A new store opening this week on Range Line Road aims to make teachers’ lives a little bit easier by stocking supplies they need for their classrooms.
I remember as a child visiting J.R. Learning in Joplin. It was a teacher supply store and my mother was a teacher, so she was a frequent visitor there, with me tagging along.
As a child, Morgan Cox used to pretend to be sick so she could go to school and watch her mother teach.
Deb McCarthy followed a family path into public education, becoming a fifth-grade teacher in the same small coastal Massachusetts town where her mother taught for more than 50 years.
Absentee voting has opened in Missouri for the April 4 town and school elections.
Services will be held Wednesday for Robert Gene (Bob) Cooper, former longtime editorial page editor of The Joplin Globe who had many ties to the Joplin community.
NEOSHO, Mo. — Crowder College’s Lee Library is seeking donations of used books for its annual book sale, which will be April 18-20 in the Wright Conference Center inside the Arnold Farber building on the Neosho campus.
Since 2009, it has been illegal in Missouri for anyone under 21 to send a text message from a handheld device while driving.
CARTHAGE, Mo. — A collectibles show for coins, stamps and postcards will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at Memorial Hall, 407 S. Garrison.
Serita Eldridge stepped back in time Monday to 1926, the year when a recently formed chapter of the Urban League held a dance at Joplin’s new Memorial Hall.