Director of Construction Mike Johnson shows Philip several artists' renderings of new elementary and middle schools, and the new Joplin High School and Franklin Tech joint facility.
Gary and Toni talk with Patrick Tuttle about the planned Walk of Unity in remembrance of those who lost their lives as a result of the May 22nd tornado, and in celebration of the courage and resilience of those who survived.
Patrick Tuttle of the Joplin Convention & Visitors' Bureau lays out plans for the Day of Unity event planned for May 22nd, the first anniversary of the deadly Joplin tornado.
Pastor Aaron Brown of St. Paul's United Methodist Church shares some thoughts on how to help get yourself - and others - through the tornado anniversary.
Lori Marble talks with Gary about an installation of hundreds of photos taken in the days following the tornado.
Jay Chism of the University of Missouri Extension Service introduces a publication authored by a mother and daughter who, after the May 22nd 2011 tornado in Joplin, put up a Facebook page called "Joplin Tornado Info."
Sean Harrison and Shelly Brewer of Downstream Casino preview the Summer Concert Series, of which a portion of the proceeds will benefit the Joplin Tornado First Response Fund.
Band Director Rick Castor and Eagle Pride Band section leader Chris Phillips talk about the trying year the band has faced, and the upcoming Spring Concert.
Michelle Hare, mother of Lantz Hare and founder of the organization that bears his name, talks about an upcoming fundraiser to benefit the Foundation scholarship fund, and what her life has been like since losing Lantz in the May 2011 tornado.
Gary joins Ann Leach at the ribbon-cutting event for the Creative Cottage, a retreat and healing place for those dealing with stress and grief.