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Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
Posted at 1:01 AM

Ever feel you were being watched?That can be a good thing sometimes. Looking up at the night sky, it seems like every time I see the moon it’s looking back. Of course it isn’t. A big ball of rock is incapable of “looking.” Yet in our fanciful imagination, we see the Man in the Moon on the lunar face, and it is constantly facing our way.

Posted at 1:01 AM

Looking for some truly one-of-a-kind gifts to give this holiday season? Check out this curated collection of vintage and antique shopping apps for all things nifty and thrifty. From second-hand ’60s shifts and fun ’50s frocks to old-school suits and...

Updated at 11:34 PM

The Crowder College Lady Riders dropped their fourth straight game, taking a tough 76-42 loss Thursday night to Cowley College.

Updated at 11:32 PM

The Neosho Wildcat boys, after losses to Aurora and Joplin to open the season, were looking for their first win of the season when they took on Seneca in the consolation bracket of the 68th annual Carthage Invitational on Thursday...

Updated at 10:56 PM

Another busy week has come and gone. Christmas planning is now upon on. It’s hard to believe we’re only 3 weeks away from Christmas! This year is moving by very quickly.

Updated at 10:54 PM

Time and temperature are an important part of my life. When I get out of bed each morning, I check the time and temperature before I head out on my daily walk along Wildcat Boulevard.

Updated at 10:51 PM

Can you believe that it’s already December and Christmas is less than three weeks away? For some that means shopping has to be taken up a notch because there isn’t much time left. For some of us it just means that we have 2...

Updated at 10:42 PM

The City of Neosho’s leaf collection program is now in its third round.

Updated at 10:39 PM

Crystal Merick, license clerk for the City of Neosho, has been named city "Employee of the Year" and will take part in tonight’s Neosho Christmas Lighting ceremony at 6 p.m. in Big Spring Park.

Updated at 10:36 PM

Lucille Merle Dunn, 80, Neosho, died Dec. 3, 2014, at NHC Healthcare in Joplin following a lengthy illness.

Updated at 10:33 PM

A former Neosho city councilman was seriously injured in an automobile accident Wednesday evening on Neosho Boulevard.

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