There will be upcoming nighttime lane reductions and possible traffic delays on Missouri Highway 171 between Centennial Avenue in Webb City and Fir Road in Airport Drive, along with short segments of state Highway 43 on either side of the roundabout at Stone’s Corner, according to the Missou…
The city of Joplin will close Fourth Street at Geneva Avenue starting Monday through Friday of next week.
Follow the latest local and national stories developing about the monitoring of COVID-19, the new disease caused by the coronavirus.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Patrick Mahomes and several of his Kansas City Chiefs teammates reported for training camp Friday, with 90% of the team’s roster having received the COVID-19 vaccine.
O'FALLON, Mo. (AP) — St. Louis city and county officials say they will require masks in some public places starting Monday, citing a sharp increase in COVID-19 cases spurred by the delta variant.
These are some of the biggest breaking stories from across the nation. Find the latest updates from The Associated Press inside this section.
MIAMI (AP) — Firefighters on Friday declared the end of their search for bodies at the site of a collapsed Florida condo building, concluding a month of painstaking work removing layers of dan…
BLY, Ore. — The nation's largest wildfire raged through southern Oregon on Friday, but crews were scaling back some night operations as hard work and weaker winds helped reduce the spread of f…
ISLAMABAD (AP) — The Taliban say they don’t want to monopolize power, but they insist there won’t be peace in Afghanistan until there is a new negotiated government in Kabul and President Ashr…
A roundup of some of the most popular but completely untrue stories and visuals of the week. None of these are legit, even though they were shared widely on social media. The Associated Press …
Landscaping was hardly his lifelong dream.
TOKYO (AP) — Belated and beleaguered, the virus-delayed Tokyo Summer Olympics finally opened Friday night with cascading fireworks and made-for-TV choreography that unfolded in a near-empty st…
See pictures of people at work and at play across the Four-States Area.
Millie Keeton, 12, works on a grid drawing during Thursday’s camp at the Spiva Center for the Arts. Students at the summer camp worked on different drawing techniques and media. globe | Roger Nomer
Teresa Tanner plays the banjo with members of the Buffalo Creek Incident on Tuesday during a celebration of Four-State Area culture and identity at the Webb City Farmers Market. globe | Roger Nomer
August Haile, 13, of Avilla, grooms her tom turkey, Redneck, in preparation for a photo shoot Saturday at the Jasper County Youth Fair in Carthage. Organizers said 400 to 450 youths participated in this year’s fair. GLOBE | LAURIE SISK
Braxton Davis, 14, shows a 3D model he created during Crowder College’s AMPED summer camp last week at the Joplin Advanced Training and Technology Center. AMPED stands for Advanced Manufacturing Product Entrepreneurial Design. The camp introduced students to hands-on technology for manufactu…
Candy Lee (left) and Emily Rowland of Melody Pond perform for the crowd during Third Thursday last week in downtown Joplin. GLOBE | LAURIE SISK
Six-year-old Lydee Monehan enjoys a trip down an inflatable slide during Second Tuesday in Carl Junction. The monthly event featured a variety of vendors and three inflatable attractions for kids. GLOBE | LAURIE SISK
Pickleballer Caden Seward returns a volley while playing with friends in the Joplin Pickleball Club last week at Landreth Park. A 55% chance of showers and thunderstorms and a high in the lower 80s are forecast for Friday. GLOBE | LAURIE SISK
Counselors and campers play a game of Ships and Sailors as a warmup on Tuesday during Joplin Little Theatre’s Children’s Workshop. The theme of this week’s camp is “Stranded on an Island.”GLOBE | ROGER NOMER
Megan Williams captures an image recently as 4-year-old daughter Luna gets acquainted with Jules, a young potbellied pig, during Food Truck Friday in Carthage. Jules was accompanied by numerous chicks, ducks, rabbits and more as part of the Friendly Farms Mobile Petting Zoo owned by Tyler Sh…
If there’s any sport, you can bet Grace Bishop will be playing.
Adversity wouldn’t stop Mekhi Garrard from continuing his ascension as a three-sport standout at Webb City High School.
It’s basically the same thing that Rod Smith has done for many years.
During the 2021-22 high school sports year, many teams registered firsts.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The fate of the two-seed comes down to the final game of the season.
BENTONVILLE, Ark. — About 15 years ago, Alice Walton, one of the richest women in the world as the daughter of Sam Walton and heiress to his Walmart empire, announced that she was opening a ma…
Meet Cedar. This 2-year German shepherd mix is the Carthage Humane Society’s longest resident — more than 340 days so far. He is smart, active, good with kids and craves attention. He knows a …
Meet Dice. He has been calling the Carthage Humane Society home since Sept. 19, 2019. He’s a happy-go-lucky guy with lots of energy. He does well with children and is interested in other dogs,…
Meet Rae. She’s a 1- to 2-year-old female terrier mix and has been a shelter resident since June 28. She has a high energy level, so she will need plenty of daily exercise outdoors. Overall, s…
When thinking of historic moments or teams in Major League Baseball, the 1948 Cleveland Indians did not leap to mind. That changed when I read LUKE EPPLIN‘s new book, OUR TEAM: THE EPIC STORY …
Passengers in the rear section of the B-29 "Doc" had to rely on a video screen to see the view from the front of the aircraft. The screen allowed passengers to watch the plane while landing at Terre Haute Regional Airport.
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NEWTONIA, MO - Lynn (Reynolds) Sartin, 74, a retiree of La-Z-Boy, passed away Thursday, July 22, 2021. Services will be at 1 p.m. Monday at Clark Funeral Home, Granby. Visitation will be from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday.
LOCKWOOD, MO - Doris Aileen Belcher, 81, passed away Saturday, July 10, 2021. Memorial services will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, July 31, 2021, at Lockwood United Methodist Church. Burial will be in Lockwood Cemetery.
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