The City of Joplin will have several collection points for discarded, live Christmas trees running through January 31st…
As filing continues for seats on the Carthage City Council and Carthage R-9 Board of education, city officials already know that one council member will not be filing to return to the city’s governing body.
The city of Carthage Recycling Center will be accepting tree limbs brought down in the recent ice storm from Carthage residents through Saturday, Jan. 4, 2014 without charge.
“I can’t believe you’re leaving!”
Staff members at Missouri Southern State University are planning the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service for the week of Jan. 20.
After meeting needs for more classroom space, construction of tornado safe rooms would be the top priority among patrons of the Carthage School District if they are asked to consider a bond issue early next year.
The City Council has advanced a proposal for a $2.5 million bond issue to pay for construction of a city swimming pool. The council approved the first reading of the measure by a 6-0 vote during a meeting Monday night. The panel will vote Jan. 13 whether to place the proposal on the April 8 election ballot.
Bright Futures USA now counts Oswego, Kan., as the organization’s 19th affiliate community. The affiliation was formally approved earlier this month by the Oswego Board of Education, on a recommendation from Superintendent Mark LaTurner.
The Lawrence County prosecutor and a Barry County attorney were disciplined Tuesday by the Missouri Supreme Court for violations of conduct rules in a civil case they handled.
On Dec. 18, Tom and Amber Turner had been preparing to put up some Christmas decorations and celebrate the holiday as they always had, with Tom’s family and their nieces and nephews. Today, they’ve instead been celebrating with strangers.