Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
Updated at 11:48 PM

The Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association named its players of the week Monday and for the third week in a row, two players shared the offensive player of the week honor.

Updated at 11:46 PM

GRANBY — Running with their full complement of athletes for the first time this season, the East Newton Lady Patriots won their home invitational Saturday with a team score of 38 points.

Updated at 11:43 PM

GRANBY — Down to their final three outs against the Neosho Lady Wildcats, trailing 3-1, the East Newton Lady Patriots took advantage of their final at-bat with three runs producing a 4-3 come-from-behind victory Monday at Patriot Field.

Updated at 9:48 PM

What started as a call to police for a possible intoxicated driver resulted in authorities searching for a 53-year-old Goodman man for sexual assault of a 14-year-old girl early Saturday morning.

Updated at 9:45 PM

Neosho firefighters brought a fire truck to Benton Elementary School last week to formally announce the winner of a T-shirt contest to promote fire prevention.

Updated at 9:40 PM

Freeman Neosho Hospital’s emergency department has been lauded for reaching new levels in patient satisfaction.

Updated at 9:34 PM

During last weekend's homecoming All-School Reunion, Neosho was host to hundreds of Neosho High School graduates who returned to see old friends and relive their school days.

Updated at 9:31 PM

I have had several inquiries over the weekend in regard to the Stewards of Children presentation being offered to the Neosho R-5 School District. There is some confusion as to what it is and why fellow state Rep. Bill Reiboldt and I are interested...

Updated at 9:29 PM

Periodically I like to revisit previously discussed topics and follow their movement on the legal or political track. Today, I want to share some of the latest information about the much-talked-about, proposed new St. Louis Rams stadium.

Updated at 9:24 PM

I recently have been thinking about the current anti-science attitude of many in our society. As a scientist, I am concerned about this trend, and I think some of the problem is a lack of understanding by the public of how science works. This column...

Updated Sep 28, 2015 at 4:38 PM

A 61-year-old Neosho man who turned himself in Monday is charged in the fatal hit-and-run of a 19-year-old Neosho man early Sept. 12.

NEXT 10  »
«  PREV 10

Events Calendar