Joplin's special-use sales taxes have funded nearly $182 million in projects over the past 17 years.
The Joplin Globe publishes summaries of routine and follow-up inspections performed by the Joplin Health Department.
A $1 million construction contract for another neighborhood improvement project in Joplin's disaster recovery zone will be presented to the City Council for action on Monday.
The following are five of the top stories published in the Globe during June 10-14. In case you missed them, here's a recap:
In this week's episode of "In Case You Missed It," Joe Hadsall introduces a new segment called "Second Sight," an uncommon look into common commodities, including the connections they have with the Joplin area. This debut segment talks about a deck of playing cards, the Kentucky company that…
A large number of Missourians have been dropped from the state’s Medicaid program over the past year and a half, despite remaining eligible for services, according to health care advocates.
HONG KONG (AP) — Hong Kong police and protesters faced off early Monday as authorities began trying to clear the streets of a few hundred who remained near the city government headquarters after massive demonstrations that stretched deep into the night before. Read more
Roger Doman spent the better part of eight years throughout the 1990s waking up and heading to the ballpark to put on his jersey before making a living on the mound.
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FAYETTEVILLE, AR - Bruce L. Barr, 54, formerly of Joplin, MO, passed away January 21, 2013. He was a construction worker, No local services are planned at this time.
On Tuesday, June 11th, 2019, Patrick Hayes, of Surprise, Arizona, passed away at the age of 79. Patrick was born on April 30th, 1940, in Tacoma, Washington, to parents Ann and Maurice. Patrick retired from the Simpson Paper Mill, in Tacoma, where he spent his entire career. He relocated duri…
- As flooded Neosho bank is renovated, employees help customers outside
- Dedication ceremony slated for historic Markley shovel at Big Brutus center
- MSSU dining hall cashier 'Momma D' named MIAA Mentor of the Year
- Flave Darnell named Webb City's new baseball coach
- Hair metal pioneer band Ratt visits Buffalo Run
- 3 charged in vandalism at old Lawrence County cemetery
- Joplin man still critical weeks after police use stun gun
- UPDATED: MSSU governing board approves 9.3% tuition increase
- Homeless man ordered to stand trial on sex offender registration violation
- As son struggles for first breaths, parents stay at Joplin's Ronald McDonald House
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson has signed into law legislation that bans abortions after eight weeks. The legislation includes exceptions for what it defines as medical emergencies — such as cases when a mother’s life is at risk or she is facing serious permanent injury — but not for pregnancies that are the result of rape or incest. Do you agree or disagree with the state’s action?
Editor's note: This poll's options have been edited: "Yes" was changed to "agree," "No" was changed to "disagree."