While Hurricane Sandy wasn't expected to arrive in the Northeast until late Monday night, she's been churning up the Internet since Sunday with a mix of news, jokes, memes and viral (sometimes fake) photos.
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Eagle Scouts cross continent on bikes to challenge themselves
A group of 10 Eagle Scouts bicycling the U.S. from the Pacific to Atlantic Ocean were more than happy to see the "Welcome to Missouri" sign near Opolis, Kansas, on Wednesday morning.
Galena City Council calls meeting tonight to discuss rescinding landfill decision
The Galena City Council has called a special meeting for 6 p.m. tonight to discuss the possibility of rescinding decisions made by the council during its July 7 meeting regarding a proposed landfill near Riverton, according to Kevin Cure, city attorney.
Stuff the Bus, area school supply drive, set for Friday and Saturday
Stuff the Bus, a two-day school supply drive, will take place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on July 25 and 26 at several locations.
Cheryle Finley: Fixing ribs? they aren't all the same
Grilling ribs is a favorite summer pastime, but not all ribs are the same and can be fixed different ways.
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Three things coming your way in Thursday’s Joplin Globe.
Llama on the loose tours downtown Diamond
A lost llama on the lam hoofed it down Main Street here today before it took refuge in a fenced yard that had only one way in and out.
Carthage council discusses impact of state tax exemptions
Carthage officials are telling lawmakers that city services will have to be cut if sales tax exemptions approved by the Missouri General Assembly go into effect.
Missouri counties under severe thunderstorm warning
The National Weather Service in Springfield has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for southwestern Jasper County, McDonald County and Newton County in Missouri until 1:45 p.m. today.
- SLIDESHOW: Treasures of Tut Through Sept. 7, “The Discovery of King Tut” will draw tens of thousands of visitors to Kansas City’s Union Station to discover the history and mystery of the most famous Pharaoh who ever reigned over the Nile Valley.
Kansas counties under severe thunderstorm warning
Cherokee and Crawford counties in Southeast Kansas are under a severe thunderstorm warning until 1 p.m. today, according to the National Weather Service in Springfield.
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