Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
Updated at 10:16 PM

James ‘Jim’ Thednal Stone, 79, Neosho, died July 20, 2014, at National Health Care in Joplin following a short illness.Jim was born March 20, 1935, in Violet Hill, Ark., and lived most of his life in Neosho. He worked at BF Goodrich in Miami, Okla., and then worked as a maintenance supervisor for Roche Laboratories in North Carolina. He was an avid hunter and fisherman.

Updated at 10:14 PM

Mr. John R. Tinsley, 79, of Noel, owner of Big Elk Camp and Canoe, died Monday, July 21, 2014.

Updated at 10:11 PM

Carolyn Anderson, 69, Pierce City, died July 19, 2014, at her home.She worked as a CNA.

Updated at 10:08 PM

A place devoted to telling visitors how life was like during the 19th century: that’s Har-Ber Village Museum, Grove, Okla.

Updated at 10:05 PM

The professional staff at the George Washington Carver National Monument are the first to say that Carver Day would not be possible without volunteers.

Updated at 10:01 PM

Student and faculty handbooks were approved by the Neosho R-5 school board this week but some revisions are in order.

Updated at 9:59 PM

It will be inconvenient for a while, but in the end the ride will be much smoother and safer at the intersection of Kodiak Rd. and Old Seneca Rd.

Updated at 9:55 PM

There is a new superintendent at Neosho Christian School.

Posted at 9:05 PM

Rhea Perlman is going back to a place where everybody knows her name...

Updated at 7:49 PM

Worrying what you're going to feed your kid during the summer while on vacation? These Jell-O recipes might help you out.

Updated at 7:46 PM

It just seems like yesterday that Jack’s Abby Brewing was opening on Morton Street as a draft only, lager only brewery.

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