You may want to postpone packing the basket for a picnic on Adrian’s Island.
With lawmakers returning today from spring break, perhaps a recalcitrant spring will return as well.
Spring temperatures invite us outdoors — to walk, ride bicycles and work in our yards. Those activities also bring encounters with unfamiliar dogs.
As much as we would prefer to revel in blissful 70-degree temperatures, we all are acutely aware spring in Missouri is synonymous with severe storms.
Budgets projections, by definition, are inexact, which is why budget craftsmen must be objective and realistic. When President Barack Obama unveiled his proposed budget earlier this year, we criticized him for failed leadership in addressing the burgeoning federal debt.
The time has come to call the question on the surtax muddle. Calling the question is a parliamentary procedure that seeks to end discussion and debate, followed by a decision.
Sufferers of the common cold should not be drawn into the crossfire in the battle against meth.
If there is truth in the adage that one must spend money to make money, the ensuing question is: How much?
Are taxpayers liable for damages caused by a species reintroduced by the state?
Teaching should be treated much like any other profession. Consequently, the job security provided by academic tenure should be eliminated.
Consider how much more inventive and productive our society would be if the people who create and carry out scams turned their talents to honest endeavors.
We always are delighted when the Missouri National Guard presents a Patriot Award to a Mid-Missouri employer.
Recent indicators predict incremental growth in Central Missouri.
Missouri retains what the state Highway Patrol characterizes as the “unfortunate distinction” of leading the nation in seizures of methamphetamine laboratories.
Missouri lawmakers proposing increased use of electronic shackling are accepting the challenge to be smarter in dealing with crime.