Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
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September 21Word of the Day, This Day in History, Number to Know, Website of the Day, Today’s Featured Birthday and Daily Quote.Word of the Daymaunder \ MON-duhr \ intransitive verb; To talk or wander aimlessly. — Dictionary.comThis Day in HistorySept. 21, 1937: J.R.R. Tolkien’s book “The Hobbit” is published.Number to Know1,500: The number of copies printed in the first publication run of “The Hobbit.”Website of the Day: Tolkien Gatewayhttp://tolkiengateway.net

Updated at 12:54 AM

Labor Day  meant my kids were off of school and they had planned on making it a Musicals Monday.  The King  and I was on their playlist and so...

Updated at 11:24 PM

The Neosho R-5 School District maintenance and grounds department received a standing ovation from a crowded administrative center during Monday’s board of education meeting.

Updated at 11:21 PM

Opened at the beginning of the school year, Crowder College dedicated its new Behavior Support Center Tuesday, located in the former Kingdom Hall building at 180 Cemetery Rd. just north of U.S. 60.

Updated at 11:19 PM

A Neosho man will serve nearly six years in federal prison for stealing more than $4.9 million from his employer.

Updated at 11:17 PM

Bonnie Bennett, 79, Ellisville, Mo., formerly of Neosho, died Sept. 18, 2014 at St. Luke’s Hospital in St. Louis following a lengthy illness.

Updated at 11:15 PM

Jimmie Ray Cargile, 69, Wyandotte, Okla., died at his home on Sept. 19, 2014, following a lengthy illness.

Updated at 11:13 PM

My best friend, my sister Barbara, has been coming over and helping me reduce clutter. This is a very difficult project when you are a saver like I am. Even though I have enough for my trash man to cart away every week, at least two...

Updated at 11:11 PM

I had an early evening visitor one night a week or so ago.

Updated at 11:09 PM

The Diamond Wildcats fell hard in high school football action Friday night, losing to the Lockwood Tigers 56-0.

Updated at 11:07 PM

Carl Junction finished with 259 yards rushing and 196 passing as the state-ranked Bulldogs shut out the McDonald County Mustangs 45-0 in high school football action Friday.

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