BRANSON, Mo. — The historic “Fire in the Hole” ride at Silver Dollar City, which has been a staple in the amusement park since it opened in 1972, is being extinguished after this 2023 season.
The Joplin Globe publishes summaries of routine and follow-up inspections performed by the Joplin Health Department. Businesses that are inspected either pass or fail based on violations found during the time of inspection. Those violations fall into two categories:
Lexus RX models have entered their fifth generation with some compelling reasons to win over consumers looking for a whisper-quiet ride, interior luxury and exterior refinements.
Dear Dave: I have an uncle who wants to give some property to one of his sons, my sister and me. The property is about 2.5 acres, and it’s probably worth around $125,000. My wife and I are trying to…
In this weekly feature, we put five questions before someone in the community. Today, we chat with Jean Maneke, of the Maneke Law Group, about Sunshine Week, which is this week.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — While Missouri residents are still adjusting to last year’s voting changes, members of both parties are pushing for more changes this legislative session.
JoJoe’s, the coffee shop inside Joplin High School, has been awarded gold-level certification as a school-based enterprise by DECA.
Joplin residents face important decisions on the April 4 municipal and school board ballot, and for teachers in the Joplin school district, no decision is bigger than choosing three people from seven candidates to serve for three years on the…
CARTHAGE, Mo. — Julie Yockey, director of the Carthage Public Library, is hoping a long-standing problem with the library’s heating and air conditioning system might be fixed soon, but the library will have to close for a few days to…
Here’s a look at how area members of Congress voted over the previous week.