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Three things coming your way in Tuesday’s Joplin Globe.
Carl Junction announces basketball tournament schedule change
The new schedule moves Carl Junction girls vs. Carthage to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, followed by Nevada girls vs. Monett at 5:30 p.m..
Rohr to address council tonight
Mark Rohr, who was fired on Feb. 4 as Joplin’s city manager, has asked to speak to the City Council at its meeting at 6 p.m. today.
World scrambles for diplomatic solution to crisis as Russia tightens grip on Crimea
Warning that it was “on the brink of disaster,” Ukraine put its military on high alert Sunday and appealed for international help to avoid what it feared was the possibility of a wider invasion by Russia.
2016 race for governor stirring in Missouri
The 2014 bids are just beginning — filing for county and statewide offices opened Tuesday — but the 2016 race to be Missouri’s next governor is in full swing.
Joplin City Council to discuss cost of investigation
Discussion about the cost of an investigation authorized by the Joplin City Council is scheduled for the council’s informal meeting Monday.
Area closings Monday, March 3
Many area churches are cancelling services for Sunday night. Please check with your local church for deatils.
Here are the area school closings reported by area media as of 5:10 p.m.on Sunday.
Schools closed Monday, March, 3.
O.C.C, Joplin, Mo.
N.E. Vernon Co.
MSSU, Joplin, Mo.
Martin Luther, joplin, Mo.
JACC, Joplin, Mo.
Golden City, Mo.
College Heights Christian School
Cedar Ridge State School
Crowder College, Neosho, Mo.
NEO A&M, Miami, OKla.
El Dorado Springs, Mo.
College View State School, Joplin
Oak View State School
Mount Olive School, Miami, Okla.
McDonald Co., Mo.
East Newton, Granby, Mo.
Golden City, R-III
Carl Junction R-1
Joplin School District, the R-8
Webb City, R-7
Turkey Ford (Okla) Elementary
Baxter Springs, Kan.
Return to JoplinGlobe.com for additional closings as they are available.
Secretary of State vows repercussions for Russian ’act of aggression’ in Ukraine
Western powers say they are prepared “to go to the hilt” to isolate Russia for its military incursion into Ukraine.
Families make opening day at Roaring River their tradition
Walk along the banks of Roaring River on opening day of trout season, pick anglers at random for a conversation and they’ll likely all mention the same word: “Generations.”
Russia approves use of military in Ukraine
Russia executed a de facto military takeover of a strategic region in Ukraine as the parliament in Moscow gave President Vladimir Putin a green light Saturday to proceed to protect Russian interests.
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