Here’s a look at how area members of Congress voted over the previous week.
One Joplin Literacy Resource Drive
Hoping to start a tradition of helping those who are struggling with their mental health, Joplin High School students on Friday organized a fair that included several local resources, massage sessions and one fluffy support dog.
Fentanyl, a strong opioid, is changing the face of drug use and abuse across the country and in Joplin.
Students, educational leaders and business partners of the new MOSO CAPS program have all provided a positive assessment of its first year of operation, they told the Globe in multiple interviews.
Missouri lawmakers have passed a more than $50 billion state budget just hours before their deadline. The budget package approved Friday includes a whopping $2.8 billion to expand Interstate 70 to three lanes across the state. Lawmakers took up Republican…
LAMAR, Mo. — A judge sentenced a 32-year-old Lamar man this week to 30 years in prison for trafficking in methamphetamine, ordering that he serve the time in the state’s long-term drug treatment program.
Always game for a salad and pizza buffet for lunch, I checked out the new Gambino’s Pizza in Airport Drive on Wednesday, a day after its opening.
Few lawmen in the Old West are as storied as Wyatt Earp. He became a character in fictionalized dime novels in the 1880s.
Kansas has lost a legal fight over one of the voting laws that its Republican-led Legislature passed in the wake of the 2020 election. U.S. District Judge Kathryn Vratil ruled Thursday that it was unconstitutional to make it a crime…