The cable television show “Ancient Aliens” offers rapid-fire theories about UFOs visiting Egyptian pyramids or Aztec cities. What makes the show work, according to the The Smithsonian Magazine article with the blunt headline, “The Idiocy, Fabrication and Lies of Ancient Aliens,” is a deliver…
Gov. Mike Parson gives the state of Missouri good marks for its initial distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine.
The final chapter of the Lisa Montgomery story covered some familiar territory as the woman was put to death in the early morning hours of Jan. 13.
As fate would have it, students in the St. Joseph School District return to full, in-person learning as a potential blizzard bears down on the city.
Donald Rumsfeld, secretary of defense during the 9/11 attacks and the ensuing military response, used to talk about “known knowns” and “known unknowns.”
The decision to put health workers at the front of the line for a COVID-19 vaccine was met with near universal acceptance.
Everyone seems to understand that the current state of political rancor is intolerable, but no one seems able to do anything about it.
The city of St. Joseph received some good news regarding tax collections, despite economic disruption from the COVID-19 pandemic and the shelter-in-place orders.
You won’t find many people who disagree with the statement that St. Joseph is a city that needs a little sprucing up.
Matthias Erzberger passed an army in retreat on his way to a train carriage in Compiègne, France. There he signed the armistice that ended four years of fighting in World War I.
In these tribal times, it’s easy to forget that our politicians are people.
Donald Trump was right about one thing. Greatness still eludes us.
In the Patee Town neighborhood, museums show how St. Joseph managed to become both a rough-and-tumble pioneer town and an outpost of refinement at what once was the edge of a young country’s development.
Sometimes, there’s no good reason to resist the release of public information, other than an organization’s penchant for secrecy.
Elected members of Congress are concerned about lots of things: national security, the well-being of the American people and their own re-election chances.