Nathan Papes, News-Leader

Nathan Papes

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Springfield, MO, United States

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Past articles by Nathan:

Beer prevails: How two local breweries adapted during the pandemic

Two operations that rely on both distribution to bars and in-person customers explain how they shifted gears. → Read More

Start a family tradition: Visit Christmas Towne tree farm in Mountain Grove

For those looking to create a Christmas family tradition, consider a drive to the new Christmas tree farm near Mountain Grove. → Read More

Police investigate shooting in west Springfield after backyard argument

The shooter surrendered peaceful to police and was taken to headquarters for questioning, police said. → Read More

Body found in Laclede County creek appears to be murder, sheriff says

Young had been reported as a missing person to the Laclede County Sheriff’s Office on Nov. 4 by family members. → Read More

Police investigate fatal motorcycle crash in north Springfield

There appears to be a body covered y a sheet in the middle of the intersection. → Read More

Ambulance knocked on its side in Springfield crash

The crash happened at the intersection of Campbell Avenue and Grand Street. → Read More

Dogs and cats find homes on 'clear the shelters' day

Shelters and rescue agencies have been operating at capacity for several months. → Read More

One injured in afternoon motorcycle crash

One person was taken to the hospital and their condition is unknown. → Read More

Semitrailer overturns on I-44 in Springfield

Two lanes of the interstate were blocked after the crash. → Read More

Perennials, vegetables, trees, among hundreds of plants for sale at Master Gardeners sale

More than 50 people were waiting in line for the 21st Annual Master Gardeners Plant Sale to open for the chance to buy some of the hundreds of plants on sale. → Read More

Scenes of flooding around Springfield

Prolonged rain through the Ozarks led to watered-covered roadways and the James River on the rise in eastern Greene County. → Read More

The first ride of Time Traveler, Silver Dollar City's newest roller coaster

SIlver Dollar City's newest roller coaster sends riders out for the first time. → Read More

Paul Lusk fired as MSU head basketball coach

Watch the press conference where Missouri State announced that Paul Lusk was fired as the MSU head basketball coach in its entirety. → Read More

VIDEO: Monkey born at Dickerson Park Zoo

The black and white colobus monkey weighs about one pound. → Read More

Pineapple Whip is open. There's still snow on the ground.

Even with snow still on the ground, Pineapple Whip is open for their annual Whip Solstice this weekend with three flavors -- mango-peach, strawberry-kiwi and pineapple -- on tap. → Read More

Watch the best dunks from the Tournament of Champions dunk contest

The Bass Pro Shops Tournament of Champions held a dunk contest featuring some of the best high school basketball players from the area and around the country. → Read More

Watch the best dunks from the Tournament of Champions dunk contest

The Bass Pro Shops Tournament of Champions held a dunk contest featuring some of the best high school basketball players from the area and around the country. → Read More

Very unusual two-headed snake on display in Branson

A rare two headed snake is on display at the Shepherd of the Hills Hatchery in Branson. The snake was found in Hurley, Mo. and will ultimately grow to about 6 feet long → Read More

Watch Springfield man see vivid color for the first time.

Hurts Donut purchased pairs of Enchroma glasses to allow those with colorblindness to experience color. The glasses will travel between stores initially but will permanently land at their south Springfield location sometime next year. → Read More

News-Leader photographers' favorite images from 2017

President Trump, an eclipse, floods and numerous farm animals. News-Leader photographers share their favorite photos from 2017. → Read More