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Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
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Five ways you can have fun this weekend:1. Sunday is the anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack. The Japanese strike took place on Dec. 7, 1941, and 2,402 Americans were killed. Libraries, museums, historical societies and veterans groups might be commemorating the event, so check the paper for listings.2. The big movies opening at theaters this week are “Wild,” an R biopic starring Reese Witherspoon; and “The Pyramid,” an R horror flick.

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Dear Dave,My wife and I are still paying off debt, so we didn’t budget anything for Christmas. How much do you think we should spend on close friends and family members?DanDear Dan,

Updated at 11:32 PM

Stock up on holiday cookies and help the abused, abandoned and neglected dogs and cats in the area, when Faithful Friends Animal Advocates (FFAA) hosts a "Cookie Walk" this Saturday, Dec. 6.

Updated at 11:29 PM

Workers seeking employment opportunities and employers who are looking for workers have a new local outlet to make that connection.

Updated at 11:27 PM

A Neosho youth charged with felony property damage in connection with a November incident at the Neosho Golf Course will be back in court today.

Updated at 11:26 PM

The Crowder Quill art and literary magazine is now accepting contest submissions for its 35th anniversary edition.

Updated at 11:23 PM

The Neosho City Council balked at conveying an easement to Southwest Missouri Bank (SMB) Tuesday to place a sign on a strip of city property in front of the bank’s location at Business U.S. Highway 71 and Clemmons Drive, and may...

Updated at 11:22 PM

Frances Lea Amos, 91, Neosho, died Nov. 28, 2014, at her home.  

Updated at 11:20 PM

Patricia Jo (Landrum) Pettit was born on Dec. 27, 1929, in Gravois Mills, Mo., and went to be with the Lord on Nov. 26, 2014.

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