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Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
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September 14Word of the Day, This Day in History, Number to Know, Website of the Day, Today’s Featured Birthday and Daily Quote.Word of the Dayvenerate \ VEN-uh-rayt \ transitive verb; To regard or treat with reverence; revere. — Dictionary.comThis Day in HistorySept. 14, 1814: Francis Scott Key writes the poem “Defence of Fort McHenry.” Later, set to music, the poem becomes the lyrics to “The Star-Spangled Banner.”Number to Know

Updated at 12:26 AM

Visitors to the George Washington Carver National Monument on Saturday had the opportunity to see how Carver and others lived during late 19th century.

Updated at 12:23 AM

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Updated at 12:20 AM

"HAWK" lights are what they are called, and Neosho is unique for having the ‘High intensity, Activated cross WalK’ system set up on Neosho Boulevard in front of Neosho High School.

Updated at 12:18 AM

Brayden Mikeal Morris was born on April 6, 2011, in Joplin. Brayden was born with a rare genetic condition called Cockayne Syndrome Type Two. Only 1 in 500,000 children in the world are born with it.

Updated at 12:16 AM

Lova A. Coberley, 90, Springdale, Ark., formerly of Rocky Comfort, died Sept. 12, 2014, in Springdale.  

Updated at 12:15 AM

Homecoming is Friday at Neosho High School, though a week of festivities gets underway early on Monday.

Updated at 12:13 AM

I recently read about a popular building renovation trend in which old drugstores are being turned into restaurants.

Updated at 12:11 AM

It’s been a peculiar and demanding week here in Southwest Missouri and so I am going to apologize for repeating some information I shared with you a couple of years ago. Please accept my apology, will definitely try to come up with...

Updated at 12:09 AM

The history series I am doing for this newspaper has led me into corners of this town that I haven’t visited in a while. I considered a story on the rise of the Boulevard, but decided against it because it was so time consuming.

Updated at 12:08 AM

Despite a 7-0 lead at halftime, the Diamond High School Wildcats fell to the Pierce City Eagles 18-14 in a Spring River Valley Conference game at home Friday night.

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