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Cycle Ride To Build Homes
An event is being set up to raise money and build homes in Joplin, New Orleans and New York. Doreen Finnie with Rebuild Jopli...
Joplin Losing Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars in Sales Tax Revenue
Joplin can kiss nearly half a million dollars goodbye since they can't tax you on out-of-state vehicle purchases anymore....
Joplin Will Celebrate 4th of July
Joplin is getting ready to celebrate the 4th of July. City spokesperson Lynn Onstot tells News Talk KZRG Landreth Park will b...
Free Trolley Rides April 20 & 22
Joplin's Sunshine Lamp Trolley will be giving free rides Saturday, April 20th & Monday, April 22nd. Robert Loley, the Cit...
Map Your Neighborhood
The City of Joplin will be holding a series of meetings aimed at getting you prepared for a disaster. Connie Chrisman with th...
Barrier To Be Built Near Zora-Main Bypass
People who live near the new Zora and Main bypass will be getting a wall in their neighborhood. The barrier will be placed al...
EPA Announces $2.4-million for Joplin
EPA Region 7 will provide an additional $2.4 million to the City of Joplin, Mo., to help sample and remediate lead and ca...
Joplin Preps 4th Of July Celebration
The City of Joplin is preparing for a traditional July 4th celebration. Paul Bloomberg, the city's recreation and events ...
JOMONOLA Riders Check In from Arkansas
A group of cyclists riding from Joplin to New Orleans to raise money for rebuilding efforts is making its way through Arkansa...
Joplin Gets Grant To Build RR Overpasses
The city of Joplin will receive $12 million from the federal government to build highway overpasses at two railroad cross...
Joplin Diverging Diamond Interchange Work Begins Today
The city of Joplin will lose a cloverleaf in exchange for a diamond.The interchange at I-44 and Rangeline road in Joplin will...
Joplin Gets $45 Million HUD Grant
The City of Joplin has $45 million dollars for tornado recovery. That money granted Thursday from HUD. City Manager Mark ...
Joplin Mayor In Jefferson City Today
Two Missouri state senators are going to get a surprise today. Joplin City Councilman and Mayor Pro Tem Bill Scearcetells New...
It's Hot And Dry!
Because of the hot, dry weather, burning bans are in effect in Newton, McDonald, Cherokee and Bourbon Counties in the KZRG li...
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