Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
Updated at 7:26 AM

Former Olympian Oscar Pistorius received five years in prison today for the 2013 shooting death of his girlfriend. The South African Pistorius, a double-amputee sprinter, was previously found guilty of culpable homicide, a charge similar to manslaughter. He shot his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, in what he said was a case of mistaken identity.

Posted at 7:05 AM

Gotham city — Sources close to the Gotham City Police Department have confirmed that the crime rate in the area has nearly tripled in the past month. Many attribute this spike to the recent murders of billionaires Thomas and Martha...

Posted at 1:01 AM

Continuing the effort to define what makes a good teacher, I’m following the advice of my most recent informant, which was “ask the kids.” In answer to the teacher question, I was told about a science project developed by two teachers in an...

Updated at 12:13 AM

So, funny things happen when you pray to be more loving. You get more opportunities to love — even when you’d rather not. That’s what happened to me at least when someone side swiped our car. The mirror and half the hubcap are gone...

Updated at 11:54 PM

CARTHAGE — Neosho High School head volleyball coach Shannon Moots said she genuinely thought her No. 6-seeded Lady Wildcats could knock off Republic in Class 4 district action on Monday night.

Updated at 11:35 PM

Verdon Dale Henry, began his life’s journey on Oct. 22, 1934, at the family home in Simla, Colo., the son of Cecil M. and Violet (Hahn) Henry.

Updated at 11:32 PM

Dee Judd, 88, Neosho, died Oct. 18, 2014, at his home following an illness.

Updated at 11:31 PM

Lark W. Lawson, 47, Neosho, died Oct. 18, 2014, at Freeman, Neosho, following a sudden illness.

Updated at 11:28 PM

Michael D. Thomas, 51, Brookline, Mo., former Neosho resident, died Oct. 19, 2014, at Mercy Hospital in Springfield, following a sudden illness.

Updated at 11:21 PM

At an early age, Ron Pennington, 62, a resident at Neosho’s Medicalodge, enjoyed riding bulls.

Updated at 11:19 PM

A second attempt to revise the code of ordinances to restrict the shooting off of fireworks within city limits will come before Neosho City Council tonight.

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