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Chanute woman airlifted after car-semi wreck Saturday night Featured
One person was hurt in a car-semi crash in eastern Greenwood County on Saturday night. According to the Kansas Highway Patrol, 25-year-old Adrienne Wahl of Chanute was eastbound on US Highway 400 when the crash happened around 8:45 pm about nine miles east of Severy. Wahl's car went left of center f
Despite turnovers, Hutchinson takes win over Neosho
CHANUTE, Kan. — Hutchinson Community College had an equal opponent in Neosho County Community College Wednesday night, but came away with an 87-78 win. In the first quarter, the score was tied at 10-10 for almost two minutes. Neosho’s Jessica Jones broke that tie with a three-pointer with 3:20 left.
Seven up for Council seat
Iola Mayor Jon Wells has a decision to make tonight. Wells will pick from one of seven residents who have submitted their names to replace Michael Middleton on the Iola City Council. The pick must then be confirmed by the other seven Council members. The seven who contacted Iola City Hall prior to .
Neosho man draws prison term in DWI accident
NEOSHO, Mo. — A defendant charged with drunken driving in two injury accidents within a 10-day period earlier this year was sentenced to four years in prison Monday on a conviction in one of the cases.
One Person Killed after Crane Collapse
WILSON COUNTY, KS - A man is killed after a crane collapse south of Fredonia, KS. According to Wilson County Sheriff Pete Figgin, deputies were called Friday morning about possible on site work related accident.
AUDIO: Dragons fight into overtime against Panthers
CHANUTE, Kan. — The Hutchinson Community College Blue Dragons survived in overtime to beat Neosho 86-81. Boubacar Kamissoko had back-to-back 3-pointers that gave Hutchinson a 31-27 lead with 4:12 to play in the first half.
Joplin ready for first wrestling season under Finley
From his high school days in Chanute, Kansas, to his college days at Neosho County Community College and Central Missouri, to his coaching days at Carl Junction –– wrestling has played a special role in Jeremy Finley’s life for decades.
Crowder SkillUP program offers free training for food-stamp recipients
NEOSHO, Mo. — Crowder College is now one of several locations across the state to offer the SkillUP program, which provides free, short-term work training for Missourians receiving food stamps from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
169 route will allow southbound traffic, too
U.S. 169 will allow southbound traffic between Minnesota and Hawaii roads once the road reconstruction project enters its second phase at the end of this week. On Tuesday, the Register reported the new phase, which will include the closure of 169 between Hawaii Road (the Humboldt turnoff) and Delawa
KNEO plans another community Christmas dinner
For the 10th year, KNEO Radio will host a community Christmas dinner on December 25. The Neosho Daily News sat down with Roberta Foster, KNEO, to talk about this year's event. NDN: Could you tell our readers the main purpose of the community Christmas dinner?
Yates Center boys win home tournament for second straight year
YATES CENTER — The Yates Center Wildcats defended their home turf Friday with a 46-43 win over the Sedan Blue Devils in the championship game of the Wildcat Winter Classic. The game came down to the final seconds. The two teams — in height, in athleticism, in hustle, in their ...
Man dies after crane collapse in southeast Kansas
FREDONIA, Kan. (AP) - Authorities say a man has died after a crane collapsed at a construction site in southeast Kansas. Wilson County Sheriff Pete Figgin says deputies were called Friday to the site south of Fredonia, where a Fredonia Water Treatment Plant is under construction.
Capitol murals, including those by Thomas Hart Benton, focus of conservation efforts
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — In the House Lounge on the third floor of the Missouri Capitol, Neosho-born artist Thomas Hart Benton gives visitors a larger-than-life look at the state’s history.
Bright Futures Neosho receives $5,000 donation
NEOSHO, Mo. — Bright Futures Neosho received a $5,000 donation from the Arvest Foundation this week, which will help further the organization's efforts to meet the immediate needs of students in the Neosho School District.
Spirited comeback falls short for Humboldt High girls
HUMBOLDT — Aubrey Jones isn’t fond of losing, but Friday’s defeat for Humboldt High’s girls, a 52-49 setback to Erie, left her optimistic. Humboldt came up just shy with a ferocious fourth-quarter comeback, trimming a double-digit deficit to two points — with several opportunities to tie — before th
Cubs roll to tourney win over Crest
HUMBOLDT — It was hard to tell which pleased David Taylor more. Was it Humboldt High’s stingy defense that fed the Cub offense to a number of game-changing runs against visiting Crest? Or was it Humboldt’s unselfish offense, moving the ball effectively to keep the Lancer defense off balance as part
Cubs go 1-1 to wrap up tourney play
HUMBOLDT — Too many second chances and too much Jaden Gard made life miserable Friday for Humboldt High. The Erie senior started fast and ended faster, scorching the nets for 28 points as the Red Devils defeated Humboldt 72-62 to take home the Emprise Bank Tournament championship. The Red Devils sho
Humboldt girls pick up first win of season
HUMBOLDT — A flurry of 3-pointers from Humboldt High Maggie Johnson broke open a close game Thursday. Her teammates took it from there, keeping visiting Crest High at bay in the Lady Cubs’ 45-33 victory. The win, coming in the second round of Humboldt’s preseason tournament, was the Lady Cubs’ first
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SKIL Holiday Dinner - December 7
A free hot dinner, music and other festivities are on tap for SKIL Resource Center’s annual community event “My Home for the Holidays.” It will be held on December 7, 2018 at the Parsons VFW at 5:30 p.m. The public is invited.