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Gun Safety Meeting

The Joplin Branch of the NAACP held a meeting Monday night (2/27) to talk about gun safety.  Joplin Police Captain Joe Moore tells News Talk KZRG a big subject was keeping guns away from people

St. Louis To Be Widened

St. Louis Avenue in Joplin is going to get wider this year. Monday night (2/27), the City of  Joplin held a public meeting to discuss the upcoming construction project.  Joplin assistant public


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