CARTHAGE, Mo. — The volunteers who maintain and perform at Stone’s Throw Dinner Theatre in Carthage are mourning the death of Tom Brown, theater manager since 2015, and an actor and director at the theater since 2005.
1. Take a hike Saturday to hear — and possibly see — short-eared owls, which are winter visitors to grassland areas in southern Missouri. The free program from the Missouri Department of Conservation, open to all ages, will be from…
NEOSHO, Mo. — Melting snow on Wednesday was a good sign for organizers of a pop culture convention.
Calling all lovers of comic books, art, video games, board games, role-playing games, cosplay, anime and more: You won’t want to miss the Neosho Art Council’s ArtCon on Saturday.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Legislation to make it harder for voters to amend the state constitution through the initiative petition process won initial approval in the Missouri House on Wednesday.
Better Business Bureau St. Louis remained a steady advocate for marketplace trust in 2022, serving consumers across eastern and Southwest Missouri and southern Illinois nearly 21.4 million times, a 37.9% increase from 2021.
PITTSBURG, Kan. — The U.S. Navy Band has chosen Pittsburg as one of 15 cities across six states to host a performance during its 2023 national tour.
Attorneys general in 20 conservative-led states are warning CVS and Walgreens that they could face legal consequences if they sell abortion pills by mail in those states. A letter Wednesday from Republican Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey to the nation’s…
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — State Sen. Jill Carter wants to find a way for some Missouri school districts to opt out the state’s accreditation program.
Given the frequency of mass shootings elsewhere, employees at the Ozark Center’s Hope Spring group spent an hour or so of their day on Tuesday learning how to respond if someone bursts into their workplace and starts shooting.