When Gov. Mike Parson says he would call a special session to address issues involving transgender athletes and adolescents, he’s signaling one of two things.
You’d be hard-pressed to find anyone who believes that a starting salary of $25,000 is acceptable for those charged with teaching our children.
Those who look hard enough could find a sliver of good news in the latest census updates pointing to further population loss in Buchanan County.
On some level, it might feel good to cast Gabe Edgar aside as superintendent of the St. Joseph School District following an embarrassing charge of driving while intoxicated.
Come late July, you won’t find many people complaining about the Kansas City Chiefs returning to Missouri Western State University for training camp.
When special interests are allowed to write legislation, they will take care of themselves first.
It’s easy to talk about all the things that St. Joseph gets wrong.
Missourians deserve two things when the state assesses the performance of their schools. First is a comprehensible scoring system that avoids educational gobbledygook. And they need policymakers — both at the district and state level — to refrain from making excuses or using the data to secu…
If there’s safety in numbers, then it’s possible to feel an enhanced sense of security on the day when the St. Joseph Police Department releases its annual report on crime statistics.
For the city of St. Joseph, the most important part of the $1.5 billion terminal at Kansas City International Airport isn’t the new check-in hall, the 40 gates or even the little flourishes like artwork, fountains and restaurants.
It doesn’t take a doctorate in educational leadership to understand a basic requirement for learning in school.
On Dec. 4, 2012, dignitaries from Missouri and Kansas gathered to celebrate the opening of the Amelia Earhart bridge connecting Atchison and southern Buchanan County.
In 1957, Americans looked to the sky to get a glimpse of the first artificial satellite launched into low-Earth orbit.
If you look closely on occasion, you might notice a familiar face blowing a whistle on a high school basketball court.
We need a public pool.
Like most Americans, Sam Graves must get frustrated when his flight is delayed or he drives over a bridge that looks like it hasn’t seen significant repairs since the FDR administration.
The good news about the president coming to town is that things get spruced up before the Big Guy’s arrival.
The sports world still awaits the full recovery of Buffalo Bills defensive back Damar Hamlin after he collapsed on the field during the first quarter of Monday night’s game. In the past week, discussions abound about the violence in professional football, the compassion of NFL fans, the role…
Every politician enjoys a certain honeymoon period after deciding to run for public office. It can end abruptly with a question like, “what do you think about abortion?”
Maybe Kevin McCarthy hummed a few bars of an easy-listening classic during the chaotic opening days on the floor of the U.S. House.