The Joplin parks and recreation department will start offering monthly RecCreation activity kits for children to do from home.
CARTHAGE, Mo. — When Amy Campbell decided to take the job of Carthage Area United Way director early in 2019, no one was predicting a global pandemic and the collapse of world economies.
BAXTER SPRINGS, Kan. — A nursing home dealing with a COVID-19 outbreak among residents and staff updated its numbers Thursday with the results of recent testing.
An 11-year-old girl testified Thursday that Arch “Keith” Robinson molested and sexually assaulted her at a Carthage residence.
The detective who conducted a second interview of the suspect in the abuse of 2-year-old Jameson Long testified Thursday that Brian O’Grodnick admitted hitting the boy the night before the child was taken to a hospital in critical condition.
The United Way of Southwest Missouri and Southeast Kansas won’t set a target fundraising goal for its 2020 campaign because of the uncertainty of the pandemic, organizers announced Thursday during a virtual campaign kickoff event.
To many, the area immediately south of what’s known on Missouri Southern State University’s campus as the biology pond is an overgrown swamp, rife with mosquitoes and creepy-crawlies.
Three months after the Joplin region became the country’s No. 1 hot spot for the average daily growth rate of COVID-19 cases over the previous seven days, it is creeping back in that direction, although this time the growth rate…
Nearly everyone on the Missouri Southern State University campus knows of the biology pond.
The United Way of Southwest Missouri and Southeast Kansas will hold a virtual campaign kickoff at 6:30 p.m. today on its Facebook page.