SLIDE SHOW: Snow almost over, but cold heads lower
When the snow stopped falling Friday afternoon, road-clearing crews across the Joplin area started getting an upper hand on the weather. But that could be short lived. More flurries and light freezing drizzle are forecast for tonight through Sunday morning.Continued ...
- Boeing deal takes flight; most area lawmakers support incentive deal for new Boeing plant
- Cold places more demand on area homeless shelters
- Second plea deal struck in Joplin murder case
- SLIDE SHOW: Snow almost over, but cold heads lower
Cherokee County hires first full-time economic development director
Cherokee County moved forward with plans to expand its focus on economic development recently by hiring its first full-time economic development director. Janet Miller, the former director of the Economic Development Center at Laredo (Texas) Community College, was tabbed for the job.Continued ...
- State Farm awards grant to Royal Heights educator for recycling project
- Playground in Pittsburg close to becoming reality
- Salvation Army: Secret Santa drops two hefty gifts
- Cherokee County hires first full-time economic development director
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Seneca's Smith makes quick change from football to basketball
If Chance Smith had wanted to take a break, Seneca basketball coach Will King would have understood.Continued ...
- Lions entertain undefeated Ichabods
- MSSU women seek better start against No. 20 Washburn
- Reaction different for Gorillas entering Mineral Water Bowl
- Seneca's Smith makes quick change from football to basketball
Stocks struggle as investors weigh economic news
The stock market continued its sluggish start to the month on Wednesday.Continued ...
- Newsweek to start printing again next year
- EU fines global banks $2.3 billion for market rigging
- SPX selling stake in EGS Electric for $571 million
- Stocks struggle as investors weigh economic news
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 ...
- Strain over security zone evident in Biden talks
- At 11th hour, Congress debates plastic gun ban
- NATO seeks clarity on troops in Afghanistan
- Obama to feds: Boost renewable power 20 percent
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