WEBB CITY, Mo. — It’s calendar time at Webster Primary Center, and David Meinershagen is reviewing the days of the week with the first-grade classroom for which he is a substitute teacher.
Joplin police and fire vacancies are on a downward trend after last year’s high turnover rates in the departments.
While it was happening, the transformation of the former Ruby Tuesday restaurant into a First Watch cafe seemed to go on forever. The work took place over several months after the unexpected closing of Ruby Tuesday in February of last…
With all the controversy in the news of late about “the wall,” readers may not remember a wall was a major source of contention more than 100 years ago in the Tri-State District. The rivalry between Empire City and Galena…
Franklin Technology Center will purchase four headwall simulators for its licensed practical nursing program after authorization last week by the Joplin Board of Education.
CARTHAGE, Mo. — The Carthage Artwalk will look a little different this year, as one spring event will take the place of monthly events in 2019.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — The Veterans Health Care System of the Ozarks will hold a town hall Monday morning to give the final update on a review of pathology cases that was launched last summer after a doctor was accused of…
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Women still make up only about a quarter of Missouri lawmakers despite gains in what was nationally a record-setting election for female candidates.
Appointments are now being accepted for people in need of tax preparation assistance through the Carthage Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.
A baseball league organizer did not submit the first lease payment for Joe Becker Stadium by Jan. 15, as specified by a contract with the city of Joplin, but has told city officials the payment is coming.