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Recent articles by Joe:

Median barrier cables were in place at Springfield’s I-44 location that killed four people but failed to stop crossover crash

Median safety barriers failed to stop a crossover crash on Thanksgiving night near Springfield on I-44 that killed four people. → Read More

Springfield VFW Post 3404 hosts pre-Thanksgiving event for at-risk veterans and homeless population

Food and supplies for the homeless and at-risk veterans were handed out at a pre-Thanksgiving event at VFW Post 3404 on Wednesday with 29 organizations in attendance to provide services and guidance. → Read More

Phelps Grove Park to be home to Springfield-Greene Co. Park Board’s first-ever musical playground

A first of its kind for the Springfield-Greene County Park Board, a musical playground is planned for Phelps Grove Park starting next summer. → Read More

Phelps Grove Park to be home to Springfield-Greene Co. Park Board’s first-ever musical playground

A first of its kind for the Springfield-Greene County Park Board, a musical playground is planned for Phelps Grove Park starting next summer. → Read More

Construction begins on arena at Ozark Empire Fairgrounds; Can Springfield win bidding wars for events?

The new arena being build at the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds is expected to bring in a lot more regional and national events...if the powers-that-be can compete financially in outbidding other cities. → Read More

Construction begins on arena at Ozark Empire Fairgrounds; Can Springfield win bidding wars for events?

The new arena being build at the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds is expected to bring in a lot more regional and national events...if the powers-that-be can compete financially in outbidding other cities. → Read More

3-D printers and love: How a paraprofessional at Jarrett Middle School changed a 7th graders life

A 7th grader with a genetic disorder at Jarrett Middle School has been able to write his own name and develop writing skills because of a paraprofessional at the school who developed some adapting devices on a 3-D printer. → Read More

3-D printers and love: How a paraprofessional at Jarrett Middle School changed a 7th graders life

A 7th grader with a genetic disorder at Jarrett Middle School has been able to write his own name and develop writing skills because of a paraprofessional at the school who developed some adapting devices on a 3-D printer. → Read More

Local chaplain places pennies of remembrance on over 6,000 headstones at Missouri Veterans Cemetery in Springfield

A Marionville veteran celebrated Veterans Day by placing over 6,000 pennies on every headstone at the Missouri Veterans Cemetery in south Springfield. → Read More

Local chaplain places pennies of remembrance on over 6,000 headstones at Missouri Veterans Cemetery in Springfield

A Marionville veteran celebrated Veterans Day by placing over 6,000 pennies on every headstone at the Missouri Veterans Cemetery in south Springfield. → Read More

Election Day: It’s business as usual for Greene County election officials despite tensions nationwide

The day before the election can be a hectic time for those who run the polling places, but at the Greene County Election Center on Monday, there were no signs of tension or concern. → Read More

Election Day: It’s business as usual for Greene County election officials despite tensions nationwide

The day before the election can be a hectic time for those who run the polling places, but at the Greene County Election Center on Monday, there were no signs of tension or concern. → Read More

What does the future of Christian County look like? You can help decide

The public is invited to give input for Christian County's Comprehensive Plan, which is set to be finalized and considered for approval in early December. Between now and November 7, you can review the plans for the county's future and make suggestions. → Read More

What does the future of Christian County look like? You can help decide

The public is invited to give input for Christian County's Comprehensive Plan, which is set to be finalized and considered for approval in early December. Between now and November 7, you can review the plans for the county's future and make suggestions. → Read More

UPDATE: Republic, Billings community mourns the deaths of 2 teenagers killed in crash

Update on a tragic one-car crash over the weekend that killed two teenagers and injured two others near Republic High School. → Read More

UPDATE: Republic, Billings community mourns the deaths of 2 teenagers killed in crash

Update on a tragic one-car crash over the weekend that killed two teenagers and injured two others near Republic High School. → Read More

MSU Care Clinic adjusts income guidelines so more families can qualify for free services

Access to health care is essential to everyone. Missouri State University’s Care Clinic has made its free services available to more people by adjusting its income guidelines. → Read More

MSU Care Clinic adjusts income guidelines so more families can qualify for free services

Access to health care is essential to everyone. Missouri State University’s Care Clinic has made its free services available to more people by adjusting its income guidelines. → Read More

Missouri State University’s drop in fall enrollment causes revenue loss, budget cuts for next year

With enrollment going down since the pandemic, Missouri State is looking at budget cuts and better ways to recruit and retain students. → Read More

Missouri State University’s drop in fall enrollment causes revenue loss, budget cuts for next year

With enrollment going down since the pandemic, Missouri State is looking at budget cuts and better ways to recruit and retain students. → Read More