Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
Updated at 8:56 PM

A new way of thinking is bringing a new way of teaching and learning in the Neosho R-5 School District.

Updated at 8:55 PM

Seriously ill children are the victims of one of several stealing and burglary cases investigated Monday by the Neosho Police Department.

Updated at 8:52 PM

Longwell Museum at Crowder College reopened Saturday after month-long remodeling to host an art competition.

Updated at 8:38 PM

When Judy Haas Smith learned there was a wealth of material about Dan Longwell in the archives at Columbia University in New York City, she knew she had to write a book.

Updated at 8:36 PM

Four of 16 Neosho businesses that sell alcohol failed a sting operation using a teenage buyer conducted Saturday evening by the Neosho Police Department.

Updated at 8:34 PM

Three applications have been received by the Newton County SB 40 Board to review for funding in the board’s second year of dispersing monies collected through the SB 40 tax levy enacted on county residents for the first time last year.

Updated at 8:32 PM

David Leon Abernathy, 81, of Neosho died Oct. 12, 2015 at Seneca House nursing home following a lengthy illness.

Updated at 8:31 PM

Bill Lee Hulsey, 96, of Neosho went to be with his Lord and Savior on Oct. 10, 2015 at his home in Neosho.

Updated at 8:29 PM

As we come up on the end of the first quarter, the focus is on student achievement and accomplishments that students have made to this point in the school year.

Updated at 8:27 PM

The Neosho High School Speech and Debate Squad started its season strong by placing first out of 32 schools at the Kickapoo/Glendale Tournament last weekend in Springfield.

Updated at 8:25 PM

Starting Monday, South Elementary School are piloting a recycle service with 3g Farms.

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