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

Have you noticed the leaping dipper?The Big Dipper, in its never tiring circumlocution of the northern heavens, presents itself on spring evenings as if it is leaping in a burst of joy. Let your imagination soar, just as the ancients did who organized the stars into constellation patterns. It’s not extremely scientific, but it’s all part of the love of the night sky that keeps us, from professional scientist to the casual star watcher, with their neck craned back and their eyes looking up.

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By Christopher LawrenceThe Las Vegas Review Journal

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There are a few things you should know before seeing this seventh installment in the “Fast and Furious” series. It’s a sequel, of sorts, to 2006’s “The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.” If you haven’t seen the previous films, you’d get more...

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It takes awhile to figure out if “While We’re Young” is a comedy or a drama. It’s very funny, with some of the laughs coming from the sharp dialogue, others coming from the perfectly timed delivery of it. But it also takes on serious themes, about...

Updated at 11:45 PM

WEST SENECA, Okla. — At 11 a.m. on Thursday, a huge line entered the doors of the new Bordertown Casino and Arena, on Oneida Street, West Seneca, Okla.

Updated at 11:43 PM

GRANBY — The topic of anti-bullying was addressed by a video made by student council members at Granby Junior High School.

Updated at 11:38 PM

Road projects that will begin next month in Neosho were showcased at a public meeting hosted Thursday evening at Neosho Middle School by the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) and the Neosho Transportation Development District (TDD).

Updated at 11:28 PM

As it eyes the construction of over $5 million in road projects this summer and fall, the Neosho Transportation Development District (TDD) board of directors are looking farther into the future to keep pace with Neosho’s transportation needs.

Updated at 11:24 PM

I sometimes even impress myself with my stupidity. Maybe stupidity is the wrong word, although I’m sure that some people would say that it probably is correct. No, the more appropriate word is my lack of continued faith.

Updated at 11:22 PM

I was thinking about people I admire as I walked along Wildcat Boulevard the other morning. As I thought about admirable people, I realized that some are my friends and some are those I will never know as they are long gone.

Updated at 11:17 PM

Are we sure it wasn't "Friday the 13th"?

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