energy to advancing Republican issues and candidates.
John Brunner, a Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate, cites his business background as the reason why voters should trust he will clean up America's debt and create jobs, but Brunner's history doesn't give him much credibility.
Columbia resident Rebecca Miller endorses John Davis for Republican Committeeman for the Third Ward.
The program should be more rightfully named Congress Care, a Columbia resident writes.
Torn ligaments and missed work have prompted one Columbia citizen to call out the Columbia City Council on the conditions of the sidewalks.
Voting is a unique privilege, and everyone should take advantage of it by voting at every available opportunity.
Nancy's 30-year involvement in a variety of organizations has given her the experience she needs to be our representative.