Parr Hill Park in Joplin to benefit from campaign with Macy’s store
She had come to Parr Hill Park with her mother and grandmother for a walk, but 2-year-old Alaina Adame probably would have stayed at the playground all into the night if she had been allowed. “She loves it,” said her grandmother, Donna Craig, of Carthage. “She doesn’t want to leave.” Now the park is poised to get a little more love from the Joplin community.Continued ...
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Conservation Department looks to Neosho National Fish Hatchery as option for Topeka shiner
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Despite late rally, Mules end Lions' 10-game win streak 94-84 in Central Regional semifinals
Central Missouri attacked the basket, picked up fouls, scored on layups and passed out to open shooters.Continued ...
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Stocks end lower ahead of critical Ukraine vote
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Senate investigation of CIA dogged by controversy
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