In a move to protect the state’s white-tailed deer population from chronic wasting disease, the Missouri Conservation Commission has approved proposed amendments to regulations regarding the operation of hunting preserves and wildlife breeding operations that hold white-tailed deer and other cervids, or horned animals.
Mercy Hospital Joplin is cutting 11 jobs in Joplin and 14 jobs in Carthage as part of its previously announced workforce reduction.
On Sunday afternoon my wife walked into the family room where I was sitting and asked if I was OK.
Kids in Neosho, Missouri are learning about bugs, trees, art, and robots through a summer adventure program called “Learn, Grow, Do”. It’s a weekly program that started Monday and runs through August.
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster will hold a news conference at 1 p.m. Tuesday in Springfield to announce action his office is taking in connection with a fish kill in late May that involved Clear Creek in Barry and Lawrence counties.
Railroad Street will be closed at the intersections of Hill, Furnace and North Streets starting immediately thru Tuesday, June 17, 2014 at 5:30 p.m. The road closure is due to the MNA Railroad making repairs to their tracks.
A concert by regional bands will lead up to the main event — a fireworks show — at Joplin’s Independence Day Celebration on Friday, July 4.
A new source of continued funding for the International Film Society has been set up at Missouri Southern State University. The Harrison and June Kash International Film Society endowment was recently established through the Missouri Southern Foundation.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) Bureau of Waste Management (BWM) has announced the Orphan Tire Clean-Up Program designed to foster increased collection of abandoned waste tires.
The designation will come from the Military Order of the Purple Heart, with a formal presentation to be held at the Tuesday, June 17 City Council meeting at 7 p.m. in the council chambers at Neosho City Hall, 203 E. Main.