It seems to me that the following region names are rather pedantic.
- Central Region (Missouri)
- Northeast Region (Missouri)
- Northwest Region (Missouri)
- Southeast Region (Missouri)
- Southwest Region (Missouri)
Is the word Region actually used for these areas or would
- Central (Missouri)
- Northeast (Missouri)
- Northwest (Missouri)
- Southeast (Missouri)
- Southwest (Missouri)
be better? Even the Missouri article hints that the region version is not the most common usage for these areas. I am thinking of moving the regions and wondered if anyone else had any comments about these names. -- (WT-en) Huttite 06:43, 9 Jan 2006 (EST)
- The shorter the better if you ask me... (WT-en) Jpatokal 08:47, 9 Jan 2006 (EST)
- My bad... sorry about that... (WT-en) Xltel 09:10, 9 Jan 2006 (EST)
- I have made this change. (WT-en) Xltel 14:24, 10 Jan 2006 (EST)
Comment from Missouri
I have lived in Missouri all my life, and not to make a rude comment or anything, but this article is truly bad. Someone put Bolivar and Bowling Green as major cities. Bolivar's population is about 5-7000. Cape Girardeau, St. Joseph, and Hannibal (home of Mark Twain, one of Missouri's most famous residents) aren't listed. I rewrote the cities.
Also, Jefferson City may be on the edge of the Ozarks technically (so is St. Louis), but I don't know anybody who lives here that would call it "in the Ozarks". I think the whole region thing needs to be scrapped and started over again. I know this is what's on the state's tourism website, but to me:
- Northeast Missouri – includes Hannibal and Kirksville
- Northwest Missouri – includes St. Joseph
- St. Louis Area – St. Louis metro area including St. Charles
- Kansas City Area – Kansas City metro area including Independence
- Central Missouri – includes Jefferson City and Columbia
- Southeast Missouri – Includes Ste. Genevieve and Cape Girardeau
- The Ozarks – includes Springfield, Joplin, Rolla, West Plains, and Poplar Bluff.
This actually leaves a small area south of Kansas City unclassified (it's not part of the Ozarks), maybe all of that could be called "Western Missouri"? If possible, I'll borrow a map from Wikipedia and see if I can do this on a map.(WT-en) Rt66lt 13:36, 12 Jan 2006 (EST)
- Hello Rt66it, thank you for helping to add content and make the Missouri article better. I don't see a problem with adding regions for Kansas City and St. Louis. Again thanks (WT-en) Xltel 13:52, 12 Jan 2006 (EST)
I went ahead and changed that section to the areas listed above. When I can get a map done, I'll add that. I thought I would comment on it before I went and made a change like this. Also, since the northwest Missouri, etc. have links, should "St. Louis Area" and "Kansas City Area" have a seperate article from St. Louis and Kansas City?(WT-en) Rt66lt 13:58, 12 Jan 2006 (EST)
- I will go ahead and create the new regions and move St. Louis and Kansas City. As far as the Ozarks, there is a Ozarks article that covers four states, so we might want to change that back to Southwest and indicate it is in the Ozarks or as an alternative we could create a new region that is Ozarks (Missouri) which would be unique for Missouri. (WT-en) Xltel 14:08, 12 Jan 2006 (EST)
I'd really like to see a citation on this: "Branson - 2nd most visited place in the U.S."; I have a very serious disbelief in this. Thanks! Ray
No. Just no. I live here, and it is most definitely Missouri. Only the uneducated say Missouruh. Not only was the change reverted, but my comment on the talk page was erased. That's absurd.
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