January 24, 2014 RSS feed / On Second Thought

New baseball stadium not needed

I am all in favor of baseball in Columbia! I also believe that tax dollars should be spent for purposes that provide basic public safety (police, fire etc.) and provide services that benefit citizens’ basic needs (water, sewer etc.). More...

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Is Columbia going to have a new baseball team?

Jason Freier, the owner of minor league baseball teams in Fort Wayne, Ind., and Savannah, Ga., guaranteed he would bring a team to Columbia if the city builds a new stadium as part of the redevelopment of the old State Hospital campus on Bull Street. More...

Non-residents should be given a say

Columbia water and sewer service is not limited to the city limits yet according to the page B1, Sunday, January 19 article in The Statenewspaper, only city residents have standing with this suit. More...

No tax dollars for a baseball stadium

I read with interest your recent article “baseball in Columbia.” I hope you were able to attend the, “so called,” public input meeting yesterday (January 21). More...

Connecting students with history

Last week, juniors from C.A. Johnson High School explored their neighborhood armed with video cameras and were tasked to create short documentaries about several historic sites they’ve chosen to cover. More...