Many of us sprang forward over the weekend, but one Carthage man is still fixing his clocks.
A well known sandwich spokesman makes a stop in Joplin.
Many Catholics are celebrating Ash Wednesday by giving up something they enjoy.
The students participating were born in the year 2000, so they had to research someone famous from the 20th century.
People were given a short stack for a donation to CMN and the money will go to help families with sick children.
Tim Corntassel has been delivering main in Miami for three decades.
A Catholic nun is spreading her faith across several languages.
A Missouri Southern State University student is reliving some fond memories from before the Joplin tornado.
The Candy House in Joplin hosted more than 25 people from various chocolate companies across the country today.
A few hundred future inventors were in Miami for an annual science fair.
An area veteran is recovering from his post traumatic stress disorder, thanks to the help of a four legged friend and a generous doctor.
A tractor from Carthage will soon be shipped to Africa to help save lives.
Presidents' Day is a holiday to honor President George Washington and President Abraham Lincoln, since both share a birthday in February.
Some guys send roses, others send men dressed in red shirts to carry a tune for them on Valentine's Day.
More than 400 Neosho students had their accounts paid in full for overdue lunch bills.
Several Missouri Southern State University students took a trip back in clothing history.
Students at Joplin High School are embracing a technology more than 100 years old.
It's a reminder to women to be aware of heart disease.
The display will be up until the end of March and is free to the public.
A Joplin woman is on the side of the angels with her art.
The Olympic games are happening in Sochi, Russia this year, but how many of them could be performed right here?
The circus is in town at the Carthage Memorial Hall.
I'm sure you've heard of the robot dance move, but who knew robots could actually dance?
Dakota Vincent says he received a lot of help from the CP center in Joplin and is selling hearts for a dollar to raise money for the center.
John "Smitty" Smith has surpassed four million miles on the road.
Missouri Southern State University students had a chance to relive some of Dr. King's famous speeches today.
The students ranked first place in the state for their Chinese language skills at a Kansas City speech contest.
The bone chilling temperatures aren't stopping some men from dancing at a popular Joplin intersection.
National Pie Day began back in 1986 to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Crisco.
Martin Luther King's "I Have A Dream" speech has inspired many people around the world, including those in Joplin.
Rachel Wilson has recently started creating bow ties made of duck and turkey feathers.
Rob Jones is a double amputee who is riding his bike across the country to raise money for three veteran charities.
Many of us have fond memories of being read a children's book before bed, but one area woman has thousands to choose from.
They may be young, but some area students are already showing their work in an art gallery.
Dozens of area seniors are getting serenaded during the lunch hour.
Many kids are enjoying their third week of a Christmas vacation due to all the extra snow days.
Some area kids are turning the snow in their backyard into a dessert.
When the temperatures drop a certain craving increases for Ice Cream.
A 10 year old Webb City boy is keeping busy with all the snow on the ground.
Thousands of shoppers crowded the Northpark Mall in Joplin.
Christmas is this Wednesday and area grade school students are giving their opinions on what is hot.
A few hundred kids will have toys under the Christmas tree thanks to the generosity of the Four States.
The art will be on display for one more day inside the high school gym.
The students received the special ride because of their reading skills.
An annual Christmas card tradition is continuing in a small Southwest Missouri town.
For a group of Joplin collectors, it's Christmas all year round.
The Minerva started making Christmas candy back in 1913.
A Joplin artist is spotlighted for his origami artwork at the Post Memorial Art Museum inside the Joplin Public Library.
The collection is at Joplin City Hall for the Christmas window display until the first of the year.
Clark Griswald may have some competition when it comes to Christmas light decorations.
Some rare toys are on display in Carl Junction this month.
If you can't wrap a Christmas present, there's now some hope and it will raise money for a good cause.
The money will help with the feeding program throughout the year.
A Joplin comic book collector is showing off his unique collection that focuses on lesser known heroes.
The last remnants of fall are disappearing from the streets of Joplin.
Santa visited Styles in Joplin to get a neck massage today.
There are many things to be thankful for this holiday season.
It's the busiest travel day of the year, and many motorists stopped in Joplin to stretch their legs.
179 families were signed up this year for the program, that is up 50 families from last year.
A new non-profit in Joplin is helping young women get back on their feet.
Parents are also advised to clean things your kids use often like the remote control, game controllers and ipods.
Jeremy Warner has been ringing for Salvation Army for the past 6 years.
The sound of Christmas is in the air with Salvation Army bell ringers posted in front of area businesses.
To celebrate, the Joplin Recycling Center is giving away 250 wire compost bins.
For the month of November all senior dogs can be adopted for $15 at the Joplin Humane Society.
A Joplin man is strumming up a fun hobby in his retirement.
Wedding bells are in the air thanks to a special date on the calendar.
Carthage area veterans are recognized by some of their biggest fans.
Area elementary students learned a sweet lesson in candy making.
Early spring rains helped provide extra nutrients for the trees, which has led to bright fall colors.
A Joplin woman is rebuilding her Halloween collection after the May 22nd tornado destroyed much of it.
A Carthage family has spent several weeks getting their house into the Halloween spirit.
A Joplin man is turning pumpkins into works of art.
A Carthage family is growing ghosts down on their farm, ghost peppers that is.
More than a dozens artists have traveled to Joplin to rock out.
A few hundred kids went down on the farm to learn where their food comes from.
Some young broadcasters are keeping their fellow students informed every morning.
Dozens of less fortunate families will be able to keep warm this winter thanks to the generosity of an area quilting group.
A classic plane has landed in Joplin and is turning some heads.
Tens of thousands of people are headed to Mount Vernon to celebrate their love of apple butter.
A Carthage couple will be competing against other countries for the best tasting BBQ.
Two Oronogo women are trying to keep up with the demand of their growing business.
Halloween is a few weeks away and riding a hayride to pick out the perfect pumpkin could help raise money for a good cause.
Dr. Fly's Salon setup inside of the lobby of Freeman Health System to sell pink hair extensions, proceeds will go to the Freeman Helping Friends Mammogram Fund
The event will be continuing all weekend at the Baxter Springs Museum and it's free to the public.
The Webb City High School marching band is needing to raise 50,000 more dollars to help fund a spring break trip.
If you've been on Range Line in Joplin you may have seen some food dancing going on.
Employees at a Halloween store on south Range Line in Joplin work to catch the attention of drivers.
An area post office is raising money for breast cancer research.
Pieces of the Titanic have landed in the Four States.
The Guilty By Association Truck Show is being held in Joplin Friday and Saturday.
Several family members setup informational displays to share the history of their loved ones.
A historic barn from the 1800's is getting a makeover.
A Lamar man is making recycled art.
As a part of Banned Book Week, the Joplin Public Library is showcasing controversial books from the past year.
Some Carthage everyday heroes were recognized for their hard work in the community.
A Webb City landmark has a new owner with a passion for food.
Many people in Joplin celebrated by heading to Eagle Drive In.
In case you didn't check the calendar, today is Constitution Day and an area college is celebrating.
A new book is focusing on the history of Carthage over the last 50 years.