(Guest commentary) On August 4, Missouri voters will consider the Amendment 2 initiative to expand Missouri’s Medicaid program to provide healthcare coverage to adults between the ages of 19 and 64. While I have been READ MORE
There’s been a lot of discussion around the Interstate 70 corridor between the I-64/Highway 40/61 interchange in Wentzville and Warrenton, especially the railroad overpass and s-curve.
Hey, remember the time in America when you played in the road? You set up your hockey goals/basketball goals /stickball game/endzones (fill in the blank here). You watched out for cars so nobody would get READ MORE
(Edited at author’s request with additional information. -Ed.) Business leaders understand the value of hiring employees with skills that meet the demands of the 21st century economy. Leaders in the Wentzville School District understand this READ MORE
Nearly twenty-five years ago, just out of high school, my friend Kevin got a job as a checker at the recently-opened Mid-Rivers Schnucks. He was pretty excited because the starting pay was good, once you READ MORE
Columbus Day–I never found it that interesting because we never got off school for it. But it doesn’t get my panties in a bunch, either. Indigenous Peoples’ Day–harrumph. Those peoples were most likely no more READ MORE
(Editor’s note: The following first-person story is reprinted with permission from LaborNotes.org.) Forty-one Missouri auto workers stood up for seniority in March when they defied orders to work outside their usual jobs—showing General Motors they READ MORE
I’m looking for a summer camp that caters to women over 30 with no athletic abilities, a place where hard-working ladies can get away from the office, away from the laundry, away from the junk READ MORE