Crowder College Blood Drive Scheduled in Pineville, MO - Donors Urgently NeededChristina HowardNewsBreak Contributor
Old David Courdin House and its roots from 1876 in Monett, MissouriCJ CoombsNewsBreak Contributor
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Wanted on Felony Warrants; Monett Police say “Please share and make them famous.”
MONETT, Mo. (KOAM) — Two men wanted on Felony Warrants are being sought by the Monett Police Dept.
Highschool Basketball | 26 February Cassville Girls Game Notice
The Cassville Girls Basketball team will have a Conference game with East Newton(Granby, MO) on 26 February, 2024, 6 PM. As of now, Wildcats has won 2 games and lost 24 games, and the winning rate is 0.077.
A Taste of Mexico in Eureka Springs: The Top 3 Restaurants You Need to Visit
This article presents a review of three Mexican restaurants in Eureka Springs. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? If yes, we would love to hear your experiences in the comments section below:
Missouri catch-and-keep trout season starts Friday
JEFFERSON CITY — The annual opening of catch-and-keep trout fishing in Missouri at the state’s four trout parks is scheduled for Friday, March 1. The catch-and-keep season at the trout parks runs through Oct. 31. The four trout parks include Bennett Spring State Park near Lebanon, Montauk State...
Lamar loses by eyelash to Southwest in the District Championship
LAMAR, Mo. - The Lamar Tigers Boys Basketball team enters the title game for the Class 3 District 12 Championship. The Tigers face the Southwest Trojans of Washburn, Missouri.
Dive into Flavor: The Top 5 Pizzas You Must Try in Neosho
This article presents a mouthwatering exploration of five pizzas you can find in Neosho. Have you had the chance to taste any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below.
These Neosho, MO based Puppies are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near neosho.
The gas price fluctuate between $2.84 and $2.99 in Aurora as of 2024-02-25. Find the cheapest station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Sunday is $3.262, a week ago the price is $3.279 , according to AAA.
New Conservationist Forrest Summers to Advise Local Landowners in Barry, McDonald, and Newton Counties
Forrest Summers has been named the new private land conservationist for Barry, McDonald, and Newton counties by the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC). Summers has a background in various roles within MDC, which will be beneficial in his new position. His duties will involve offering conservation advice to landowners, collaborating with MDC staff and external agencies, and sharing resource management information at workshops and events.
New Waste Processing Facility to be Constructed on Industrial Drive in Lawrence County
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources’ Waste Management Program has issued a construction permit to Doty Real Estate, LLC. The permit is for a solid waste processing facility in Lawrence County, named the Doty Transfer Station. The facility will manage non-hazardous solid waste, moving it from collection vehicles to long-haul carriers. The waste will then be transported to approved disposal facilities. The planned location is on the 900 block of Industrial Drive, about 0.37 mile northeast of Hwy. 39 in Aurora.
Decomposed body found near Miller identified as Greenfield’s Rysted
On Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2024, the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office received a call regarding the discovery of a body in a field near Miller. When workers on a local farm were picking up rocks they found what appeared to be a body lying in an overgrown brush patch and called 911.
Loghann Leivan leads a balanced attack to beat Pierce City
The Miller Cardinals won the last time they faced the Pierce City Eagles, and things went their way on Wednesday too. Miller came out on top against Pierce City by a score of 63-52. Given Miller's advantage in MaxPreps' Missouri basketball rankings (they are ranked 127th, while Pierce City is ranked 270th), the result wasn't entirely unexpected.
Blue Eye uses hot 3-point shooting to win Class 2 District 11 championship
Big first and third quarters were enough for Blue Eye to hold off Wheaton to win the Class 2 District 11 championship on Saturday. Blue Eye opened up with an 11-2 advantage in the first quarter before Wheaton answered back to cut the deficit to four at 19-15 going into the half.
Billings pulls away in fourth quarter to win first district title since 2012
Grant Heimer could only sit and watch last season. Going into his junior year, Heimer tore the meniscus in his right knee while playing summer baseball. He spent six months rehabbing and missed Billings’ fall baseball and winter basketball seasons. “It was terrible,” said Heimer, now a senior forward....
Cassville man struck by vehicle
A Cassville man was struck by a vehicle on Feb. 11 at 12:02 a.m. on Highway 60, half a mile west of Monett. According to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report, James Hardesty, 31, of Cassville, was crossing the roadway in the dark when he was struck by a 2014 Chevrolet Impala, being driven by Karsyn Hardin, 32, of Monett.
Cassville tops out PAC
The Cassville school district marked a significant milestone in the construction of its new Performing Arts Center (PAC) project with a topping out ceremony held at the construction site the morning of Feb. 19. A topping out ceremony is a construction tradition celebrating the progress of the project. The informal...
Cassville powerhouse being demolished
A last remnant of Cassville’s railroad is undergoing demolition. Jim Hiers and his wife, Lora, who own and operate Special Enterprises, an excavation business based in Cape Fair, submitted the winning bid of $68,800 to the City of Cassville to tear down the long-abandoned, derelict structure at the corner of East and 9th Streets.
Flyer Homes’ new listing in Pea Ridge offers two bedrooms, two baths, plus a penthouse for your feathered friends
Flyer Homes Springdale’s latest listing in Pea Ridge has a place for you and your feathered friends. Nestled just minutes from Big Sugar Golf Course and a short drive to downtown Bentonville, this home at 1197 Nemett Drive in Pea Ridges is convenient, charming and so comfortable. Enjoy a...
Tiger Sanctuary at Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge expanding for more big cats
EUREKA SPRINGS, Ark. — Nestled in the Ozark Mountains just outside Eureka Springs is Turpentine Creek Wildlife Refuge. For over thirty years, it has rescued big cats nationwide. The sanctuary recently acquired over thirty cats from Carole Baskin's Big Cat Rescue featured in the Netflix show Tiger King. Tanya...
National nonprofit to build Benton County home for injured veteran
A military veteran will receive a new home from a nonprofit that supports injured troops. An event to kick off the construction of the home took place recently in Pea Ridge. U.S. Army Sgt. Andrew Butterworth will be the fourth veteran in Arkansas to receive a home from Massachusetts-chartered nonprofit Homes For Our Troops. Veterans in Clarksville, Farmington and Russellville have also received new homes from the nonprofit.