A standing ovation commenced as a speechless Sue Vandergriff was presented with the 2015 Richard M. Webster Citizen of the Year Award at the Carthage Chamber of Commerce Annual Banquet Jan. 15.
Cake, ice cream, punch and a history lesson will be part of a big party from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. on Friday to celebrate Jasper County’s 175th birthday.
About a year ago, officials with the Jasper fire department started calling the Barton County Ambulance District, citing better response times to the Jasper area.
In 2013, Doug Osborn opened The Palms Massage and Day Spa on the Square.
A second person has been charged in a love triangle killing in southern Missouri.
An assistant professor at the University of Missouri has pleaded not guilty to a misdemeanor assault charge stemming from a campus run-in with student journalists during protests in November.
Lawmakers are considering an amendment that would give Kansans a constitutional right to hunt, fish and trap wildlife.
A Missouri lawmaker says a colleague upset over a right-to-work bill took a swing at him in an alley outside a Jefferson City restaurant and the two ended up in a fistfight.
Kansas lawmakers say they want more control over state finances after the Department of Transportation issued $400 million in bonds and arranged to only pay interest for the first decade.
Three former members of the Crescent Police Department accused of pawning their city-issued firearms have each been charged with embezzlement.