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Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
Updated at 12:02 AM

A growing Neosho High School program has big plans for future growth.FFA advisors Jennifer Thogmartin and Austin Steele heralded the success of last year’s members to the R-5 board of education this week while planting seeds for charting the future.

Updated at 11:55 PM

The accolades keep coming for a Neosho High School student, honored this time not just for her schoolwork, but also for her work within the community.

Updated at 11:52 PM

Amanda Friel, Webb City, helped one of her four children, Carly, 6, look through a spotter scope during Saturday’s Stella Eagle Day.

Updated at 11:50 PM

Helen L. Tyler Johnson McCammon, 88, Joplin, passed from her earthly life on Jan. 22, 2015, at Mercy Hospital, peacefully with her family at her side.  

Updated at 11:47 PM

Maxine S. Kimbrough-Gum, 95, Stella, died Jan. 23, 2015, in Neosho after declining health.  

Updated at 11:39 PM

The legacy of World War II Camp Crowder continues to fascinate me.

Updated at 11:38 PM

The year was 1944. She was born in Pineville, several doctors’ offices and other professionals were in Pineville and her family lived out west of Anderson, just east of New Bethel School.

Updated at 11:35 PM

Things are picking up after a lull for the holidays. Civic clubs, fraternal clubs and all others seem to get a new head of steam in January. This is reflected in the newspaper as more club meetings and news show up telling us what folks...

Updated at 11:33 PM

A staff of three.One hundred and twenty three miles of roadway to care for.

Updated at 11:31 PM

The Neosho Wildcats fell to 8-9 with a 74-42 loss Saturday afternoon to the Marshfield Bluejays in the Shootout at the Lake.

Updated at 11:29 PM

The Crowder Lady Roughriders dropped to 5-17 overall, 1-3 in Region 16 play with a 75-64 loss Saturday to the Jefferson Lady Vikings.

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