Sunday, October 23, 2016

$4 million lottery winner and Dankelson donation top Turner Report/Inside Joplin posts this week

Money played a key role in several of the top Turner Report/Inside Joplin links this week. A Joplin woman $4 million in the Missouri Lottery, Jasper County Prosecuting Attorney Dean Dankelson accepted $5,000 from the family of a man awaiting trial on felony charges, and the Joplin R-8 School District continues to spend more and more money on the P1 lawsuit.

For about the fourth time in the past couple of months, a 2010 Turner Report investigation into Sen. Roy Blunt cracked the top 10.

The links are provided below.


1. Dankelson accepts $5,000 from family of man awaiting trial on felony charges

2. Joplin R-8 Board hires two new officials, accepts resignation

3. Former Webb City superintendent named to Joplin R-8 post

4. The seduction of Roy Blunt

5. Joplin R-8 District has paid Kansas City law firm more than $1 million

6. So you want to be a head baseball coach at Joplin High School

7. Winners and losers from tonight's presidential debate

8. Watch the Donald Trump-Hillary Clinton debate live

9. Joplin man pleads guilty to child pornography charge

10. After Turner Report investigation, Joplin Globe follow-up, questions remain for Dankelson


1. Joplin woman wins $4 million in Missouri Lottery

2. Former Joplin Police officer Don Stone dead at 52

3. Jasper County Dissolutions of Marriage

4. Jasper County Sheriff's Office Arrests

5. Highway Patrol Arrests October 21-22

6. Verona student killed in ATV accident

7. Joplin Police Department Arrests October 17-18

8. Joplin Police Department Arrests October 20-21

9. Newton County Dissolutions of Marraige

10. Jasper County Sheriff's Office Arrests


1. Lawrence Wormington

2. James Ellison

3. Dalton Heseman

4. Lee Henson

5. Chris Beaver

6. Jeremy Knight

7. Alan Reinke

8. Raymond Bresee

9. Barbara Studyvin

10. Elizabeth Gomez-Lopez

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