SUV overturns off 249 near Carterville, motor ‘cold to the touch’
JASPER COUNTY, Mo. — About 5:45 a.m., Sunday, May 28, 2023 reports of an overturned vehicle off 249 near the split for Webb City/Carterville alerted Jasper County E-911. Carterville Fire Dept and METS ambulance responded. Due to the close proximity Carterville Police responded to the scene. Missouri State Highway Patrol were notified.
High-octane action continues at Mo-Kan Dragways Memorial Day Bracket Classic
JASPER COUNTY, Mo. — The tradition of Memorial Day continues at Mo-Kan Dragway north of Asbury, Mo. on MO-171. The 57th Annual Memorial Day Weekend Bracket Classic features high octane racing with competitors from across the country.
Nevada man convicted on 4 counts in Capitol riot
May 26—A federal judge ruled Friday that a locksmith from Nevada, Missouri, was guilty on all four misdemeanor counts he was facing in the riot two years ago at the nation's Capitol. At a hearing in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, Judge Royce Lamberth found 34-year-old...
Longtime Pittsburg doctor retiring
PITTSBURG, Kan. — A staple in the medical field in Pittsburg is celebrated for his decades of service. Dr. David Hueter has practiced medicine in Pittsburg for more than 50 years. But he says the time has come for him to hang up his stethoscope. A retirement reception was held in his honor this afternoon. He’s spent the past 13 years at the Community Health Clinic of Southeast Kansas.
Three people lead police on a rural Jasper County pursuit
CARTHAGE, Mo. — An attempted traffic stop by Carthage Police officers yesterday (5/24) led to the pursuit of a vehicle with three people inside. The driver was traveling at a high rate of speed, while breaking numerous traffic laws and endangering the lives of other motorists, police say. Just...
4-Staters gather to remember the life and legacy of Ofc. Lane Burns
CARTHAGE, Mo. - The Lane Burns 306 Tribute and Birthday Celebration kicks off today in Carthage, Missouri in honor of the late Lane Burns. Burns, a former officer from Bonne Terre, Missouri was originally from Carthage.
Explore the stunning architecture of the historic Phelps Country Estate in Carthage, Missouri
An area of 9.6 acres presents the historic Phelps Country Estate that was developed between around 1900 and 1904. That was over a century ago. The estate is located close to Carthage, Missouri (Jasper County). This two-story diverse house represents an architectural style of Late Victorian but also includes elements of Beaux Arts, Classical Revival, and Romanesque.
Local police remind residents to practice proper car safety this summer
PITTSBURG, Kan. - As the hot summer months approach us, the Pittsburg Police Department is reminding residents to never leave their children or pets inside a hot vehicle. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, over half of heatstroke deaths in children (53%) occur when a child is accidentally left in a car, while 26% happen when a child enters a hot car unsupervised.
Avilla Missouri double homicide suspect is sentenced
Avilla, Mo. - Authorities say Kevin Johnson shot and killed Mason McClure and Nicole Hodges in February of 2021. Johnson plead guilty to killing McClure and Hodges because he says they killed his girlfriend Brylee Obanion.
Donkey Rescue host Family Autism Day
LIBERAL, Mo. — A Missouri donkey rescue is raising awareness about the role the animals can play in helping people with autism. T&D Donkey Rescue, a donkey rescue shelter in Liberal, Missouri, organized an event titled "Family Autism Day at the Rescue" to promote awareness about autism and donkeys.
PSU President wraps up final leg of ride at unique company started by grad
Armed with a degree from Pittsburg State University’s Wood Product Manufacturing program, Bob Holloway (BST '04) took a leap of faith in 2010 and started his own business in a small town that doesn’t see many visitors, so he and his business partner, also a Pitt State graduate, were thrilled to open the door to Pitt State President Dan Shipp on Wednesday.
Weekend Wrap (May 27 & 28)
LABETTE COUNTY, Kan. - The Kansas Highway Patrol say three people are dead following a head-on collision six miles East of U169 on U166. SUV overturns off 249 near Carterville, motor ‘cold to the touch’
The dogecoin developer
The perennial question in cryptocurrency is: what is it actually good for? How about downtown revitalization. Driving the news: One native of Pittsburg, Kansas, dumped his 2020 stimulus check into dogecoin, multiplied his money 10 times over and bought an abandoned building downtown. Since then, the project has expanded to...
Carthage Celebration Honors Officer Lane Burns
(Carthage, MO) A celebration to honor Bonne Terre Officer Lane Burns will be held in his home town of Carthage this weekend. Burns was killed in the line of duty while he and his partner, Officer Garrett Worley, were answering a disturbance call at a Bonne Terre Motel in March of 2022. Bonne Terre Police Chief, Doug Calvert, says Burns and Worley, are the kind of officers the department, and the community, can be proud of.
Demo completed at Carthage Rock Stadium
CARTHAGE, Mo. — Demolition is now complete at a longtime fixture in Carthage. A contractor removed the grandstands at Carl Lewton Stadium — also known as Rock Stadium. Workers were able to preserve some of the west side wall, but took down the rest of the condemned structure. The baseball field itself is still usable.
Mo-Kan Dragway 57th Annual Memorial Day Classic is underway
JASPER COUNTY, Mo. — The tradition of Memorial Day continues at Mo-Kan Dragway north of Asbury, Mo. on MO-171.
Community Leaders Gather to Battle Food Insecurity
PITTSBURG, KS - A Hunger Action Summit took place at the Pittsburg Public Library. A Hunger Action Summit, hosted by Kansas Appleseed, brought community members together to discuss the ongoing issue of food insecurity. The event was free to attend and was open to the public.
2023: 5-31,6-7,14,21 Baggs Trustee Sale
We have been appointed Trustee of the Deed of Trust executed by Rella B. Baggs, a single person, dated August 28, 2003, and recorded August 29, 2003, in the office of the Recorder of Deeds of Barton County, Missouri (the “Land Records”), in Deed Book 494, at Page 629, as assigned by that certain Assignment of Mortgage &/or Deed of Trust, dated June 1, 2018, and recorded July 5, 2018, as Instrument No. 2018R00961, in Deed Book 2018, at Page 961, in the Land Records (the “Deed of Trust”), having a legal description as follows:
Carthage students celebrate last day with inspiring messages
CARTHAGE, Mo. — Thursday (5/25) was the last day of school for kids in Carthage. Many of them held celebrations — including these youngsters from Columbian Elementary. 3rd graders marked the end of the school year by creating inspirational rocks. It’s different for each kid, including colorful designs and short messages.
UPDATE: Webb City Police arrest man after barricading in home
WEBB CITY, Mo. — Police in Webb City surround a home on Main Street after identifying a man inside who refused to come out. That man, police say, has felony warrants and a history of carrying firearms. Just after 8:00 p.m. Tuesday (5/23), Webb City police say they saw...
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