Missouri’s revenues are up more than 5 percent this fiscal year and the state’s budget chief says that means the governor will likely not need to further freeze spending.
Joplin Municipal Court Log for January 6, 2015
FORT SCOTT, Kan. — A Southeast Kansas woman says she was knocked down and trampled during an “early Black Friday” promotion and is suing Wal-Mart for not doing enough to protect her.
Construction on the biggest addition to the Avilla R-13 school building in decades is approaching the half-way mark.
Jasper County Commissioners have made an offer on the land at southeast corner of the Carthage Square and will discuss the response to the offer in a closed meeting at 9 a.m. today.
At Prairie State Park, getting up close to nature means coming face to face with a 700-pound American bison with no bars or fences between you and it.
On Christmas Eve, The Carthage Press reported of an accident on Monday, Dec. 22 that left a Sarcoxie man in serious condition.