Chicken wire animal art will be on display at the Wildcat Glades Nature Center in Joplin as a way to expose art to people who normally would not see it.
The Carl Junction Community Center held a poker tournament for dozens of area seniors.
West Central Elementary School student Karen Alvarado is named a National Scholastic All Star for her reading skills.
Ken Wise and his wife Nancy met and fell in love while volunteering at Freeman Health System in Joplin.
The Missouri Southern State University Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority hosted a High Heel Race as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Week.
Eleanor Davis and Kathryn Fast have been volunteering at Freeman Health System in Joplin for more than 15 years with babies in the NICU and the nursery.
Columbia Elementary School kindergartners celebrated Earth Day by picking up trash from their playground.
Kathi and Roy Stephens lace up their shoes and join dozens of people at the Neosho Fish Hatchery to represent the hundreds of foster children they have welcomed into their home.
There are more than 70 healing and comfort dogs across the county that work with Immanuel Lutheran Church in Joplin.
Missouri Southern State University host a state music festival for hundreds of area band students.
National Librarian Day is being celebrated today to honor the men and women who inspire the next generation to become life long readers.
A Colorado man is traveling to all 50 states to play a game of chess.
Koral Martin has more than 150 pieces of her art on display at McCune Brooks Hospital and she will be the featured artist at this years Carthage Downtown Art Walk on April 26th.
Lena Vaughn of Anderson celebrates her 103rd birthday.
Workers at Souls Harbor in Joplin are trying to raise 30 thousand dollars for a kitchen makeover.
Lola Wade will be directing the Wizard of Oz as her last musical performance after 40 years of directing and teaching.
A Joplin main street book store is celebrating a milestone.
A Joplin man has over 200 cars but these are on the smaller scale.
KSN Brad Douglas speaks to several people at Northpark Mall in Joplin to see if they fell victim to a April Fools Day joke.
Students from Fairview Elementary and Carthage Health and Rehab residents searched for Easter eggs together.
The 24th Annual Science Fair was held at Missouri Southern State University for area students.
Two brothers have started a Scrabble club and they compete nationally for prize money.
A Joplin man will now be able to get in and out of his home thanks to the Independent Living Center of Joplin.
Two area mothers are now using cloth diapers on their children as a way to help the environment and save money.
Dozens of senior citizens were working the runway for a spring fashion show.
Cheryl Smith has been collecting Barbie dolls for more than 20 years and now her collection is on display at the Joplin Public Library.
A Con Way Truckload driver is being recognized for driving 300 million miles accident free since 1986.
PSU hosted their annual Science Fair for more than 600 high school students from the surrounding area.
The annual Big Wheel Days at First United Methodist Preschool in Joplin kicked off today with dozens of different toddler sized shops the preschoolers could visit on their Big Wheels.
Patrick McGlashan is from Scotland and he met his American wife Debra through a chat room online and they now run the Tartan Traders antique store on Range Line in Joplin.
A new concert series called Music Mondays is being held at the Episcopal Church in Carthage every first Monday of each month.
Joplin community leaders will be reading Dr. Suess books as part of a Read Across America event that will be held at the Northpark Mall from 11 to 2 in the evening March 2nd.
The Joplin Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting this morning to officially open the new Goodwill store on Range Line.
Pittsburg State University has a new 3D printer.
Bunny Newton the owner on Newton's Jewelers turns 90 years old.
MSSU and PSU students create their own Youtube version of the Harlem Shake.
NEO College in Miami host the 53rd annual Science and Engineering Fair.
The Joplin Family YMCA is offering daycare services to parents on snow days for 15 dollars all day for Y members or 25 dollars for non members.
Superintendent Dennis Wilson visits the Lamar Middle School once a week to show off his magic tricks to work into a fun lesson for the children.
Bobby Norfolk of the kids show Gator Tales came to Pittsburg High School to teach students about the art of storytelling.
Higdeon's Florist in Joplin stayed busy today with several men ordering flowers for their special valentine one day late.
Tiffany and Randy Sutton married last April with a 25 year age difference between them and they say they are still very much in love this Valentines Day.
Dudley and Lisa Turpin have been married 22 years with a 32 year age difference between them and they say their love keeps them young.
Today was the 204th birthday of President Abraham Lincoln.
Surprise your valentine with a special love song at their work place by the Tri State Men Barbershop Quartet.
Royal Heights Elementary students in Joplin are learning about the luck of the Irish.
There were more than 40 photographers competing for the cover of a local magazine.
The Joplin iHop is celebrating National Pancake Day by offering free pancakes until 10 this evening to help raise funds for the Childrens Miracle Network.
A Man Cave expo is being held at the Holiday Inn Convention Center in Joplin on Saturday at 10 in the morning until 6 in the evening for only 3 dollars to enter.