Health officials in Joplin as well as Jasper and Newton counties will follow procedures that are established for a pandemic flu outbreak if the coronavirus spreads here.
MOUNT VERNON, Mo. â€” Robyn Jett testified Monday that she knew her husband would be angry when she returned home Oct. 27 after an accident that wrecked his grandfather’s car.
As warmer months draw near, officials are advising the public to use this week as an opportunity to devise an emergency plan and prepare for all types of weather.
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CARTHAGE, Mo. — The Carthage Technical Center is joining career and technical education carpentry programs across the nation in announcing it will construct a tiny home at its north campus.
While there are no positive cases of coronavirus in Missouri to date, state Rep. Lane Roberts, R-Joplin, wants residents to know state officials are taking action to get ahead of any problems.
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Medical marijuana sales in Missouri won’t likely begin until the second half of 2020, but the state health department has already approved more than 35,000 patients who want to use the drug, far exceeding projections.
LA RUSSELL, Mo. — The La Russell Area Neighborhood Watch group will hold a meeting at 6:30 p.m. tonight at the La Russell Community Building, located at 575 S. Main St.
The Missouri and Kansas annual statewide tornado drills will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday.
The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks has announced a shortage of all negative blood types. Donations can be made at the following blood drives this week: