A fundraiser for Breast Cancer Foundation of The Ozarks Kicks off at 9am Saturday September 18th at Redings Mill Bridge south of Joplin Hang a bra on the bridge in honor or memory of someone
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson has ordered all public and charter schools to remain closed through the rest of the academic year for the state of Missouri . Exceptions to the closure are nutrition services
This is a time of unprecedented circumstances in the Four State area as witnessed by the City of Carthage. The Carthage City Council passed an ordinance giving the police the power to enforce the
News of the coronavirus COVID-19 is everywhere, from the front page of all the papers to the playground at school. Many parents are wondering how to bring up the epidemic in a way that
The City will test outdoor warning sirens today at 10 AM.April is month w/ highest probability of tornadoes & it’s important to ensure our outdoor warning sirens are in good working order should they
All playgrounds within city parks are now closed, and temporary fencing will be installed around those parks. Basketball and volleyball courts are also closed, along with Ewert Park’s skate park. But exercise trails, tennis
Well over 100 cars were seen cruising around Freeman Hospital and Mercy Hospital Sunday afternoon. In what was called a “Prayer Drive” or “Prayer Parade” was held today to form a prayer chain of
Citizens in Joplin and the surrounding area have come up with an idea to pray for our community and health professionals. The FACEBOOK group “Fight for our City” is planning a Prayer Cruise to
Many residents are looking to go back in time for the sake of community.
If your club, group or organization has an upcoming event we would love to help you spread the word!