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  • Earth Day features celebrations

    It's Earth Day, and students and others throughout the Four States are celebrating.

     

    April 22, 2014

  • r042114downstreamcows.jpg SLIDE SHOW: Quapaw Tribe sets up cattle ranch near Downstream Casino

    In a scene straight from a Frederic Remington painting of the Old West, cowboys on horseback drove a slow-moving herd of Angus cows and calves across a pasture.
    But instead of wide-open grassland, the backdrop for a roundup Monday was the Downstream Casino Resort.

    April 21, 2014 2 Photos 1 Slideshow

  • Joplin School Board adopts school calendar with longer days, shorter year

    Joplin students will sit in class longer during the day but will have a shorter school year under a calendar adopted Monday night by the Board of Education. The 2014-15 academic year will start on Monday, Aug. 25, and end on Friday, May 15, excluding snow days, according to the calendar.

    April 21, 2014

  • Changes in baseball plan disclosed at Joplin City Council meeting

    There has been a change in the ownership group of Joplin’s new baseball team, and some of the initial plans for additions to the Joe Becker Stadium area have changed, the Joplin City Council was told Monday night.

    April 21, 2014 1 Story

  • Mike Pound 2010.jpg Mike Pound: Annual trip for chocolate becoming bittersweet

    She said she had a nice time, so I guess I should take her at her word. Our daughter, Emma, is 16, and it’s pretty hard to tell what a 16-year-old girl is thinking even if she tells you what she’s thinking.

    April 21, 2014 1 Photo

  • Neosho School Board discusses August election on bond issue

    The Neosho Board of Education may try again in August to get voter approval of a bond issue for a new junior high school. Monday night’s meeting was the first meeting back for board member Jonathan Russell since he was hospitalized with serious complications from the flu.

    April 21, 2014

  • Creator of Joplin-based ‘Dear World’ exhibit features Boston bombing victims in new work

    The messages written on the skin of some Boston Marathon victims may be different, but Joplin residents will recognize the handwriting. Robert X. Fogarty, the creator of the “Dear World: From Joplin with Love” exhibit, took his signature style of photography and inspiration to Boston. Fogarty traveled to Joplin in 2011 and took pictures of community members with inspirational messages written on their bodies in black ink.

    April 21, 2014

  • CJ workshop to cover Affordable Care Act

    In a free workshop Tuesday, University of Missouri Extension will offer information about the new health care law in an effort to help businesses understand their options and responsibilities so that they may make better planning decisions.

    April 21, 2014

  • Donor makes $30k donation to PSU

    The educational experience of Pittsburg State students in the Department of Graphics and Imaging Technologies recently received a modern makeover by an anonymous donor.

    April 21, 2014

  • Money to area lawmakers slows down but doesn’t stop

    With the Legislature back in session, the flow of campaign cash to local candidates has slowed. But in this election year, the money did not completely stop. All members of the local delegation to the Missouri General Assembly are on the ballot this year, but only two lawmakers are facing opposition.

    April 20, 2014

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