The Joplin Globe, Joplin, MO

Tornado: Columns

Tornado: Columns
  • Wally Kennedy: Southtown Sporting Goods down, but not out

    There are a handful of places in Joplin that are original to this city. They were built from the ground up by hardworking families. One of them is Southtown Sporting Goods, 3030 S. Main St.

    August 6, 2011

  • 072711-FAITH-Jop-Mid-Sch2.jpg Rich Brown: College students make a difference with volunteer help in Joplin area

    It would be hard to calculate the enormous contributions made by the 187 students from Missouri and six other states with (appropriately named) World Changers, part of the Southern Baptist North American Mission Board.

    August 1, 2011 1 Photo

  • Susan Redden: House panel calls for use of Rainy Day Fund

    A special legislative session being planned for later this year is to include a recommendation that Missouri tap its Rainy Day Fund to pay for costs of dealing with tornadoes, including the EF-5 on May 22 in Joplin, flooding and other natural disasters in the state.

    July 31, 2011

  • Clair Goodwin: Praise for an undefeated spirit

    Over the past two months, I’ve had the privilege to visit with and personally thank dozens of volunteers from all parts of the country who rushed to Joplin to help this devastated community dig out and clean up after the horrific tornado of May 22 leveled nearly a third of the city with swirling winds exceeding 200 miles per hour.

    July 31, 2011

  • Carol Stark: Looking for owner of this found ‘memory’

    As hard as we might try, we can’t wish ourselves back to May 21. Going forward is a daily battle for the survivors of the May 22 tornado. And while the storm has robbed them of their homes, their possessions and in some cases, their loved ones, it should never be allowed to take away memories.

    July 31, 2011

  • Mike Pence, guest columnist: The path forward

    Our path forward as a community has never been more imposing than it is today. However, the horrific May 22 tornado has clearly served to bond us together as a community more tightly than ever before.
    It also prepares us for the challenging rebuilding opportunities we now face.

    July 31, 2011

  • Wally Kennedy: IHOP may offer lesson in survival

    The story of what happened at the IHOP restaurant at 2117 S. Range Line Road the night of the tornado has been told several times.

    July 30, 2011

  • Rich Brown: 4-legged friends bring relief

    A Joplin church and its school are giving new meaning to the phrase “Man’s best friend.”
    In light of the havoc wreaked by the Joplin tornado on May 22, and as a way to minister to people in many other areas, Immanuel Lutheran Church and Martin Luther School, 2616 Connecticut Ave., have added two new staff members.

    July 29, 2011

  • Rich Brown: Mission continues

    When it comes to helping tornado victims, Forest Park Baptist has been on a mission.

    July 29, 2011

  • Carol Stark: We’ll take all the miracles we can get

    July 28, 2011

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