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

By Peter BeckerMore Content NowFull moon is this coming Tuesday (Feb. 3) and is nearly full for a next few nights before and after.This week, should skies be clear, look a bit left of due west, about an hour after sunset for brilliant planet Venus. A small telescope will show Venus as a small white disc, the whiteness due to the eternal envelope of clouds surrounding this beastly hot world.

Posted at 1:01 AM

Sick of the usual party games? Looking for something new to entertain your family and friends with at your next gathering ó on your smartphone. There are a plethora of fun games you can play that run on your iOS or Android phone, putting a...

Updated at 11:48 PM

From now until Monday, Feb. 5, Crowder College art and design faculty have artwork on display in the Longwell Museum located inside the Elsie Plaster Community Center, on the Neosho campus.Museum hours are from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.,...

Updated at 11:45 PM

Numerous FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) students from various schools participated in the Missouri FCCLA Region 11 STAR event at the Racine Christian Church on Thursday.

Updated at 11:42 PM

Random acts of kindness were on full display on Neosho’s downtown square Thursday morning.

Updated at 11:39 PM

"Building Neosho’s Future. It’s Time."

Updated at 11:36 PM

I was thinking about an article I read in the Balaton (Minn.) Press-Tribune the other day as I walked along Wildcat Boulevard. The article’s title was "Ralco Acquires Shrimp Production Patent."

Updated at 11:34 PM

So, in last week’s column I talked about the progressive’s definition of rich and how it changes to meet the needs of the massive beast called government spending. At the end I opined that one day we might all be...

Updated at 11:30 PM

The 70 degree day on Wednesday was my favorite day of the week. Now I’m seeing snow in the forecast as I prepare to smoke some ribs prior to the 5:30 p.m. kickoff Sunday for Super Bowl XLIX. I keep reminding myself that spring is...

Updated at 11:26 PM

The McDonald County Mustangs more than doubled their first half offensive production in the second half during a 54-29 victory Thursday night over the Seneca Indians in Big 8 Conference play.

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