The Salem Country Church at Red Oak II is hosting its second fundraiser for the victims of one of the most powerful storms ever recorded.
The 63rd annual Carthage Community Laymen’s Christmas Services will be held Dec. 16-20 at the Grand Avenue Church of God, 1185 S. Grand Ave.
A Carthage man was found dead in his home in the neighborhood near the Carthage Golf Course Tuesday morning and police say the circumstances were suspicious enough to warrant calling in dozens of investigators with the Tri-State Major Case Squad.
School was cancelled for the third straight school day on Tuesday as a winter storm brought snow to Carthage and the surrounding area making roads slick and dangerous.
Do you save your Christmas cards? I do, at least for several years. Sadly, sending Christmas cards seems to be a fading tradition.
A couple of backyard chicken farmers I know have their feathers ruffled, and their plight caught my attention as a fellow fowl owner.
House Speaker Tim Jones has announced his priorities for the legislative session that begins in January, calling for a focus on growth, education, Missouri values and abundant, affordable energy.
Joplin residents could learn next month what movie theater operator will be coming to the proposed Joplin Public Library/movie theater project at 20th Street and Connecticut Avenue.
A formal vote Monday by the Joplin City Council on an agreement to redevelop Joe Becker Stadium will determine whether the city will go further in negotiations to bring a professional baseball team to the city.
Webb City’s annual Christmas parade marched on Saturday, despite cold weather and gray skies. Many parade-goers, such as Carl Junction resident Kandy Fort, took refuge inside businesses along Main Street to get warm, including Minerva Candy Co.