Carthage’s Finest are participating in the Fourth Annual Bell Ringing Competition on Friday, Dec. 6, from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. at Wal-mart to support the Carthage Salvation Army.
A room full of Carthaginians have their focus on local students, their needs and aspirations for a brighter future.
Fundraising campaigns to reach a goal of $300,000 look hopeful for the Carthage Area United Way.
A Carthage man was killed and three other people were hurt in a two-vehicle crash in Kansas early Saturday morning.
When Lt. Barry Duncan started out with the Carthage Police Department in 1977, police work was different and the people who worked in law enforcement were a different breed.
School was cancelled for the third straight school day on Tuesday as a winter storm brought snow to Carthage and the surrounding area making roads slick and dangerous.
A Carthage man was found dead in his home in the neighborhood near the Carthage Golf Course Tuesday morning and police say the circumstances were suspicious enough to warrant calling in dozens of investigators with the Tri-State Major Case Squad.
The Salem Country Church at Red Oak II is hosting its second fundraiser for the victims of one of the most powerful storms ever recorded.
Information was scarce as police continued on Wednesday to investigate what they now confirm was the murder of a Carthage man.
Carthage firefighters will honor Fire Marshall Tom Nixon with a reception from 2 p.m.-4 p.m. on Friday at the Carthage Fire Station.