Saturday, September 30, 2017

Links provided for top Turner Report/Inside Joplin posts for the week

The senseless death of young people who have been on this earth for such a short time and never had a chance to live their lives is something that we never understand but have to deal with as the rest of us go through life.

This week, two sad stories of people dying young were the most visited posts on the blogs.

The death of Missouri Southern State University student Elly Liegenbuth in an auto accident topped the Inside Joplin Obituaries blog, just as the accident itself was among the top Inside Joplin posts the previous week.

On the Inside Springfield blog, the death of a 10-year-old at the hands of a driver who was dealing with a medical situation and drove into a crowd injuring six others topped this week's posts and became the most visited post in the blog's history.

The top posts and links to them are below:

The Turner Report

1. Court rejects appeal of Newton County woman who murdered ex-lover in "Fatal Attraction" case

2. Joplin R-8 Board approves naming of areas of Early Childhood Center after Melissa Fuell Cuther, Stephanie Stephens

3. Joplin R-8 Board approves hiring of 35 classified employees, six teachers, 27 substitute teachers

4. Carl Junction woman sentenced to 10 years without parole on weapons charge

5. Tyson to pay $2.5 million for violations of Clear Water Act

6. Federal grand jury indicts Rogers man for dealing meth at Judy's Cafe in Jasper

7. Webb City man found guilty of murdering Joplin woman, dumping body in mine shaft

8. Monday arraignment set for alleged drunk driver who shut down portion of Range Line

9. Blasting News article: KC man, daughter beat up her ex-boyfriend at school, leave him in critical condition

10. Hartzler: Tax reform plan will lead to more jobs, fairer taxes, bigger paychecks

Inside Joplin

1. Lamar residents arrested in Golden City following high speed chase

2. Domestic disturbance calls leads to two arrests, man smearing marijuana-covered feces into Joplin Police car seat

3. Baxter Springs policeman, two others taken to Springfield hospital after catching on fire during domestic disturbance call

4. Traffic slowed due to two-vehicle accident on I-49

5. Jasper County Dissolution of Marriage Petitions

6. Driver fleeing from Joplin Police shuts down traffic at 15th and Range Line, cited for DWI, multiple charges

7. Webb City teen injured in car-cow collison

8. Citizen report leads to arrest of Joplin man on robbery warrant, 129 grams of meth confiscated

9. Joplin Police Department Weekend Arrests

10. Joplin Police Department Arrests September 26-27

Inside Joplin Obituaries

1. Elly Liebenguth

2. Betty Frazier

3. Dolores Johnson

4. Hiram Hicks

5. Carolyn Hill

6. Ruth Reynolds

7. Susan Werries

8. Pamela Page

9. Gregory Bennett

10. Jimmy Goforth

Inside Springfield

Six people injured, 10-year-old dead after car crashes into crowd on Grant Avenue


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