The Joplin Globe publishes summaries of routine and follow-up inspections performed by the Joplin Health Department. Businesses that are inspected either pass or fail based on violations found during the time of inspection. Those violations fall into two categories:
CARTHAGE, Mo. — From the longest-running marching band festival in Missouri to a car show that attracts classic vehicles from several states to the the largest parade anywhere in Southwest Missouri, the Maple Leaf Festival draws thousands to Carthage and…
CASSVILLE, Mo. — When the divers gathered Friday morning, it was meant to be a day of preparation for KISS Rebreathers’ second record-breaking descent into Roaring River Cave on Saturday.
Missouri WIC works to improve health of 80,000 Missourians each month
PITTSBURG, Kan. — Community members, Pittsburg State University students and alumni will be showing off their Gorilla pride during the 2022 Homecoming next week to celebrate one of the university’s longest standing traditions.
Joplin teens have an opportunity to show off their Lego building skills to the community.
Today in the Globe newsroom we watched history come alive.
MOUNT VERNON, Mo. — A 67-year-old Lawrence County man facing charges of trafficking in methamphetamine pleaded down to two lesser felony counts this week and was granted suspended sentences with probation.
CARTHAGE, Mo. — Landowners interested in wild horses and burros will soon have a chance to bring them home.
Two of America’s largest meat companies — JBS and Tyson Foods — have invested in a smartwatch application that allows managers to monitor workers’ movements.