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Posted on 4.25.15 at 11 PM
Pittsburg Resident Named Nation's Special Olympic "Coach of the Year"
KOAM-TV
PITTSBURG, KANSAS - A Pittsburg resident is recognized as the country's Special Olympic "Coach of The Year." Friends and family give ...

Posted on 4.25.15 at 9 PM
ISU finds relief, clips Missouri State
Bloomington Pantagraph
3 starter most of the season, Landwehr was handed an opportunity at closer for the Redbirds' beleaguered bullpen and finished off ...

Posted on 4.25.15 at 9 PM
Minneapolis homicide suspect arrested in Missouri
Minneapolis Star Tribune
A 17-year-old Minneapolis boy suspected of fatally shooting a woman in south Minneapolis earlier this month was arrested this week after ...

Posted on 4.25.15 at 8:04 PM
Joplin table tennis tournament draws regional interest
Joplin Globe
Joplin's Memorial Hall was filled with the sound of pingpong balls and the occasional shout of excitement on Saturday when the ...

Posted on 4.25.15 at 6 PM
Newfound Faith: Lineup changes, but trio keeps singing
Joplin Globe
The Faith Trio rehearses recently at Risen Ranch Cowboy Church. The trio consists of (from left) Rachel Worthington, Amy Carver and ...

Posted on 4.25.15 at 6 PM
Slaying suspect, 17, arrested after being tracked to Missouri
Minneapolis Star Tribune (blog)
A 17-year-old boy suspected of fatally shooting a woman in south Minneapolis earlier this month was arrested this week after authorities ...

Posted on 4.25.15 at 5 PM
Joplin businessman among those remembered in 100-year anniversary of ...
Joplin Globe
Photo of Lusitania arriving at Pier 54 in New York City in 1908. Original Bain caption, 'Lusitania coming to new pier'. ...

Posted on 4.25.15 at 5 PM
Missouri ponders medical marijuana — and the money to be made selling it
Kansas City Star
Over the last few months, he's been doing his part to convince Missouri lawmakers to legalize his business in his home ...

Posted on 4.25.15 at 4 PM
In Kansas City area, jobs aren't fleeing Missouri after Kansas tax cuts
Kansas City Star
That crowd includes St. Louis multimillionaire Rex Sinquefield, who wants to eliminate Missouri's income tax; right-leaning economist Stephen Moore; and Dave ...

Posted on 4.25.15 at 4 PM
Substitute Teacher Accused Of Choking, Hitting Eight Children At Missouri ...
The Inquisitr
A substitute teacher at the Spring Branch Elementary school in Independence, Missouri has been accused of hitting and choking at least ...

Posted on 4.25.15 at 4 PM
Flags at half-staff statewide on Saturday to honor Missouri soldier killed ...
Waynesville Daily Guide
Gov. Jay Nixon has ordered that the flags of the United States and the State of Missouri at all state government ...

Posted on 4.25.15 at 3 PM
Wally Kennedy: Pizza gods smile upon Joplin
Joplin Globe
There's something exciting about going to the opening of a new restaurant. The soft opening last Sunday of the Midtown Pizza ...

Posted on 4.25.15 at 3 PM
Missouri St. fights back in 10th to preserve MVC win against Illinois St.
NCAA.com
NORMAL, Ill. -- Missouri State erased a one-run deficit in the ninth inning, then exploded for five runs in the 10th ...

Posted on 4.25.15 at 1 PM
Lezcano promises Blasters will be fun to watch
Miami News Record
Joplin Blasters manager Carlos Lezcano (right) talks with executive vice president/general manager Shawn Suarez prior to the start of a news ...

Posted on 4.25.15 at 9 AM
Missouri's Green Sales Tax Holiday ends today
KY3
In southwest Missouri, Republic, Aurora, Airport Drive and Lebanon are all taking part in that part of the holiday. If you're ...

Posted on 4.25.15 at 5 AM
Democrats attack, GOP defends, accelerated Missouri budget timeline
Missourinet.com
Critics accuse Republican leadership in the Missouri legislature of ramming through the state's FY 16 budget proposal with not enough debate ...

Posted on 4.25.15 at 3 AM
Pittsburg makes effort to plant more trees
Pittsburg Morning Sun
Friday was Arbor Day in Kansas and everyone from city commissioners to elementary students took their time to appreciate the trees. ...

Posted on 4.25.15 at 1 AM
Ex-city board member pleads guilty to weapon counts
Joplin Globe
A former Joplin businessman and member of two city boards has pleaded guilty to felony weapon charges stemming from a gun-pointing ...

Posted on 4.25.15 at 1 AM
Camp Mintahama to put on open house
Joplin Globe
Lisa Nelson, chair of the Friends of Camp Mintahama, talks about interior improvements made to Grey Squirrel Lodge. Posted: Friday, April ...

Posted on 4.25.15 at 1 AM
No. 3 LSU softball team faces Missouri in what could be its final road trip
The Advocate
"Of course, we have to take care of business with a very good Missouri team and a very good Auburn team ...

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