Sunday, September 10, 2017

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

Forty years have passed since the murder of Missouri Southern State University student and East Newton High School graduate Barbara McNeely and my reprint of a remembrance I wrote five years ago topped the list of most visited Turner Report posts for this week.

The list also includes some investigative reporting- a nod to KZRG's work on the Hope Valley CID consultant and my own examination of how lobbyists and special interests paid for 16 Missouri legislators, including four from southwest Missouri, to take a junket to Denver.

Inside Joplin's top posts were led by criminal acts allegedly committed by two Joplin women- one who is charged with committing a stabbing on Range Line and the other who purportedly went after her boyfriend with an axe and a knife.

The Turner Report

1. Forty years have passed since the murder of Barbara McNeely

2. Murder trial of Webb City man accused of murdering Joplin woman, dumping body in mine shaft set for September 25

3. Newman endorses Joplin native for Second District Congressional seat

4. KZRG probe: City of Joplin, Hope Valley CID took full week to stop checks to arrested consultant

5. Lobbyists, special interests wine and dine 16 Missouri legislators at ALEC Conference in Denver

6. McCaskill: Dreamers need to stay- period

7. How you can help the Turner Report/Inside Joplin without subscribing or donating

8. Turner Report t-shirts have arrived

9. Graves; We are repealing regulations that are stifling business growth

10. Billy Long: Why I support the Working Families Flexibility Act

Inside Joplin

1. Joplin Police arrest woman for attacking boyfriend with ax and knife

2. Police searching for Joplin woman charged in Range Line stabbing

3. Body discovered in Wildcat Glades following report of gunshot

4. Joplin teen injured in accident on 66

5. Neosho City Council transfers ownership of portion of Big Spring Park to private foundation

6. Joplin Police Department Holiday Weekend Arrests

7. Jasper County Dissolution of Marriage Petitions

8. U. S. Bankruptcy Court Petitions- Joplin

9. Joplin Police arrests suspect in two shootings following brief standoff

10. Jasper County Marriage Licenses

Inside Joplin Obituaries

1. Josh Pickett

2. Connie Hobson

3. Andy Slimp

4. Doug Powell

5. Pat Lovejoy

6. James Leedy

7. Lorraine Hawkins

8. Thomas Rush

9. Judy Ramsay

10. Maxine Davies


A signing for my new books, Classroom Confidential and Sports Talk Memories will be held next Saturday, September 16, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Always Buying Books. Along with those books, my other books will be available and so will the new Turner Report t-shirts.

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