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.
Parishioners seated in St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church in Joplin can look to their right and see the Christmas story expressed in two beautifully wrought stained glass windows. The two windows begin the New Testament story of Jesus: a visit by the angel Gabriel to Mary, followed by the Nativity, depicted in the second window.
Citing the benefits of Missouri’s fiscal discipline, Gov. Jay Nixon today made available $40.1 million for a variety of programs and projects for the current fiscal year, including $18 million in improvements at the State Capitol building and $5 million for projects at Missouri State Parks.
After meeting needs for more classroom space, construction of tornado safe rooms would be the top priority among patrons of the Carthage R-9 School District if they are asked to consider a school bond issue early next year.
The Parsons Chamber is excited to announce the winners of the Holiday Lighting Contest. Nineteen residents and five businesses entered the lighting contest.
Due to recent ice storms, the Pittsburg Parks and Recreation department will perform a city wide limb pickup starting on Monday, January 6th for Pittsburg residents. Locations must be within city limits.