Jared Lightle never anticipated that when he renewed his marriage vows Saturday, he would have to chase some guy from the wedding hall, yelling: “Stop! Thief! Stop!”
Monthly Archives: June 2014
Investors refile lawsuit against Joplin’s master develop
‘Green Menace’ strikes Missouri ash trees
Neosho group proposes 500-acre distribution hub
The Neosho Area Business and Industrial Foundation announced a proposal Monday to build the Crowder Global Gateway Intermodal Facility. The project would be 500-acre hub within the city’s Industrial Park and Foreign Trade Zone seeking to bring together the city’s rail opportunities with its access to the interstate highway system.
Hobby Lobby case sets precedent
Animal shelters filled to capacity during summer months
Summer may be fun and games for some, but it’s proving to be a burden for local animal shelters. The Joplin Humane Society is averaging between 700 and 900 animals coming in per month, largely a result of a spring/summer breeding season for cats and dogs as well as relaxed supervision by pet owners during warmer weather, shelter manager Lysa Boston said.
SLIDE SHOW: Pittsburg State commemorates 100th anniversary of fire
Today in the News: Cops say nanny left toddlers in hot car while she tanned
Police in Portland, Oregon, say that 23-year-old nanny Kristin Marie Jones left a 3-year-old and a 1-month-old in a van on a 90-degree day in May while she went to a tanning salon. No windows on the van were even cracked, and if not for the cries of the children, police might not have made it to the scene in time to rescue the children. An officer at the scene said the 3-year-old was covered in sweat after he was rescued, and that he could feel heat radiating off the toddler even through his […]