Businesses across Carthage will be offering specials and promotions to celebrate small business Nov. 29.
A gift from a law firm isn’t normally something that would cause someone’s eyes to light up, but eyes were definitely lighting up on students at Fairview Elementary School in Carthage on Friday.
Does Saudi Arabia have it out for frackers in the U.S.? Or Iran? Or Russia? Will low oil prices make it easier to fight the Islamic State? Or harder?
There were stern discussions Tuesday as members of the Joplin Redevelopment Corp. prodded a representative of the city’s contracted master development firm to say why a delay was needed in land purcha
About a dozen people bundled up against the cold Tuesday night to participate in a march on Joplin’s Main Street in support of the civil rights protests in Ferguson.
The Joplin School District and a local nonprofit arts organization are teaming up to try to make use of the new high school’s performing arts center.
PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Pittsburg City Commission rubber stamped the final step Tuesday night to opening the door to another casino developer interested in building in Crawford County.
BAXTER SPRINGS, Kan. — Eighth-grader Billy Buck said he isn’t sure what the world will be like in 25 years, but on Tuesday he fastened the lid of a time capsule that will be opened in November 2039.
You see them at airports across the country — posters welcoming visitors and introducing them to what a city has to offer in terms of culture and activities.
Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014 – In a recent crowning ceremony, the American Indian Center for Excellence (AICE) in conjunction with the Native American Student Association (NASA) at Northeastern Oklahoma AM College (NEO) crowned Dava Daylight as the third Miss Indian NEO.Daylight is a freshman Psychology and Sociology major from Pawhuska, Oklahoma. She represents the Quapaw, Osage, Shawnee and Delaware Tribes, and her past accomplishments include teaching drug and alcohol awareness classes for eleme…