Breakfast adventure: Bruncheonette menu mixes fun and fine dining
The goal for the menu was to bring aspects of fine dining to Joplin and include menu items not frequently seen in the rural Midwest.
Larry Meacham Sr.
Larry B. Meacham, Sr., age 79, Joplin, passed away at 12:01 a.m. Saturday, Aug.11, 2012, at Freeman West Hospital.
<img src="http://www.joplinglobeonline.com/images/zope/extra.gif" border=0> Eyes on the Audience <font color="#ff0000">w/ John DeHoyos performance videos and audio interview</font>
About a dozen hearty souls, including myself, braved the elements one recent wintery afternoon to listen to the musical stylings of a 28-year-old Southern California native named John DeHoyos.
- “E” is for Energy, Education: New High School Includes Features to Lower Electric Bills For those of us who walk around every night turning off lights and unplugging appliances to reduce our electric bill and keep our carbon footprint low, the opportunity to start from scratch and install energy-saving technology during the construction process would be invaluable.
- Over the River, Through the Woods “How can the long distance runner ever get lonely?” asks Snoopy in a 1978 Charles Schultz comic strip. In context, Snoopy poses the question following an ongoing series of complaints from his aching limbs; but the question is valid in reality as well.
Home Town Inspired: Young Entrepreneurs Invest Time and Energy
From the courthouse to the beautiful Victorian homes, Carthage is a unique and lovely town, full of surprises and its own quiet charm. It’s a town that not only supports local entrepreneurs but also encourages them, as evidenced by the many flourishing locally-owned enterprises.
- MGA Boasts Dedicated Director Thirty-one years establishes an event as generational. And for 30 of those years, the Midwest Gathering of the Artists has been growing its roots ever deeper with the culturing oversight of Sandra “Sandy” Higgins.
- British Invasion: Annual Car Show Gets Bigger Every Year Although the songs of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and the Kinks were blaring through the sound system, Carthage’s recent British invasion wasn’t about the music. . . . It was about the cars.
Light, Color, Composition
She calls herself an “impatient realist.” When you see her art, you recognize immediately the realist part. But “impatient” …?
Welcome Babies: McCune Brooks Brings Forth Spradling Birthing Center
“Women will be pampered unmercifully,” said Pam Barlet, director of community relations and program development at McCune Brooks Regional Hospital in Carthage. “The new Spradling Birthing Center is opening on September 2. We are so excited to be welcoming babies back to this hospital.”
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