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In December 1921, with memories still vivid from the flu pandemic that ravaged the world in 1918, health officials in Missouri were confronted with an... [Read More]
Edward Lee, who chairs the Department of Emergency Medical Services at Missouri Southern State University, discusses some of the opportunities available in his department with... [Read More]
The Missouri Southern volleyball team had four players log double-digit kills but fell 3-1 to Pittsburg State on Saturday at Robert Ellis Young Gym. [Read More]
Webb City put together a strong Saturday of volleyball, defeating St. Mary's Colgan in straight sets and El Dorado Springs in four sets. [Read More]
The Pittsburg State football team righted the ship on Saturday. [Read More]
The Missouri Southern football team marched into Edmond, Okla., and pulled off perhaps the biggest upset of the MIAA season thus far. [Read More]
The news from Range Line is worth celebrating. [Read More]
If you loved the Hasbro board game or the 1985 movie starring Tim Curry and Christopher Lloyd, chances are you'll embrace Joplin Little Theatre's upcoming... [Read More]
The Silver Tiger rivalry trophy dubbed "Oscar" will remain in Lamar. [Read More]
What do you do when a president is crazy? [Read More]
As the Joplin Family Y prepares to celebrate 130 years of serving our community, we take time to reflect on our beginnings and recognize the... [Read More]
United Way of Southwest Missouri and Southeast Kansas will kick off its 2021-22 campaign next week with events in Joplin and Pittsburg, Kansas. [Read More]
On an election night in the early '60s, James P. Tatum received a phone call. As he listened, his daughter, Susan Brown, could tell he... [Read More]
Alongside my love for Henry Huggins and Ribsy, Tara and his adventures in Prydain, and courageous Karana on the island of the Blue Dolphins, one... [Read More]
Two defendants waived preliminary hearings Thursday in separate felony child abuse cases in Jasper County Circuit Court and were ordered to stand trial. [Read More]
Jack Dwyer pursued a dream of getting back to the land by moving in 1972 to an idyllic, tree-studded parcel in Oregon with a creek... [Read More]
A 26-year-old man on Thursday was ordered to stand trial on charges that he raped a 15-year-old girl and endangered three other juveniles by forcing... [Read More]
Business managers and human resources managers in the Joplin area are using the word "unprecedented" to describe the employment and hiring situation now. [Read More]
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