Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
Updated at 6:26 PM

In addition to ongoing resurfacing work in Newton County on U.S. Highway 60 and sidewalk improvements on Business 60 in Neosho, the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) alerts motorists that one-lane traffic can be expected early this week on Missouri Route 86 just north of Racine as crews clear out ditches.

Updated at 6:21 PM

REPUBLIC — The Neosho Wildcats put it all together in the second half and improved to 5-3 with a 36-15 win Friday night over the Republic Tigers in Central Ozark Conference Large action.

Updated at 6:19 PM

The Crowder College Roughriders came through Saturday afternoon with what their head coach Brad Smith called “a huge win.”

Updated at 6:17 PM

CASSVILLE — It was the East Newton defense and a River ran through it, namely Cassville junior River Phelps.Phelps scored five touchdowns and propelled Cassville to a 54-7 win Friday night in Big 8 Conference action.

Updated at 6:16 PM

CARL JUNCTION — Carl Junction and Lamar are headed for an unbeaten showdown next week for the Big 8 Conference title for the third year in a row. The Bulldogs did their part to set up the showdown with a 63-28 win Friday night over the Seneca...

Updated at 6:14 PM

We can appreciate when groups such as Neosho Bright Futures and the United Community Fund of Neosho Area are careful to analyze how much impact a national oversight organization has on its operations and finances.

Updated at 6:09 PM

I apologize for the absence of my column the last two Sundays. In that time frame, a few things of interest have slipped into the mental file drawer of prospective That History Guy columns. Today I think I'll mention only one.

Updated at 6:08 PM

We don’t have a cat, but we do have a cat.

Updated at 6:07 PM

As sports fans, some of us mistakenly think we influence a team’s success or lack thereof.

Updated at 6:05 PM

Donna Gaston, 73, of Joplin passed away Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015 at her home.

Updated at 6:04 PM

Carl Wayne Benner, 82, of Granby died Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015 at his home after a short illness.

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