Plan to close longtime day care leaves Neosho parents scrambling
Parents of the 100 children enrolled at Neosho’s Abundant Life Early Learning Center are scrambling to find alternative child care. The day care, operated for the past 30 years by Abundant Life Church, is closing Jan. 10. About 15 employees also are seeking new jobs.Continued ...
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Nixon proposes $5,000 hike for Bright Flight scholarship
The first time AshLeigh Thomlinson took the ACT as a Neosho High School student, she received a score of 30. It’s students such as Thomlinson that Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon hopes to keep in the state with a new financial aid incentive that would give students who receive Bright Flight scholarships the option for an extra $5,000 annually if they agree to work full time in Missouri immediately after school.Continued ...
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Tyler tops Garden City in Pittsburg bowl game
Tyler Junior College dominated both sides of the ball to beat Garden City Community College 47-21 during the Football Capital of Kansas Bowl on Sunday at Carnie Smith Stadium.Continued ...
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Stocks edge higher after Sysco acquisition
A big acquisition in the food industry and hopes for a longer-term budget deal out of Washington nudged stocks back into record territory Monday afternoon.Continued ...
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Obama to feds: Boost renewable power 20 percent
Saying the government should lead by example, President Barack Obama is ordering the federal government to nearly triple its use of renewable sources for electricity by 2020.Continued ...
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