NEOSHO, Mo. — Crowder College has used a $450,000 Catalyze grant received late last year to support Youth Coding League teams and develop digital talent across the region.
Mother Teresa once appropriately said, “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.”
NEOSHO, Mo. — The city of Neosho is awaiting official word on funding for the second phase of its High Ground Bike Preserve trail in Morse Park.
Here’s a look at how area members of Congress voted over the previous week.
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:
Having a set of wheels for all audiences has been the goal of Lexus since the beginning, and the latest version of the small UX has taken on new dimensions. Not that its sheet metal has changed — because it…
In this weekly feature, we put five questions before someone in the community. Today, we chat with Scott Clayton, of Joplin Area Habitat for Humanity.
Residents of Southwest Missouri are being asked by the Missouri Department of Economic Development to provide information about the accuracy of a map that shows access to high-speed internet or gaps in service.
Dear Dave: Is it even worth it to buy a house these days? I’ve always been told buying a house is the adult thing to do and that it’s a great investment, but I can’t find anything decent and livable…
As my proofreader, he’s the first one to read my column each week. Because most of what I write about he’s already lived through, it’s hard to get a reaction.