Saturday, November 25, 2017

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

The response of the owners of the Exploration Station pre-school to a lawsuit filed by the parents of a two-year-old who was allegedly abused while staying there was the top post for the Turner Report this week, while the Top 10 also featured three posts about Gov. Eric Greitens' unsuccessful attempt to get rid of Margie Vandeven as Missouri's Commissioner of Education.

The untimely death of Missouri Southern State University student and Joplin High School graduate Vivian Vu in an eight-vehicle accident while she and other MSSC students were returning from a model United Nations competition in Chicago was the most visited post on Inside Joplin.

The Turner Report

1. Exploration Station owners: Two-year-old was at fault

2. Greitens lashes out after State Board of Education fails to fire Vandeven

3. Settlement reached in Nicodemus family wrongful death lawsuit

4. Joplin man pleads guilty to child porn charge; Affidavits indicate Neosho man molested 7-year-old for years

5. Greitens move to fire Vandeven, privatize education fails

6. UPI reporter who told the world of JFK's death got his start at the Joplin Globe

7. Arraignment set for Joplin man accused of abusing 3-year-old boy who died from injuries

8. Vote to fire Commissioner of Education could be happening now; Greitens makes power move

9. Trial date set for former North Middle School reading teacher on statutory rape charge

10. Missouri Department of Revenue officers to carry firearms

Inside Joplin

1. Missouri Southern sophomore/Joplin High School graduate dies from injuries suffered in eight-vehicle crash

2. Joplin Police Department arrests man with 10 outstanding warrants, disguised Claritin pills

3. Jasper man, Carthage woman injured in accident on 171

4. Jasper County Dissolution of Marriage Petitions

5. MSSU student in critical condition, five others, professor injured in eight-vehicle crash near St. Louis

6. Joplin Police Department Arrests November 21-22

7. U. S. Bankruptcy Court Petitions- Joplin

8. Runaway juvenile may be in Joplin

9. Diamond woman injured after swerving to avoid another vehicle

10. Ten thousand dollar bond set for Neosho man charge with Range Line Econolodge arson

Inside Joplin Obituaries

1. Debra Pope

2. Kadyn Couch

3. Cory Ward

4. Micheal Christensen

5. Ryan Moore

6. Sally Mason

7. Larry Pounds

8. Tim Harris

9. Dean Stratton

10. Seth Cupp


My holiday book signing will be held next Saturday, December 2, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at Changing Hands Book Shoppe in Joplin.

Stop by and pick up one of my books or a Turner Report t-shirt at bargain prices.

See you there.

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