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"He knows when I'm going to have a seizure. So he comes up to me and he'll lick me on the face. That's kind of... [Read More]
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"Where's the champion of small business like Joplin has always said they were?" [Read More]
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 There's a push throughout all of education to get more students involved in science and math based careers.   Thursday, seven hundred students converged on the... [Read More]
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From the City of Pittsburg: Everybody Plays receives $150,000 donation Pittsburg, KS – February 22, 2018 – For more than a decade, the... [Read More]
Circles Joplin, an initiative of the United Way of Southwest Missouri and Southeast Kansas, thanks its volunteers and donors. A banquet was held this evening... [Read More]
ENDANGERED PERSON ADVISORY For further information please contact:     McDonald County Sheriff's Department (417) 223-4318   02/22/2018 ... [Read More]
Employees from Talbot Industries received some help finding new jobs today at a job fair at The Civic in Neosho, MO.  The closure of Talbot... [Read More]
Pittsburg State University Press Release: More than 32 companies from across the country will visit campus on Thursday and Friday for Pittsburg State's Wood... [Read More]
Crews finish another milestone in Pittsburg State University's renovation of Axe Library. Provost Lynette Olson, Dean of Library Services Randy Roberts and Student Government... [Read More]
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Cassii Neuroth will spend ten years in prison for second degree domestic assault (7years) and first degree endangering the welfare of a child creating substantial... [Read More]
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This morning the KOAM Surprise Crew takes a trip to the doctor's office... but not just any office... one that specializes in serving the underprivileged. [Read More]
On March 2, Friday, the Mo-Kan Square Dancers are having their Baked Potato Dance with Jay Wright calling. This will be held from 7:30 to... [Read More]
    State police in Missouri no longer conduct field tests on suspected drugs, because of the potential dangers of handling opiods that can be absorbed... [Read More]
    Some Oklahoma educators are considering a walkout to express their frustration with low pay and another round of proposed funding cuts to public schools.... [Read More]
      The Missouri Senate has given initial approval to legislation that could boost Medicaid payments for nursing homes by tens of millions of dollars... [Read More]
      A Planned Parenthood affiliate says a federal appeals court's decision is a "huge win" for Kansas Medicaid patients.      The 10th Circuit Court... [Read More]
     The Kansas House will now receive a bill for strengthening lobbying laws that also would allow state officials to take more expensive gifts from... [Read More]
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People go to college to get an education that will help them land a job ut dressing for the interview doesn't come with the degree.... [Read More]
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The Gorillas (6-4) will open up a three game series against Fort Hays State on Friday afternoon. [Read More]
Good Wednesday afternoon/evening, everyone. We made it through our first round of rain and freezing rain yesterday. Freezing rain was able to accumulate on plenty... [Read More]
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