Neosho Daily News Managing Editor and General Manager Buzz Ball was kind enough to fill me in today about his trip to Roggen, Colo., to see the illustrious House No. 6, the revolutionary way of taking care of chicken odor which should keep any Neosho resident from being worried about any potential problems that could be caused by Moark's upcoming expansion.
"I flew out there and back on Wednesday, Feb. 9, I was given the opportunity to see the plant first-hand," Ball wrote.
He added, "Nothing in that story was from a press release. All was original from me based on interview and first-hand experience. Plus,all the photos were taken by me."
Ball said, "We flew out from KCI on Frontier Airlines at approximately 10:30 a.m. and returned that evening about 6:45 p.m., I think. So it was a very long day."
I appreciate The Daily's help in clearing the air about the House No. 6 story. It is good that the Neosho Daily News and Liberty Group Publishing were willing to foot the bill to allow the Daily to be able to investigate first-hand a subject of great importance to many readers.