Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
Updated at 10:10 PM

Dr. Andrew Manu, professor of agronomy at Iowa State University and Alfonso Ashley, who is professor emeritus at Leland Stanford Junior University, talked about George Washington Carver in the little school room at the Carver Monument Saturday morning.

Updated at 10:08 PM

A much-awaited restaurant will open in Neosho today.

Updated at 10:06 PM

Budget considerations are among several topics Neosho Mayor Richard Davidson will explore with the public during a quarterly public meeting scheduled for Monday evening in the Neosho Golf Course Club House.

Updated at 10:05 PM

Organizers are putting on the final touches for the Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks (BCFO) Pink Ribbon Gala on Friday, July 25, at Downstream Casino Resort, four miles west of Joplin on I-44.

Updated at 10:02 PM

The national park service has called upon national parks, monuments, battlefields and other sites to update their video and films in order to tell their stories in a more meaningful way for today's visitors.

Updated at 10:01 PM

If anyone should ever complain that there aren't enough extracurricular educational opportunities afforded in our corner of the Ozarks, they may not be keeping fully abreast of what is happening.

Updated at 9:59 PM

We had a rather unusual Independence Day. On the day that Americans celebration their independence from England, we hosted three Brits.

Updated at 9:56 PM

Softball will become a junior high sport in the Neosho School District, if the Neosho R-5 Board of Education acts upon a proposal presented by NHS head softball coach Brandi Arthur at a study session on Thursday.

Updated at 9:55 PM

Mr. Herbert O. Johnson, Jr., 73, of Anderson, Mo., a retired McDonald County High School educator, died Thursday, July 10, 2014.

Updated at 9:54 PM

Martha Elizabeth "Marti" Baughman, 62, of Joplin, passed away at her home at 5 a.m. on Thursday, July 10, 2014.

Updated at 9:52 PM

Jerry Wayne Nance, 78, Granby, died July 10, 2014, at his home after an illness of two years.

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