Two sisters from Bentonville, Ark., were killed and a third sister was in serious condition following a three-vehicle accident at 2:45 p.m. Thursday on Interstate 49 in Pineville, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
The 2014 KOMA Beef Conference begins at 3 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 14, at the Joplin Regional Stockyards on Interstate 44 east of Joplin. The keynote presenter for the evening is Dave Rethorst, Beef Cattle Institute Director of Outreach at Kansas State University, whose topic will be, “Animal Welfare, BQA (Beef Quality Assurance) and Beef Production — How It All Fits Together.”
On 12-16-2013, Detectives with the Jasper County Sheriff’s Office were following up on information on a location of some possible stolen items from Burglaries that occurred in Jasper County.
A southeast Kansas farmer whose video parody “What Does the Farmer Say” went viral last month has a new hit with his take on a Miley Cyrus song that features twerking cows.
Members of the agricultural advocacy, marketing and outreach team advisory board appointed by Jackie McClaskey, acting Secretary of Agriculture will provide direction for KDA advocacy, marketing and outreach program…
The last Carthage City Council meeting of 2013 included announcements of events of the coming year and a vote to accept the resignation of a veteran council member who moved somewhat unexpectedly.
The Carthage City Council on Thursday acknowledged the start of some transitions in city leadership that will end with the city elections on April 8.