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The following are five of the top stories published in the Globe during May 6-10. In case you missed them, here’s a recap:
After seven years of hand-holding, scientists, acting like anxious parents, have decided to let go of the first federally endangered species ever restored to Missouri.
That construction site on the east side of Main Street in the 2800 block will be the new home of Stilley Law.
When someone says the word “artist,” it can conjure up quite a variety of thoughts. For some, it’s traditional, classic artists such as da Vinci, Rembrandt or van Gogh. For others, it means a sculptor such as Michelangelo or Dale…
Things looked good late last week for a certain bill’s prospects in the Missouri Legislature — when Clifford Wert looked up the status of SB 397 and saw it had been placed on a House calendar of Senate bills for…
Low- to moderate-income homeowners in Barton, Jasper, Newton and McDonald counties will have a chance to receive free home repairs thanks to a pair of programs being offered by the Economic Security Corporation of Southwest Area.
A pilot project to install speed tables to try to curb speeding on a heavily traveled street in the Sunnyvale neighborhood will be recommended Monday night to the Joplin City Council.
Several road and lane closures will be in effect from 6 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday, May 18, to allow thousands of runners to complete the Joplin Memorial Run.
NEOSHO, Mo. — Neosho is on track to add an additional disc golf course next to its current course in Morse Park by the end of 2020.