Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
Posted at 5:00 AM

Pete Carroll is friendly with reporters and is often seen smiling. His Seattle Seahawks players seem to say whatever they want when the microphone is on and have no problem trash-talking through the media.

Updated at 11:57 PM

Jake Smith was a walk-on player for the Arkansas Razorback baseball team for one year. Unfortunately, he didn’t make the cut after the first year, but that didn’t squash his love for the sport.

Updated at 11:54 PM

ANDERSON — The community is invited to tour the Freeman Health System Clinic of Anderson when the facility hosts an open house to celebrate additional hours of service , from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Wednesday.

Updated at 11:48 PM

A resolution modification/trust agreement tops the agenda when the Neosho Transportation Development District board of directors meets at 1 p.m. today in the Hale McGinty Business Development Center, 216 W. Spring St.

Updated at 11:42 PM

Neosho Public Works will conduct needed water system maintenance on the evening of Wednesday, in downtown Neosho.

Updated at 11:37 PM

During their Monday meeting, the Crowder College Board of Trustees gave the go- ahead for fundraising to begin on an indoor athletic field house, on the Neosho campus.

Updated at 11:31 PM

Crime in Neosho was down four percent overall during 2014, while violent crime dipped 20 percent from 2013.

Updated at 11:30 PM

Michael Hughes, 56, Neosho, died Jan. 25, 2015, at his home.

Updated at 11:28 PM

Edwina Abramovitz, former Neosho resident, died Sunday, Jan. 25, 2015, in Lees Summit, Mo., following a lengthy illness.

Updated at 11:23 PM

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