The Carthage Press
Updated at 9:09 AM

After slogging through an hour or so of set-up, exposition and prosaic dialogue, “Woman in Gold” finally finds its footing. You stick with it for three reasons: the fact-based story about recovering stolen art works is compelling; Helen Mirren is terrific at displaying the required moxie to reclaim it; and the hope is that her co-star, Ryan Reynolds, will bare his chiseled abs. The latter never happens, but that’s not the film’s only disappointment.

Updated at 8:54 AM

Carthage police say they've made an arrest in the stabbing incident that left a Carthage man hospitalized early Monday morning.

Updated at 8:47 AM

Some of the cars are newer, some older, some of the owners are the same way, but every car on the Carthage Square on Saturday had a story and an owner willing to tell that story to people willing to listen.

Updated at 8:45 AM

Andrew Getty, among the heirs in a family whose name is synonymous with elite American wealth, was found dead in his Hollywood Hills home of what was most likely natural causes or an accident, authorities and family members said.

Updated at 8:43 AM

Every year, Spare Cat Rescue teams up with Central Pet Care to provide low-cost spay / neuter clinic days for local felines.

Updated at 8:41 AM

Jack C. Woodhead, age 75, of Carthage, Mo., passed away at 12:19 a.m. Saturday, March 14, 2015 at St. Luke’s Nursing Center in Carthage after a lengthy illness.

Updated at 8:29 AM

In the dictionary, next to the definition of Yo-Yo Dieter, there is a picture of my face.

Updated at 8:18 AM

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson will decide by 11:30 a.m. EDT if he’s going to sign a “religious freedom” bill that was approved by legislators last night. The bill is similar to the one that Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed this week...

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