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Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
Updated at 9:48 PM

A "compassionate, wonderful, supporting and loving group of women" headquartered in Neosho celebrated 25 years of being just that with a festive holiday luncheon Wednesday in the United Methodist Church Christian Living Center.Widow-to-Widow was founded 25 years ago by Tina Hierholzer and the late Sue Clark through their work at Clark Funeral Homes.

Updated at 9:46 PM

Another piece of Neosho history is gone, but another was saved from the wrecking ball.

Updated at 9:43 PM

On Saturday, volunteers will canvass the neighborhoods asking residents to donate some non-perishable food items for the this year’s Newton County Food Basket Brigade.

Updated at 9:34 PM

Two additional men have been arrested in relation to an armed robbery home invasion last week in Granby; a woman was arrested on an unrelated charge, and a child was removed from the home.

Updated at 9:33 PM

Roscoe "Jack" Craddock, Jr., 70, Carthage, passed away Saturday, Dec. 6, 2014, after a sudden illness.

Updated at 9:30 PM

Patricia Ann Burrow Pike, 57, retired from this life unexpectedly and can now rest peacefully for eternity.

Updated at 9:28 PM

This time of the year is truly a time for neighbors helping neighbors.

Updated at 9:22 PM

The Neosho Lady Wildcats return to the court tonight, playing the Webb City Cardinals at approximately 9 p.m. in the late game of the 18th annual Freeman Lady Eagle Classic at Kaminsky Gymnasium, Joplin High’s new hoops digs.

Posted at 7:05 PM

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