PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Block22 development in downtown Pittsburg recently received a financial boost from Evergy Inc., the parent company of Westar Energy, which donated $100,000 toward the advancement of the project.
CARTHAGE, Mo. — The Carthage Convention and Visitors Bureau is still without a director after the leading candidate who was given an offer declined to take the job.
NEOSHO, Mo. — Soon, perhaps even today, Neosho High School graduate Roger Wagner will be reunited with his class ring after losing it more than 40 years ago.
With just days left for prospective candidates to get their names on the ballot, races are developing for city and school elections in the area this spring.
Joplin City Hall and services, including the Sunshine Lamp Trolley and MAPS systems, will be closed Monday, Jan. 21, in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Missouri and its governor cannot be sued over the state’s underfunded and understaffed public defender system, a federal appeals court has ruled.
The National Weather Service says a storm stretching from the nation’s capital to Colorado could bring the highest snow totals in several years to sections of Missouri and Illinois.
A sendoff of state legislators will be from noon to 1 p.m. today in the Alumni and Constituent Relations Building at Pittsburg State University.
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services said it has received more than 250 forms and more than $2 million in application fees in the first week of accepting applications from those seeking to grow or distribute medical marijuana.