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Joplin Voters Renew Capital Improvement Sales Tax
The Capital Improvement Sales Tax for the City of Joplin will continue for another ten years. 53% of voters in Jasper County ...
Joplin City Council OKs Park Proposal
At a special meeting Monday night (5/11), the Joplin City Council approved a $4.75 million plan to create a public park a...
Proposal For Joplin Chili's Tabled
A proposal to build a Chili's Restaurant at 15th and Range Line in Joplin has been tabled by the City Council. At Monday ...
Opposition To Joplin Sewer Increase
During Monday (Nov. 3)'s public hearing on raising Joplin's wastewater treatment rates, only two people spoke opposin...
Joplin Council Discusses Childhood Education Grant
A proposal to use part of a federal community development block grant to pay for a child care center was approved by the Jopl...
Blasters Unveil Uniforms & Manager
The Joplin Blasters unveiled their uniforms, and their manager Friday (4/24). Carlos Lezcano was making his first appearance ...
KCUMB Speaks on Upcoming Joplin Campus
Certain members of the community got a preview of what's to come when the Kansas City University of Medicine and Bioscien...
Show-Me State Games Torch Run
The build for this summer's Show-Me State Games began Monday (4/13) in Joplin. Mayor Mike Seibert issued a proclamation w...
Hearnes Boulevard Will Keep Its' Name
It's still Hearnes Boulevard. Monday night (4/6), the Joplin City Council deadlocked on a proposal to change the name of ...
Seibert: Library & Senior Center Will Be Built
The Joplin City Council met in closed session for about an hour and 40 minutes Monday night (1/26) to discuss the city's ...
Master Developer Wallace Bajjali Vacates Office
Wallace Bajjali has left the building. As of Friday afternoon, the group hired as Joplin's Master Developers to redevelop...
Seibert On KCUMB's Joplin Campus
What's going to become of the temporary Mercy Hospital Joplin? It's going to be the home of the Kansas City Universit...
The CIty of Joplin Celebrates It's 142nd Birthday
TheCity of Joplin celebrated it's 142nd birthday with abirthday party at city hall Monday morning complete with cookies, ...
Mayor: Joplin Development Better Without Wallace Bajjali
It's been almost two months since the City of Joplin cut ties with controversial Master Developer Wallace Bajjali... so w...
National Arts & Humanities Month
October has been proclaimed National Arts and Humanities Month by Joplin Mayor Mike Seibert. This was done at a ceremony Thur...
Joplin Council Budget Talks
Last night, the Joplin City Council spent about two hours discussing the budget for the upcoming fiscal year. Joplin Finance ...
Joplin Council Ponders Memorial Hall's Future
The Joplin City Council will be talking about the future of Memorial Hall tonight. Mayor Mike Seibert tells News Talk KZRG it...
Leggett & Platt Expanding into Joplin
(DED Press Release)The Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) today announced that Leggett & Platt Adjustable Bed ...
Seibert: Questions, Consequences of Rohr Firing Linger
Former Joplin Mayor Mike Woolston told News Talk KZRG recently that some companies are steering clear of Joplin after the con...
Proposed CID For Hope Valley
Developers of the Hope Valley area south of I-44 addressed the Joplin City Council Monday (1/12) night about setting up a CID...
Field Work Portion of Joplin Audit Ending This Week
We could find out soon how the City of Joplin did on a State Audit. Mayor Mike Seibert tells News Talk KZRG Auditor Tom Schwi...
Joplin Audit Update
Most of the work preparing the state audit on the City of Joplin has been completed. Joplin Mayor Mike Seibert tells News Tal...
20th & Connecticut Update
Should the City of Joplin use all $20 million of an EDA grant on a public library at 20th and Connecticut? Or could the C...
Seibert On Leggett & Platt Expanding Into Joplin
Another business is moving into Joplin's Crossroads Industrial Park. Carthage-based Leggett and Platt will lease a 42,000...
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