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

The mother of a 2-year-old came to see me about something new in her daughter’s behavior that was a source of concern. The child has started making a throat-clearing sound. The doctor can find no basis for this medically and reassured the mother that it was just a passing tic like others that come and go in children. The mother, however, was not reassured.

Updated at 12:52 AM

By season four, shows can run into trouble. The characters are familiar and the storylines are established. Raising the stakes to keep viewers interested is tricky. Add too much new material and you risk losing focus on what drew the audience to...

Updated at 11:42 PM

It took a community of people to make it happen, and a community of people spoke about the positive effects it will have on the community, as groundbreaking ceremonies Monday afternoon set the stage for the beginning of construction of...

Updated at 11:39 PM

The Neosho R-5 Board of Education opened Monday’s monthly meeting by paying tribute to the Neosho’s Future Committee which ushered a $24 million bond issue to build a junior high school to victory in the April 7 election.

Updated at 11:35 PM

Crowder College’s tuition could rise next year, but that doesn’t mean the college will see increased revenues in its 2015-2016 budget.

Updated at 11:29 PM

Every team experiences changes with its lineup over the course of a long season.The Crowder College Roughriders, through a steady rash of injuries, have progressively changed from its season opener Feb. 7 against Northeastern...

Updated at 11:26 PM

For the second time in less than a week, Neosho won a Central Ozark Conference dual against Carthage, winning 6-3 at home Monday after 7-2 away last Thursday.

Updated at 11:24 PM

The Diamond Wildcats ran their overall record to 8-6, their Spring River Valley Conference mark to 3-2 and their winning streak to three with a 13-5 home victory over the Liberal Bulldogs.

Updated at 11:17 PM

It was well worth the wait for Crowder.

Updated at 10:40 PM

Texas-based Blue Bell Creameries issued a voluntary recall Monday night for all of its products on the market after two samples of chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream tested positive for listeria, a potentially deadly bacteria.

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