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Life & Adventures in Southwestern Missouri: Part 1

May 21, 2017 (by Angela)

Because Jim needed to get some work stuff sorted out, we decided it would be better to stop for a longer stay. 973 more words


Joplin Personal Injury Lawyer Discusses Claims against the Government

It is not common knowledge that civil claims brought against a government entity are not handled entirely the same way as a legal claim against a business or private citizen. 51 more words

Fun & Free (or Nearly Free): First Casino Camping Experience

May 6, 2017 (by Angela)

Jim and I continued across the state of Missouri, so we could visit this weekend with a work associate turned friend turned self-proclaimed “sister by another mother.” Jim met Susan on the Corinth, Mississippi, project where they worked together for 15 or 16 months. 803 more words


The Other Blog is Back

After a lot of noises being made offstage about my long-term history project,  which I haven’t touched for some considerable time,   it’s become apparent that now is the time to do something. 155 more words


Flooding prompts rescues, closures in Missouri

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — Flooding from heavy rains sweeping across the Midwest has killed at least one person in Missouri, prompted numerous rescues and blocked roadways. 106 more words

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What I think I know

A very rapid summary of the history of Joplin Jalopy

Joplin’s War Bond drives will be the subject of another blog post but raised sufficient money to “purchase” at least 50 jeeps, a P-51 Mustang which was named after the Joplin School District, and at least four heavy bombers. 557 more words


Good News Friday: 4/28/17

Earlier this week, I spent a two days and a night on the campus of Ozark Christian College. I did not attend OCC, nor am I employed there. 770 more words