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New York City film editor produces documentary about miners, Big Brutus
When New York City film editor and director Nick Houy happened upon Big Brutus a few years ago, he said he was “blown away.”
Neosho councilman sues city attorney, mayor
Neosho City Councilman Steve Hart is suing City Attorney Steven Hays, accusing him of divulging a secretly recorded, face-to-face conversation between the two of them.
Joplin City Council hears timeline for projects
Residents will see construction start in the area of the new public library, movie theater and retail center at 20th Street and Connecticut Avenue by the end of the year, the City Council was told Monday night.
Manslaughter case parolee arrested for DWI
Jarub Baird, who was sent to prison as a teenager for reckless driving in a 2006 accident that claimed the life of a Carthage girl, was arrested Sunday in Joplin for driving while intoxicated.
Man pleads guilty to fraudulently receiving aid after 2011 tornado
A 34-year-old man pleaded guilty Monday to fraudulently receiving disaster benefits from the federal government after the tornado that struck Joplin on May 22, 2011.
Joplin student to represent Missouri at Girls Nation
Saniya Ablatt, a senior at Joplin High School, has been selected to attend Girls Nation in Washington, D.C. Girls Nation, a program of the American Legion Auxiliary, gives young women firsthand experience into how the federal government works.
Mike Pound: Sporadic driving lessons pay off
According to an employee of the Missouri Department of Public Safety, on Monday, our 16-year-old daughter, Emma, passed her driving test with a total of 74 points.
Crowder College announces $1 million gift from anonymous donor
Crowder College has received a $1 million donation for academic programs, President Jennifer Methvin announced Monday.
Rebuilt Peace Lutheran adds outdoor features in nature-centered ministry
Katharine Redpath keeps a pair of red and black leopard-print rain boots in her car for use in her pastoral duties at Peace Lutheran Church. “I never thought it would be part of my uniform,” she joked on a recent rainy day as she pulled them on in preparation for another trek onto the church grounds. Since opening their new building in north Joplin last spring, church members have moved beyond the brick-and-mortar structure.
Joplin City Council schedules meeting with Wallace Bajjali
The Joplin City Council will get its monthly update from representatives of Wallace Bajjali Development Partners when it meets for an informal session Monday night.
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