NEOSHO, Mo. — Teens involved in a summer camp at Crowder College this week are learning the ins and outs of manufacturing while also gaining basic entrepreneurial skills.
Members of the Joplin Celebration Commission this week discussed a need for the creation of a logo and a central icon for Joplin’s 150th birthday observance in 2023.
Finding a reliable pet sitter or place to board pets is critical for pet owners who travel. Besides entrusting the care of your furry, scaly or feathered friend to another person or business, using a sitter means that person will…
GOODMAN, Mo. — A 6-year-old girl was electrocuted Tuesday when she tried to use a vacuum to inflate her swimming pool, according to McDonald County Sheriff Michael Hall.
Residents at the Joplin School District’s second day of public forums said they support combining West Central and Columbia, the district’s two oldest elementary schools, into one building at a new location.
After less than a year of service, the Neosho City Council will begin a search for a city manager to replace Leland Butcher, who has turned in a letter of resignation.
A small group of people told the Joplin School District on Tuesday that its members recognize issues exist for the two oldest schools, Columbia and West Central, but they offered mixed opinions on which solution is best for the long…
MIAMI, Okla. — Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College has received grants totaling nearly $70,000 to help prevent the spread of opioid abuse in the state.
Commissioners of the Joplin Housing Authority are assessing how to correct a failing score received from the agency’s last federal audit.
A Joplin man accused of breaking the leg of his infant son entered a guilty plea to an amended charge on Monday in Jasper County Circuit Court and is set for sentencing on Aug. 26.