Positive Covid-19 case at Spring River Christian Village
Proactively, on June 16, 2020 all residents and associates were tested for COVID-19 and results are expected in near future.
City of Joplin encourages people to answer survey about Covid-19
Survey will try to match resources with needs
A look back: Storm chasers reunite with Joplin tornado survivor they helped rescue
Storm chasers reunite with Joplin tornado survivor
Original air date 5/21/2013 (Warning: Graphic video)
Dealing with social distancing stress
Social distancing can bring crisis to individuals in individual ways.
New webpage details Missouri Covid-19 stimulus money
There are guidelines based on population.
Freeman doctor discusses benefits of Covid-19 antibody testing
It's being described as a different phase in the fight against Covid-19.
Crawford County Addiction Treatment Center suspends some services
Outpatient services still available
CARES Act includes emergency money for local educational institutions, students
Money is slated for students with "urgent" needs
Local organizations and schools donate time, resources for Covid-19 prevention and treatment
People are making masks and other needed supplies
Better Business Bureau releases new complaint data centering around Covid-19
The most common type of scam involved masks.
Joplin health director anticipates more Covid-19 cases
"I believe social distancing is helping to blunt that rise in cases."
Joplin announces changes to parks after first case of Covid-19 community spread
"I'm still believing it's going to not have an as big of an impact on us as other cities."
Law enforcement: More computer time for kids should mean more parent supervision
It's an even more important role for parents during this time.
Neosho: No stay at home order, for now
"90% of Neosho is essential..."
Joplin parks director says there is no enforcement of social distancing...for now
"I'm not saying that can't happen."
Joplin mayor: Possibility of stay at home order
City officials are discussing this possible measure
Progressive Products, Inc Recognized as Exporting Business of the Year at 2020 Kansas Small Business Awards
Progressive Products, Inc. (PPI) develops components for pneumatic conveying systems.
Woman who led police on chase around downtown Carthage sentenced to prison
Two years in prison
Third person is charged after hospital bomb threat
Police say Cox Barton County Hospital was evacuated because a man didn't want to take a drug test.
Stotts City, MO man pleads guilty to statutory sodomy
He originally plead not guilty
Joplin clinic benefits from grant
Delta Dental gives grants for teaching importance of dental health
Brother and sister remain hospitalized after gas can explosion
Mr. Food: Lemon-Rosemary Roasted Cornish Hens
Mr. Food: Sugar 'N' Spice Nuts
Mr. Food: Tempting Turkey Tetrazzini
Mr. Food: Layered Spaghetti Casserole
Mr. Food: Italian Crescent Rollups
Mr. Food: Cranberry Bliss Bread
Mr. Food: Drive 'Em Wild Potatoes
Documents show officials investigated man's well-being months before his body was found in freezer
Police put a mental alert in their system for wife
Better Business Bureau Issues Warning About Carthage Company
Missouri man who shot deputy indicted for meth trafficking, illegal firearm
Charged in a four-count indictment
Back the Blue License Plate Unveiled
Money will help maintain Missouri memorial
Life After Legalization: Growers
Joplin's Trolley & MAPS Transportation Suspended
FDA takes on flatulent cows
Former NFL running back charged with rape in Kansas
Governor orders flags at half-staff for fallen deputy