Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
Updated at 12:19 AM

As someone who’s been in an elected office for almost 10 years, I’ve seen the worst and the best of both the people and the processes that we refer to as "politics." I’ve met candidates that inspired me for their honesty and approach to being a citizen’s representative. I’ve met others who were obviously nothing more than pawns for the politically connected in a chess game of power and money. From what he said during his speeches and what he...

Updated at 12:16 AM

Dear Editor,

Updated at 12:13 AM

I just finished reading Mr. [James] Rhoades’ letter to the editor offering another point of view to my column last week on ISIS (EDITOR’S NOTE: letter is on our website in our opinion section). Normally I don’t respond...

Updated at 12:09 AM

I was thinking about a phrase I read in Louis L’Amour’s "The Haunted Mesa" the other day as I walked along Wildcat Boulevard. The quote, "How rarely can modern man experience total silence?" rolled...

Updated at 12:03 AM

The Carl Junction Lady Bulldogs completed an undefeated run through Big 8 Conference play with a 38-32 victory over McDonald County on Thursday night, spoiling the final home games for Lady Mustang seniors Preslea Reece, Coley Ickes,...

Updated at 10:39 PM

[WARNING: The following recap contains major spoilers about How to Get Away with Murder's season finale. Read at your own risk.]And it was...

Updated at 10:25 PM

Gullible bloggers are born every day and guess that I’m now one of them. When we smear words and photos upon a white screen–they are there because most writers want to encourage someone else. Each day, I envision my fellow blogging buddies across...

Updated at 9:19 PM

Storybrooke's Savior is feeling the love!When Once Upon a Time returns on Sunday...

Posted at 10:05 PM

The clock is ticking for Dr. Herman (Geena Davis) on

Updated at 8:13 PM

This fake movie trailer "starring Fake Bradley Cooper" won't pull down $320 million in the box offices but it already has just under a million YouTube views.

Updated at 7:53 PM

City centers around the country are becoming younger, more affluent and more educated, while inner suburbs are seeing poverty rates rise, according to a new study from the University of Virginia's Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service.

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