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Joplin City Council Approves Library/Theater
The first project of Joplin's redevelopment plan got the go-ahead from the City Council Monday night. The Council voted t...
You can be part of an art project about last May's Joplin tornado. Photographer Robert Fogarty will be taking photos for ...
Lots Of MO Lottery Tickets Sold in 2011
The Missouri Lottery says it sold nearly $1.1 billion worth of tickets during the past year.Lottery officials say the rec...
Rt. 66 Movie Theater Upgrades To Digital
Moviegoers in Webb City will get a clearer picture at the Route 66 Movie Theater, starting tonight. That's because the th...
Joplin Library To Relocate To New Site
The proposed new Joplin Public Library won't be in competition with the downtown one; it'll be replacing it. The libr...
Documentary Includes JHS
Joplin High School is going to be featured in a documentary. Assistant Superintendent Doctor Angie Besendorfer tells News Tal...
"Dogs in Downtown" Festival in Joplin This Weekend
Joplin's Landreth Park has gone to the dogs this weekend... and that's a good thing. The massive Dogs in Downtown eve...
Local Hero Dog Up For Award
She may look normal, but an area dog is up for a big award in a nationwide contest. K-9 Lily is a candidate for the American ...
Spiva Center Membership Art Show
Members of the Spiva Center for the Arts in Joplin will be showing off their work starting Saturday. The Center's 65th An...
Joplin Schools Get Two $1000 Gifts
The family of a former Joplin High orchestra teacher is doing something to help a new generation of musicians. Orchestra Dire...
Pittsburg State Chamber Music Series
There's going to be plenty of classical music in Pittsburg during the coming week. The Pittsburg Chamber Music Festival S...
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 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...
Fallin Going To Paris
Governor Mary Fallin is leading an Oklahoma delegation for a week-long air show in Paris.Fallin and her cabinet secretary for...
Master Developer Reveals Plan For Joplin
"I think some of these are going to happy very quickly. All of those projects, I think, can be completed in the next thr...
PSU Timmons Chapel Christmas Concerts
A holiday tradition at Pittsburg State University will continue this week. The Timmons Chapel Christmas Concerts will be held...
RestoreFest Bringing Music, Free Groceries to Joplin
There's a big event happening in Joplin's Landreth Park this Saturday. It's called Restore Fest, and features con...
Special Olympics Fundraiser In Carthage
You'll be able to help the Special Olympics at a silent auction Saturday in Carthage. Kristen Hawkins with the Missouri D...
Grass Roots To Headline Rte. 66 Festival In Joplin
A band associated with the 60s and 70s will be the headline act when Joplin hosts the International Festival of Route 66. Pat...
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 ...
MSSU Concert Tonight
The Missouri Southern State University Symphony Orchestra will have a guest performer tonight. Pianist Michael Sheppard will ...
It's Homecoming Week at Missouri Southern State University. Director of University Relations and Marketing Cassie Mathes ...
Former OK First Lady Ann Bartlett Dies
Former Oklahoma first lady Ann Bartlett, who was married to former Republican Gov. Dewey F. Bartlett Sr., has died. She was 9...
MSSU Fight Song Needs Words
Did you know Missouri Southern's fight song doesn't have any words? That came as a surprise to Brian Fronzaglia, the ...
Ronald McDonald House Kicks Off Gift of Light, Gift of Love Campaign
The local Ronald McDonald House's 11th annual "Gift of Light, Gift of Love" campaign kicked offThursday night a...
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