SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — A Joplin man was sentenced Thursday in federal court for illegally possessing a firearm after he led law enforcement officers on a high-speed pursuit on his motorcycle across state lines.
Awhile back, I reported that a new deli was coming to the central part of Joplin. Well, that deli has opened, and from the looks of the foot traffic inside, it’s going to do well.
Folklorists come from many backgrounds. Academics, writers, musicians, artists and historians are commonly found in their midst.
Erimish, an online Joplin-based jewelry business, is getting its moment in the spotlight after singer and Grammy Award winner Taylor Swift was photographed wearing one of its customized beaded bracelets during the Kansas City Chiefs football game last weekend.
Two classes of cardiopulmonary resuscitation are being offered by the Joplin Health Department on Wednesday, Nov. 8, for the public.
“For me, gardening was recreation in the most literal sense, the ‘recreation’ of mind, body and spirit that comes from leaving day-to-day life for an interlude of more novel and refreshing experiences. Gardening was, in a word, calming. It was…
FAIRVIEW, Mo. — The Missouri Department of Natural Resources is investigating a recent sludge spill from a Fairview-area lagoon involving a company that has come under the scrutiny of residents and officials in Newton and McDonald counties over the application…
NEOSHO, Mo. — The Crowder Quill, the art and literary magazine of Crowder College, is now accepting entries for its annual contest in literature, photography and art.
When Joplin was struck by a massive tornado on May 22, 2011, emergency medical services were hampered by the lack of immediate access to medical supplies and basic communications.
The large pink ribbon has made a return this year to the hill at Mercy Hospital Joplin.