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Updated at 12:19 AM

A gentleman stopped by Neosho City Hall not long ago on business. While in the lobby, he checked out the display of lithographs by Neosho-born world famous artist Thomas Hart Benton (1889-1975).

Updated at 12:17 AM

Just read an article that caused me to examine what makes me happy.

Updated at 12:15 AM

The recent disappearance of a commercial airliner in Asia has drawn a large amount of interest and news coverage. Not many people are familiar with this part of the world, but we have learned something about world geography.

Updated at 12:14 AM

Chuck Newlan, 87, Neosho, died March 28, 2014, at Freeman West in Joplin after a lengthy illness.  

Updated at 12:12 AM

Douglas Ervin Auch, Neosho, stepped from sleep into his glory with Jesus after 66 years of life on Friday morning, March 28, 2014.  

Updated at 12:11 AM

Tressa I. Puhl, 102, Neosho, died March 28, 2014, at Granby House, following an illness.

Updated at 12:10 AM

Talan Douglas ‘DJ’ Casey, age 1, died March 25, 2014, at Mercy Hospital in Springfield, Mo.

Updated at 12:08 AM

Helen Ruth Qualls, 86, Neosho, died March 27, 2014, at Webb City Health and Rehab, following an illness.  

Updated at 12:07 AM

Depth is really proving to be a bright spot for the Crowder Roughriders this season, and the first three games of their four game series against St. Charles Community College this weekend proved it.

Updated at 12:07 AM

John Lee Embrey, 74, Wheaton, passed away Wednesday, March 26, 2014, at his home.

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