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A red flag warning that was issued for the region Monday by the National Weather Service is expected to present burning dangers all week, according... [Read More]
A holiday open house at Local Color Art Gallery & Studio will let guests meet the artists behind their favorite handcrafted gifts. [Read More]
Luke Blevins, the artist behind "Portrait of a Boy in the Sea of Anonymity," will be present at an artist's reception from 6 to 7:30... [Read More]
The community choir will be in concert for a presentation of "A Christmas to Remember." [Read More]
The Ozark Festival Orchestra will continue its 38th season with two performances of selections from Handel's "Messiah." [Read More]
An annual Christmas celebration at the historic Coleman Theatre will feature a mix of classic holiday films, orchestra music and a performance by violinist Shoji... [Read More]
A period musical drama and comedy, "I'll Be Home for Christmas," will be presented by Joplin Little Theatre, 3009 W. First St. [Read More]
As the Trump administration considers rolling back a conservation plan for the greater sage grouse and its habitat, a former Joplin Globe photographer has published... [Read More]
The best team in the National Hockey League couldn't give the St. Louis Blues the kind of challenge that now lies before them. [Read More]
A holiday tradition that began several years ago in Pittsburg will continue this year with the world premiere of a piece of music commissioned specifically... [Read More]
The Joplin School Board will be asked to consider a construction change order for the Joplin Early Childhood Center at its monthly meeting on Tuesday,... [Read More]
Neosho is welcoming its newest and largest antique store and flea market in town. [Read More]
A Holiday Happy Hour fundraiser will help the Independent Living Center reach its goal of purchasing a new passenger van. [Read More]
Congratulations to Lois Irick who celebrated her 95th birthday... [Read More]
An upcoming musical at Joplin Little Theatre combines Christmas carols and big band-era music with faith and history — all centered around the radio. [Read More]
Somewhere up there in heaven, my Grandpa Eric has to be looking down on me and getting a big kick out of what I have... [Read More]
In a scene from the classic movie "The Wizard of Oz," Dorothy tells her little dog: "Toto, I've a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore.... [Read More]
The first use of nuclear weapons occurred Aug. 6, 1945. The second occurred three days later. That there has not been a third is testimony... [Read More]
With colder weather, more bald eagles return to the region, and that means a number of eagle-viewing events through the winter. [Read More]
HBO is like the McRib in November: It's back, baby! [Read More]
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