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Crowder College, Neosho, commemorated Constitution Day with weeklong events and activities, starting with a General Assembly Forum on Monday. Candidates on the November ballot... [Read More]
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Newspapers have always loomed large in my life, for as long as I can remember. In my earliest years, I spent my days with my... [Read More]
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n 2002 I was running my first campaign for State Representative.  I remember someone coming up to me at the Seneca 4th of July celebration... [Read More]
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Freedom is an "all American" value, like motherhood and apple pie.  Some have concluded that government is at the root of their personal problems, so... [Read More]
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Ozark rhymes keep the culture alive    I like little sayings and rhymes and, used to, people in the Ozarks took many of... [Read More]
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Although the colors for the Neosho School District have long been black and gold, another color was prominent in the stands during the Neosho home... [Read More]
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  To mark the recent remodeling project at their facility, the Neosho Area Chamber of Commerce hosted an open house on Wednesday morning and... [Read More]
The annual Future Farmers of America fruit and food sale is underway. Sales will run now through September 19th. Products for sale include:... [Read More]
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When Larry James speaks, history lives. In a presentation at the Neosho Newton County Library Monday, James shared stories and photos of some of... [Read More]
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Wagons Ho!These were the words that floated across the prairie as pioneers headed for fame and fortune and a new life in the American West. [Read More]
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NEWTONIA —The oldest home in Newtonia recently had some work done to it. [Read More]
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A large crowd turned out for the Pond Party at the Neosho National Fish Hatchery on Wednesday. Rod May, hatchery manager, held a slide presentation... [Read More]
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The Friends of the Neosho National Fish Hatchery met Thursday, Aug. 16, with a busy agenda. The group voted to purchase two steel storage racks... [Read More]
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At the age of 95, Wanda Gilbert has called Seneca House home for almost a decade. [Read More]
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Two families, rooted four generations deep in Newton County, joined together to see their vision become reality. [Read More]
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More than a hundred area residents turned out to share lunch with Missouri Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe on Wednesday during an event sponsored by the... [Read More]
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This week, Crowder College students headed back to college for the fall semester. With that, this week and next week, Campus Life has several activities... [Read More]
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More than 25 people showed up on Saturday, as members of JoplinKayak.com cleaned up trash in Shoal Creek on a 4-mile stretch from Lime Kiln... [Read More]
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Carolyn Kelly, class of 1953 and her husband, Dallas Kelly, were busy Saturday looking over photos from Fairview School back in the day. [Read More]
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In the bright early morning sun of August 18, 2018, a small group of people came to Macedonia Cemetery, just north of Stella, to pay... [Read More]
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