EL DORADO SPRINGS, Mo. — Bill Neale speaks the language of Southwest Missouri.
Soon after the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service added the lesser prairie chicken to its list of threatened species this spring, a prairie fire of sorts erupted.
A representative of the state auditor’s office will be at the Joplin City Council meeting Tuesday night to discuss the steps that will be taken for a petition audit of the city.
The Joplin City Council will be asked Tuesday night to approve nine special events grants recommended by the Joplin Convention and Visitors Bureau’s advisory board in its annual grant round.
About an inch of rain fell on the Joplin area this morning as a line of storms passed through the area, and the National Weather Service in Springfield said another round of storms is expected to brin
PITTSBURG, Kan. — Just two days after a third football was damaged in the second SEK Art Fest in downtown Pittsburg, a fourth was damaged, prompting organizers of the public art display to ponder wher
“We set out early,” William Clark wrote on June 26, 1804. “The river falling a little. The wind from the S.W. …”