The Joplin Globe publishes summaries of routine and follow-up inspections performed by the Joplin Health Department.
On this June 17th, there are still a few areas in the Tropics we’re keeping an eye on. We still have a disorganized area of rain and t-storms in the western Gulf of Mexico. It’s a very disorganized trough, but it does have some gusty winds pushing 40 mph. The environmental conditions don’t really support any significant development, so the odds of a depression forming remain at 20%. This area of rain, wind and t-storms will continue to affect the Texas and Louisiana coast over the nex…
Fans of Adult Swim’s animated show Rick and Morty came out to show their support Sunday in Joplin, and purchase merchandise from the Rickmobile.
The George Washington Carver National Monument celebrated freedom Sunday during their Juneteenth event. The park has been hosting a presentation on Juneteenth, which happens every June 17th, each year for six years now.
A restructuring of the school schedule at the Carthage Intermediate Center for the 2018-2019 school year will result in changes to the fifth- and sixth-grade band program, a decision that has prompted backlash from the band booster club.
NEOSHO, Mo. — This year’s Celebrate Neosho event, the city’s Independence Day celebration, will focus on paying tribute to active-duty military, veterans, police officers, firefighters and emergency service professionals.
Two of the main issues awaiting the Joplin City Council on Monday will be police and fire department demands and controversy over the Mohaska Trail.
Most local school districts fared well in the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s 2018 school bus inspections, the patrol’s report shows.
A Missouri man who served 36 years in prison is enjoying his freedom with his family after he had his sentence commuted by former Gov. Eric Greitens.
The University of Kansas has expanded a program to help students earn a bachelor’s degree in three years.