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Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
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Here are five ways to have fun this weekend.1. The big movies opening this week are “Sex Tape,” an R comedy starring Jason Segel and Cameron Diaz that is decidedly a family-unfriendly film (unless everyone is grown up); “The Purge: Anarchy,” an R horror movie sequel; and “Planes: Fire & Rescue,” an animated PG film in the “Cars” franchise.

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Tip of the WeekYou know your gifts of cash, time and household items may be tax deductible, but what do you need to do to verify that and maximize your deduction?

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By Tracy BeckermanMore Content Now“I want a hot dog!” My husband thrust his menu under my nose and pointed to an admittedly delicious looking picture of a hot dog.“No, I NEED a hot dog,” he clarified. “I need THIS hot dog!”

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Reader question: Monty, we are getting our house ready to put on the market. The advice from different agents has generated a variety of contrasting opinions about how to prepare the house for showings. We feel like two of the agents are asking for...

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July 16Word of the Day, Website of the Day, Number to Know, This Day in History, Today’s Featured Birthday and Daily Quote.Word of the Daycrux \ KRUHKS \ noun; The essential point or feature. — Dictionary.com

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Delve into the world of elephant mating rituals with PBS' Sex in the Wild.On...

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Neosho city councilman Steve Hart has filed suit against city attorney Steven Hays and mayor Richard Davidson, and is asking for more than a half million dollars in damages.

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A Neosho business owner’s plea for relief from an enormous water bill after a leak was detected outside his office may result in a change in city policy, which might then allow him to receive the satisfaction that he is seeking.

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Neosho R-5 School District patrons will have a visual of what a proposed junior high school would look like before going to the polls Aug. 5, to decide upon a $24 million bond issue to build the structure.

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Participants are getting ready to showcase their animals and indoor exhibits during the McDonald County Fair.

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