MIAMI, Okla. — Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College will celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day by unveiling its new Centennial Tribal Monument on Monday.
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A Carthage man was injured in a one-car accident at 5:19 a.m. Sunday in Interstate 49 in Barton County, 6 miles south of Lamar, the Missouri State Highway Patrol said.
An open house will be held by representatives of the city of Joplin to talk to residents and answer questions about a tax proposal the city has placed on the Nov. 5 ballot.
There aren’t too many public events out there that when you can walk through the front door, you’re met by a gaggle of friendly faced pooches.
For Joy Halseth, her yearly mammogram appointment helped detect the early signs of breast cancer before it could spread, which gave her a fighting chance to conquer the disease with stride.
When I learned that a Southwest Missouri native who got himself crossways with a teacher ended up at the blackboard, writing the same sentence 100 times, I knew we had something in common.
The weather went, as goes the quip circulating online, from 90 to 35 like it saw a state trooper, and just like that, the last remnants of the summer that never really was, having stayed to keep autumn company for a while, fled in haste with frost snapping at her bare heels. A forecast of lo…
Once upon a time, my patient mother and I used a real sewing machine with real fabric and thread to lovingly craft a “Strawberry Shortcake” costume for my oldest child. On the holiday itself, that opinionated 3-year-old refused to wear it.
This month, area filmmakers will have the opportunity to test their stamina, creative and production skills, and collaborative abilities in 48-hour film competitions offered by Spiva Center for the Arts and Ozark Christian College.
October, with its cooler temperatures, is an ideal time to take a genealogy trip. In last week’s column, I suggested several museums and libraries in the Four-State Area that will make ideal day trips to do research.
When Michele Garner noticed a lump under her right armpit at the beginning of this year, she knew it needed to be checked without delay.
“I can live two months on a good compliment!” said Mark Twain, who penned two of my favorite childhood novels, “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” and “Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.”
It’s easy to forget about the evolution of books: Sumerian symbols engraved on stone tablets, papyrus scrolls, parchment, wax tablets, paper (aka leaf), hand-written manuscripts, illuminated manuscripts, printed books, mass-produced books, and downloadable e-books and audiobooks.
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When Sharon Clark took over as postmaster in Carl Junction in 2008, she was already a two-time cancer survivor, including having gone through a bout with breast cancer more than two decades earlier.
Three-year-old Quetzali Rodriguez, of Pittsburg, Kansas, could not resist the urge to dance with members of the Chinelos Morelenses Unidos, of Springdale, Arkansas, at Saturday’s Hispanic Heritage Day at George Washington Carver National Monument, near Diamond.
PITTSBURG, Kan. — Registration is open for two learning opportunities for entrepreneurs and business owners later this month at Block22 in downtown Pittsburg.
Columbia Elementary School will hold its annual 5K race next month to benefit two families in the Joplin School District, including the family of a Joplin High School football player who recently died after practice.
After World War I, veterans took an active role to maintain the ties built through service at home and abroad. Veterans of the Spanish-American War had been encouraged by the Grand Army of the Republic, but they were restricted from becoming members. Being a veteran was not an automatic door…
MIAMI, Okla. — Forty years after Tar Creek first came to the nation’s attention because of water pollution, a series of sediment, tissue and water samples collected throughout the Superfund Site continue to show higher-than-normal levels of heavy metals in fish, plants, mammals and invertebrates.
ALBA, Mo. — Nate and Tiffany Artinger are working to bring a unique twist to the quiet streets of Alba by creating a steampunk-themed brewery in the Old Miner’s Inn building at 208 Main St.
CARTHAGE, Mo. — The iconic 66 Drive-In Theatre in Carthage will feature its first open-air market this weekend to help raise funds for plumbing services to the 70-year-old structure.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Although Missouri American Water Co. isn't yet focused on acquiring land for its planned reservoir project in Newton County, the company has already purchased one property, with another potential purchase in the works, according to one official.
NEOSHO, Mo. — A reward for information related to the case of a beagle in Neosho that police suspected was skinned alive is now as much as $30,000, the police department announced Friday.
A Jasper County judge Thursday ordered a Carthage man to refrain from entering into any contract work for elderly persons during the course of the probation he received when he pleaded guilty to reduced charges on two counts of financial exploitation of an elderly person.
The Jasper County prosecutor's office dismissed three felonies this week that a Baxter Springs, Kansas, man had been facing from an arrest early this year in Joplin.
A 37-year-old Joplin man pleaded guilty to a reduced charge in a felony child endangerment case Thursday and received a suspended sentence and probation.
A Neosho man charged with robbery in the swiping of more than $100 worth of lottery tickets from a sales clerk at a Joplin convenience store pleaded guilty this week to a reduced charge in a plea deal capping the prison time he might receive at five years.
A Joplin man pleaded guilty Thursday to misdemeanor assault in a plea deal on a felony weapon charge and received a suspended sentence and probation.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Democratic Missouri gubernatorial challenger Nicole Galloway has outraised incumbent Republican Gov. Mike Parson in recent months, but she's still behind in cash to spend on her election bid.
The all-new Acura RDX is filled with new technology that you will enjoy and a few items that may frustrate, but its value is firmly on the right side of the ledger.
Dear Dave: I’ve heard lots of different theories and recommendations when it comes to paying off debt. Why do you advise paying off debts from smallest to largest?
CARL JUNCTION, Mo. — Heather Linscheid, an occupational therapist with the Carl Junction School District, experienced an overwhelming feeling and cried tears of joy when she saw special needs students socializing and learning on the all-new inclusive playground for the first time this fall.
Associate Judge Joe Hensley on Thursday ordered a 38-year-old defendant to stand trial on felony assault charges in the shooting of his girlfriend almost two years ago in Joplin.
Joplin police reported seizing 35 grams of methamphetamine in a traffic stop conducted Wednesday night on Missouri Highway 43 on the city's southwest side.
A Neosho teen was injured in a two-vehicle crash at 10 p.m. Wednesday on Poppy Drive, 3 miles west of Neosho in Newton County, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
A judge on Thursday ordered a Joplin man to stand trial on a felony domestic assault charge after a preliminary hearing at which his ex-girlfriend testified that he choked her and beat her to the point she lost consciousness twice during a domestic dispute Feb. 17.
A Liberal, Missouri, man pleaded guilty Thursday to sexual abuse of a Jasper County girl four years ago in Webb City and was sentenced to 17 years in prison.
This Week's Circulars
Dwight Alva Stair, 70, a disabled Navy veteran and brother of Joplin resident Michael Stair, died Sept. 28, 2019 at the Truman VA Hospital at Columbia, where he had been an ICU patient for about a month. Dwight was born Aug. 18, 1949, and grew up on Walnut Street in Rolla. He graduated from …
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