Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
Updated at 1:22 AM

The Flowerbox City Newcomers Club held its regular monthly meeting Sept. at First Christian Church in Neosho. After a potluck lunch, Tim Mitchell, owner of Mitchell’s Drug Stores, Family Pharmacy of Neosho, Country Care Pharmacy and Advantage Health Care, gave the program. He spoke about recommended vaccines for adults, which include flu, pneumonia, shingles, tetanus and hepatitis B booster. He was assisted by Krystal Frossard, a pharmacy candidate.

Updated at 1:20 AM

Ruby E. Perkins, 84, of Pineville passed away Wednesday, Sept.30, 2015 in Joplin.

Updated at 1:19 AM

While we’re all for getting outside and exercising, not if it means you can’t be seen at nighttime by drivers, which seems to be a recurring problem in and around Neosho. This especially is true on hilly streets that have a short line of...

Updated at 1:15 AM

Stephen R. Miller, chairman of the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission, discusses the tough work environment for Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) employees the past few years as though they are burdened more than the rest of...

Updated at 1:13 AM

One of my all-time favorite New York Yankees is dead. Yogi Berra was not only a good baseball player, but he won a lot of hearts with his language.

Updated at 1:09 AM

The Neosho Wildcats used a 17-play, 68-yard scoring drive late in the first half that devoured 7 minutes, 17 seconds off the clock and produced seven points to earn a 13-7 halftime score Friday night against the Webb City Cardinals.

Updated at 1:01 AM

ANDERSON — After winning in overtime in last season’s game, Seneca head football coach Dan Scheible figured Friday night’s matchup with McDonald County would be another battle.

Updated at 1:00 AM

DIAMOND — For the second time this season, the Diamond Wildcats won two games in a row after a loss.

Updated at 12:58 AM

GRANBY — Two of the dominant forces in Missouri high school football played in Newton County on Friday night.Webb City defeated Neosho 35-7 at Bob Anderson Stadium and Lamar beat East Newton 63-6 at Don Johnston Stadium.

Updated at 12:57 AM

Neosho Youth Wrestling signups will be from 5-6 p.m. Wednesdays in October at the Neosho R-5 School District Administration Center on Fairground Road in the wrestling room.

Updated at 12:56 AM

BELTON — Neosho’s doubles team of Zoe Mitchell and Mandy Merideith kept their season alive Friday in the Class 2, District 12 individual tournament.

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