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Jasper County Health Department announces 3 more COVID deaths

JASPER COUNTY, Mo. – The Jasper County Health Department says another three more residents have died with COVID-19. The patients were two women in their 60’s and 90’s and a man in his 50’s. The latest deaths bring the county’s total to 172. COPYRIGHT 2021 BY KOAM NEWS NOW. ALL...
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SUV pulled into the path of utility truck Missouri State Highway Patrol Trooper tells us at crash scene, north of Seneca

NEWTON COUNTY, Mo. — Missouri State Highway Patrol release information overnight regarding a serious crash on MO-43 at Iris Road/BB in Newton County, Monday around 4:30 p.m. Trooper B. Dodson reports that Stephanie Langland, 35, of Seneca, Missouri, was driving a 2007 Chevy Equinox and pulled into the path of a utility truck. Langland suffered life-threatening injuries. Was transported by ambulance to Joplin then flown to KU Medical Center in Kansas City.
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Weather Forecast For Monett

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Monett: Tuesday, July 27: Sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Wednesday, July 28: Sunny during the day; while clear overnight; Thursday, July 29: Sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Friday, July 30: Sunny during the day;
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MSHP Troop D welcomes two new troopers

Two new Missouri State Highway Patrol Troopers have been assigned to the district that covers southwest Missouri. According to a press release from the Missouri State Highway Patrol, on July 23 Captain Justin McCullough, commanding officer of Troop D, announced Troop D has been assigned two new troopers who were both members of the 111th Recruit Class, which graduated from the Patrol Academy on July 23, 2021.
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Missouri man, 26, regrets not getting vaccinated after COVID-19 battle

MONETT, Mo. (KY3/Gray News) - A 26-year-old Missouri husband and father is sharing his story about his battle with COVID-19 in hopes others will opt to get vaccinated. Kole Eden of Monett didn’t feel the need to get vaccinated against the disease several months ago because he was young and in good health, but KY3 reports he recently contracted the virus and needed emergency care.
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Hiring Now: These roles are open in Joplin

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Absentee Voting For August 3 Election

Greene County voters can vote by absentee this Saturday for the August 3rd election. The only issues on the ballot are for people in the city of Republic, the Brookline Fire Protection District, and the Walnut Grove School District. You can vote in-person at the Greene County Clerk’s Office on...
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Two people killed and five injured in passenger van crash near Newton over the weekend

(AP) – Authorities have identified two people killed in the crash of a passenger van near Newton that also injured five others. The Kansas Highway Patrol says 35-year-old Stephanie Manyseng and 43-year-old Rudy Perez-Marcial, both of Wichita, died in the Saturday morning crash. Investigators say the crash occurred when the 16-passenger van carrying seven people went off Interstate 135 between two bridges, down an embankment and hit a bridge pillar. Officials have said it’s unclear why the van left the road. Officials say Manyseng and Perez-Marcial died at the scene. Two others were critically injured and three others were seriously injured.
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