The Joplin City Council, in a closed meeting Tuesday night, reviewed 30 applications for the position that were provided by a search firm, Strategic Government Resources of Keller, Texas.
NEOSHO, Mo. — Voters will choose in April from three candidates to fill a seat on the Neosho City Council.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri lawmakers made a case to adopt stringent photo identification requirements for voting on Wednesday, just days after the state Supreme Court struck down key portions of a more lenient voter ID law as unconstitutional.
Over the years, Tamara L. Barnett has taken to heart the various Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce Business Expo themes. This year’s theme — “See the Future” — was one she enthusiastically embraced.
Revisions to an agreement between the city of Joplin and the Wildcat Glades Friends Group that would allow construction of a building for nature education on Tuesday night won initial City Council approval.
CARL JUNCTION, Mo. — Even though the tornado that hit Carl Junction last year occurred eight months ago, the city continues to work with federal and state agencies on grants to help with tornado cleanup costs.
CARTHAGE, Mo. — Carthage School District voters will decide in April whether the district will be allowed to expand and remodel the two buildings that make up the Carthage Technical Center.
NEOSHO, Mo. — An investigation into Sunshine Law violations has resulted in an order from the Missouri attorney general for the Neosho City Council and city staff to attend a training session about the law.
PITTSBURG, Kan. — The third annual Pittsburg Women’s March and Rally will kick off a year of events celebrating the centennial of the 19th Amendment.
Standing up to injustice and fighting for unity were themes reiterated for a crowd Monday during Missouri Southern State University’s 20th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration.