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Updated at 12:09 AM

Bethany Henry, Neosho, is following in her mother’s footsteps as being a part of the National Park Service.Bethany’s mother is Lana Henry, with George Washington Caver National Monument.

Updated at 12:05 AM

An international delegation visited K&S Wire Products in Neosho Friday to gain some ideas on helping their emerging economy to thrive.

Updated at 12:03 AM

The Neosho City Council will analyze an amended proposed budget for the 2015 fiscal year when the city’s governing board holds the final in a series of three special financial work sessions on Tuesday.

Updated at 11:53 PM

I am fascinated with ghost towns. I’ll never forget driving through Picher, Okla., after the government buyout and before the demolition of many of the empty homes and former businesses there. It reminded me of one of those...

Updated at 11:51 PM

Today I enjoyed a visit from an interesting gentleman from Pineville. Mel Tidwell brought me stories about his growing up in Oklahoma. Mel and Sue are beloved citizens of Pineville, McDonald County, and I would like to share with you his...

Updated at 11:50 PM

Summer has arrived — a little later than normal. Unfortunately, the rain has slacked off at a time when we are already far behind the average. All we can do is pray for rain and more comfortable temperatures. We haven’t yet...

Updated at 11:48 PM

Kelly Marie Duncan, 27, Granby, died Aug. 19, 2014, at Freeman Neosho ER, following a lengthy illness.

Updated at 11:46 PM

James C. Casey, 85, Pelsor, Ark., passed away Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014, at his home.

Updated at 11:44 PM

Mrs. Barbara Helen Sammann, 78, Anderson, departed this life on Thursday morning, Aug. 21, 2014, at the Webb City Health and Rehabilitation Center, Webb City, after months of declining health.

Updated at 11:34 PM

Diamond quarterback Evan Moreland connected 21 times for 318 passing yards and three touchdowns as the Wildcats downed the McAuley Warriors 34-7 in their home opener Friday night.

Updated at 11:32 PM

Walking on the field of Don Johnston Stadium at 7 p.m. Friday night, with the mercury stretching toward 100 degrees, a quick look at the rosters of the two teams was a good indication of which team would have the edge.

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