This editorial originally appeared in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Missouri's education leaders can get back to business with enthusiasm and optimism this week now that Gov. Mike Parson has made two new appointments to the state Bo
ONE of Illinois' most lasting, bipartisan political legacies in recent years is the criminal shadow that has hung over recent governors. Democrat Otto Kerner Jr. left his second term early in 1968 to accept a seat as a federal judge. He was convicted in
This editorial originally appeared in (Long Island, N.Y.) Newsday. WHEN a man who appears to be experiencing so much joy, living his days in a way that from the outside looks like an endless vacation, takes his own life, how can we make sense of it? CNN'
A report adopted by the Federal Communications Commission in 2016 estimated that 34 million people in the United States lacked access to broadband internet, which the agency defines as having download speeds of at least 25 megabits per second. The problem
THE completion of two lanes of the much-anticipated Macomb Bypass is among the best news for West-Central Illinois in years. Work on the 7.1-mile stretch of Ill. 336 began three years ago, and in addition to the two lanes, included the construction of se
This editorial appeared in the Chicago Tribune The work of the Tribune Editorial Board includes inviting government officials or political candidates to meet with us in our boardroom -- sometimes for a formal interview, sometimes a campaign season debate.
WITH about 300 veterans in Quincy last weekend for the eighth annual Fishing for Freedom, organizers know it may have become the largest event of its type in the nation. Coordinator Randy Gengenbacher is more focused on making sure Fishing for Freedom is
This editorial appeared in the Seattle Times. State officials across the country are stepping up to show the leadership that Congress has failed to muster to urge that opioid manufacturers be held accountable for the devastation of the national drug epid
THE Quincy Notre Dame girls soccer team accomplished what it set out to do this season -- capture a second straight Illinois Class 1A state championship. The Raiders lived up to their preseason billing as the odds-on favorite to repeat by easily defeating
This editorial was printed in the Chicago Tribune. This spring, feats of heroism aren't confined to superhero movies. Witness the stirring exploits of three ordinary -- or should we say extraordinary -- heroes: Late last month in Paris, Mamoudou Gassama sc