Anson Burlingame, guest columnist: Fewer platitudes, more answers please
How can the democratic process provide real substance to enable voters to make thoughtful decisions in important elections?
Our View: War come home
Not a single U.S. soldier was killed in Afghanistan in March, the first zero-fatality month there since January 2007.
Your View: New habits
It’s time for Joplin to have curbside recycling.
Your View: Education takes everyone
People like to think of the way families lived in the “good old days.”
Your View: Support Proposition A
In the months following the May 2011 tornado, the Citizens Advisory Recovery Team led a listening effort across the city to understand our residents’ vision for recovery in Joplin.
Your View: Caring respect
Four Joplin businesses have demonstrated kind and caring respect to my elderly parents, and I wanted to express my gratitude and give public recognition to each business.
Other Views: Bleeding jobs
One. Thousand. Jobs. That is what Missouri’s health care industry has already lost because the Republicans who control the Missouri Legislature have refused to expand Medicaid to the state’s growing class of working poor.
Geoff Caldwell, columnist: NCAA would be wise to re-evaluate policy
On June 22, 1969, the Cuyahoga River in northeastern Ohio literally caught fire.
Your View: No, no, ‘Noah’
Some guy named Noah, a lot of water and a bunch of animals on a boat are the only similarities between the movie “Noah” and the account in Genesis 6:9.
Your View: Willingness to help
As a Joplin senior citizen, I have known Jim West all of his life.
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