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Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
Posted at 1:01 AM

Many mothers have raised questions and expressed concerns about the impact of separation on their preschool children. These questions relate to summer programs rather than the start of school since many day camp programs for even pre- preschool children now exist. The concerns expressed range from whether this might help children be prepared for school in the fall to whether a bad experience would make starting school more difficult.

Posted at 1:01 AM

TIP OF THE WEEKFrom “just-because” gatherings to birthday blowouts and major holidays, you’ll have everything you need to personalize your party with these quick party tricks.

Updated at 12:21 AM

A staff member and former student at Teen Challenge of the Four States soon will head to Fiji to help start a Teen Challenge center.

Updated at 12:16 AM

The works of famed late artist John Galey will be the centerpiece of the second annual John Galey Art & Music Festival on Saturday at One14 Coffee Bar & Venue, 114 N. Wood St., Neosho.

Updated at 12:13 AM

“Every Hero Has a Story” is the theme of the Summer Reading Program under way at both branches of the Neosho/Newton County Library.

Updated at 12:10 AM

A way to honor Newton County cancer survivors will be at 6 p.m. Friday at the Neosho United Methodist Christian Life Center, 111 N. Bus. 71 at Baxter Road, Neosho.

Updated at 12:08 AM

A Joplin woman awaits extradition from Oklahoma to face an armed robbery charge in Newton County.

Updated at 12:04 AM

An ongoing item of unfinished business awaits Neosho City Council at today’s 7 p.m. meeting in council chambers of city hall, 203 E. Main St.

Updated at 11:59 PM

Helen L. Harris, 92, Carthage, passed away Saturday, May 30, 2015, at St. Luke’s Nursing Center, Carthage.

Updated at 11:56 PM

Doris Jean Whithorn, 77, Neosho, died May 29, 2015, at Medicalodge in Neosho, following four months of ill health.

Updated at 11:52 PM

Sometimes it’s interesting to revisit issues that have become law to get an update as to how they are progressing in our state. Such is the case with the 2014 House Bill 2238, the CBD Hemp Oil legislation.

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