Hundreds brave cold as train makes holiday stop in Joplin
Santas and trains were the attractions, and there were plenty of both on Tuesday when Kansas City Southern’s Holiday Express stopped in Joplin. There was THE Santa, of course, along with train cars decorated for Christmas and filled with Santas, dolls and toys.Continued ...
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Registration open for Joplin Family Y’s Chilly 5K Challenge
Participants are being sought for the fourth annual Chilly 5K Challenge, a key fundraiser for the Joplin Family YMCA. The 3.1-mile race will begin at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 1. Registration is available at the YMCA’s downtown and south locations or online at joplinfamilyy.org; the fee is $25. Race-day registration will be available from 9 to 10:30 a.m. only at the south branch, 3404 W. McIntosh Circle Drive.Continued ...
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Corn to retire after 25th season at Missouri Southern
Robert Corn’s 25th season as men’s basketball coach at Missouri Southern will be his last.Continued ...
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Stocks down slightly after hitting record Monday
Stocks took a breather Tuesday after U.S. markets notched another record high.Continued ...
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Pennsylvania students’ robotic arm can make you stronger
Need a hand lifting something? A robotic device invented by University of Pennsylvania engineering students can help its wearer carry an additional 40 pounds.Continued ...
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