Recent Missouri editorials

The Associated Press St. Joseph News-Press, March 24 Freight in our future: Missouri has a freight problem, and it’s too much for the system to carry. In this case, however, adding a few pounds — or tons — is a good thing. In 2012, Missouri exported $13.9 billion…

Recent Missouri editorials

The Associated Press St. Louis Post-Dispatch, March 8 PSC needs to put gluttonous giants on a diet: To understand the latest dispute between Ameren Missouri and its biggest electricity customer, Noranda Aluminum, think about pie. Ameren, the investor-owned monopoly utility company, is always hungry. It likes pie. When…

Recent Missouri editorials

The Associated Press Springfield News-Leader, March 2 Time for real loan reform: A proposed overhaul of Missouri’s payday loan regulations in the General Assembly is a poorly disguised effort to benefit a rich and powerful industry that preys on the poor and powerless. The legislation, which passed easily…

Meeting friends and making connections in Dominica

Meeting friends and making connections in Dominica

By SANDY IRLE Dominica is a Caribbean destination unlike any other. Located between Guadeloupe and Martinique, the “Nature…

Kudos to USPS

Dear Editor, On the Monday before Christmas, my husband and I sent a 4 pound gift box to…

Praise for WMMC

Dear editor, I want to toot the horn for our local hospital a bit. I have been on…

Recent Missouri editorials

The Associated Press The Joplin Globe, Dec. 26 Preserving a Civil War battlefield in Missouri: Before it was…

Recent Missouri editorials

The Associated Press St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Dec. 20 Iowa’s Medicaid waiver should push Missouri Republicans to act: Another…

Recent Missouri editorials

The Associated Press The Kansas City Star, Dec. 15 Meaningful ethics reform is needed in Missouri Missouri Gov.…

Recent Missouri editorials

The Associated Press St. Joseph News-Press, Dec. 7 Cool bistate tensions Two governors, two political parties, one border.…

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