The Joplin Board of Education will take up the task Tuesday of naming the new early childhood center. A committee of parents, school staff and community members, with community historian Brad Belk as its spokesperson, will recommend that the administrative and child services area of the building be named after the late Melissa Fuell Cuther and that the learning grove in the middle of the building be named after the late Stephanie Stephens.
The bridge on Missouri Highway 171 over Center Creek in Carl Junction reopened to traffic today, the Missouri Department of Transportation has announced. Officials with MoDOT cautioned that lane closings and traffic delays should be expected during the upcoming month to allow the contractor to apply final lane markings and rumble strips. The bridge was closed to traffic on May 30 for repairs.
CARL JUNCTION, Mo. — The Highway 171 bridge over Center Creek reopened to traffic on Thursday afternoon, the Missouri Department of Transportation announced.The timing couldn't have been better for Gary Stubblefield, executive director of the Carl Junction Area Chamber of Commerce. Like many in the city, he is busy preparing for Saturday's annual bluegrass festival, which draws an estimated 15,000 to 20,000 visitors to Center Creek Park each year.
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Selecting a term
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