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Posted on 4.20.15 at 11:08 PM
Crosslines moving; pantry may close for a few days
Joplin Globe
Konrad Fehrenbach, manager of the Crosslines food pantry, unloads donations on Monday morning. The used-clothing and food pantry will be moving ...

Posted on 4.20.15 at 10:06 PM
Library design plans nearly finished
Joplin Globe
Joplin residents will get to see design plans next week for the new Joplin Public Library, it was announced Monday night ...

Posted on 4.20.15 at 10:06 PM
Molotov cocktails left outside Joplin residence
Joplin Globe
A Joplin man reported finding two Molotov cocktails left burning early Saturday morning beside a parked vehicle outside his home. Joshua ...

Posted on 4.20.15 at 10:06 PM
Goodman woman hurt in accident near Duenweg
Joplin Globe
A Goodman woman was injured in a single-vehicle accident at 1 p.m. Monday on Missouri Highway 249, a mile north of ...

Posted on 4.20.15 at 10:06 PM
Corporate headquarters tax bills sent to Missouri governor
The State
Two tax measures that would benefit businesses based in Missouri are heading to Gov. Jay Nixon's desk after passing the Legislature. ...

Posted on 4.20.15 at 10:06 PM
Clinton Police Department, Missouri Highway Patrol investigate bomb threat at ...
CLINTON, Mo. - The Clinton Police Department and the Missouri State Highway Patrol are investigating a bomb threat at the WalMart ...

Posted on 4.20.15 at 10:06 PM
Michael Brown memorial tree cut in half
CBS News
FERGUSON, Mo. - A memorial tree for Michael Brown, the unarmed 18-year-old black man who was killed last summer by a ...

Posted on 4.20.15 at 9:06 PM
Driver pleads guilty to manslaughter in fatal crash
Joplin Globe
A 26-year-old man pleaded guilty Monday to manslaughter in an alcohol-related accident two years ago in Joplin that claimed the life ...

Posted on 4.20.15 at 8:10 PM
Mission Hills prepping for historic recognition
An effort to get the Mission Hills mansion listed on the National Register of Historic Places will soon get underway, the ...

Posted on 4.20.15 at 7:06 PM
Carthage-Joplin Regional Stockyards
Compared to last Wednesday, slaughter cows sold steady to 1.00 hihger and slaughter bull sold 2.00-3.00 higher. The offering included a ...

Posted on 4.20.15 at 7:06 PM
Review of Missouri K-12 learning goals further strained
Columbia Missourian
JEFFERSON CITY -- A panel of Missouri teachers and parents tasked with reviewing the state's education standards is so divided that ...

Posted on 4.20.15 at 6:06 PM
Earp inks with NEO
Jay senior Jenny Earp, seated center, signs a letter of intent to be a part of the rodeo team at NEO ...

Posted on 4.20.15 at 6:06 PM
Review of Missouri's K
12 school standards proves divisive
Panelists attended a meeting of the Missouri State Board of Education on Monday. Representatives of the eight groups looking at rewriting ...

Posted on 4.20.15 at 6:06 PM
Missouri high school baseball rankings for April 20
Springfield News-Leader
Forsyth won three games last week but still lost the top spot in the Class 3 state coaches poll. The Missouri ...

Posted on 4.20.15 at 5:06 PM
Missouri State baseball watch party Tuesday at Big Whiskey's
Springfield News-Leader
Missouri State baseball is ranked. Mizzou baseball is ranked. Tuesday is the first time the teams will meet while both are ...

Posted on 4.20.15 at 5:06 PM
Editorial: Missouri chamber once again gets discrimination all wrong
The Missouri chamber's monkey wrench has to do with an effort on another bill that seeks to narrow the workplace discrimination ...

Posted on 4.20.15 at 4:06 PM
Miami hits road, Bears host district
Miami News Record
Miami travels to Jay and Wyandotte will host a Class 2A baseball district tournament according to information released by the Oklahoma ...

Posted on 4.20.15 at 4:06 PM
Missouri Corrections' Puppies for Parole celebrates 3000th adoption
The Missouri Department of Corrections' Puppies for Parole program has celebrated its' 3,000

Posted on 4.20.15 at 3:06 PM
Missouri Pay It Forward assists Columbia homeless organization
Missouri Pay It Forward Founder Sylvia Sprinkle delivered a truckload of necessities to the Turning Point organization. Sprinkle was able to ...

Posted on 4.20.15 at 2:06 PM
Missouri Town Elects Black Female Mayor, Police and Gov't Officials Resign
The town of Parma, Mo., elected a black female mayor for the first time in its history, and shortly afterward, five ...

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