AVILLA, Mo. — Republicans across the region gathered on their front lawns, in parking lots and on grassy hills on Saturday to show support for a parade in honor of President Donald Trump that rolled through Jasper, Lawrence and Newton…
Users of the Joplin Public Library now have more opportunities to access technology.
Claudia Swisher loves casting her ballot in person on Election Day, but this year, COVID-19 health concerns are keeping her away from the polls.
Mail-in voting is not being used much so far by voters in most Southwest Missouri counties.
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services along with the National Guard will conduct more free COVID-19 testing in Joplin and Neosho this week.
Three sports dominated the pages of the Globe and News Herald through the first decades of the 20th century: baseball, wrestling and boxing.
One thing the pandemic has done is drive people outdoors. It’s the one area of the economy that is booming.
The human face was never meant to be covered for long periods of time. But under the new norm brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s become a necessity.
Nearly 100 people — walkers, runners, cyclists and others — turned out Saturday for a ribbon cutting to officially celebrate the completion of the latest leg of the Ruby Jack Trail.
Missouri on Saturday reported 144,230 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 2,422 deaths, according to the latest data from the state Department of Health and Senior Services.