Weekend Wrap (Feb. 19 & 20)

Here is a quick look at the top local stories from the weekend.
Weekend Wrap
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Joplin Police seek assistance identifying man in armed robbery

JOPLIN, Mo. – The Joplin Police Department released information regarding an Armed Robbery on Thursday afternoon.  In doing so they are seeking any information the public might have to assist their case. Click here to read more.

Grove woman sentenced to federal prison for stabbing witness

GROVE, Okla. -A judge in U.S. Federal Court sentenced Marie Morrow, 26, on Feb. 17, 2022, after she pleaded guilty to assault with a dangerous weapon in Indian Country. Due to the plea, the courts dropped another count of assault. Click here to read more.

Osage Nation release renderings of proposed Lake of the Ozarks casino

PAWHUSKA, Okla. – The new property is part of a new entertainment district in Missouri announced last fall by the Osage Nation. The project is expected to be completed in multiple phases with an estimated $60 million investment in the region, bringing new jobs, tourism and revenue for the Lake of the Ozarks community. Click here to read more.

Fort Scott event celebrates Black History Month

FORT SCOTT, Kan. – Gordan Parks museum celebrates Black History Month with film and open mic event. The museum featured a screening of the movie Many Fires This Time: We The 100 Million at the Danny and Willa Ellis Family Fine Arts Center. Click here to read more.