The following road and bridge projects are underway:
The following are five of the top stories published in the Globe during March 25-29. In case you missed them, here’s a recap:
If Missouri American Water is successful in its effort to build a reservoir in northern Newton County, the approximately 50 landowners in the lake’s footprint may not be the only ones whose way of life and homes are affected.
In advance of Tuesday’s Joplin Board of Education election, The Joplin Globe posed questions to the three candidates vying for two available seats.
DIAMOND, Mo. — Former President Harry Truman is coming to George Washington Carver National Monument.
A North Middle School teacher was released from the hospital Thursday afternoon after being struck by a vehicle while helping students cross the street after school, the Joplin School District announced.
For students at College Heights Christian School, missions week is more than a chance to play hooky.
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Republican legislators in Kansas helped advance Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly’s plan to boost funding for public schools Thursday before sending her an income tax relief bill that could make it harder for the state to sustain…
It’s commonplace at groundbreaking ceremonies to see dirt tossed around. At the future site of the Joplin Bungalows on Thursday, though, strong, cold winds also blew the hardhat off one of the dirt-turners and sent it flying through the air.
CARTHAGE, Mo. — Pickleball players, rejoice. Two new courts in Carthage are likely in your future.