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By Shayne LooperMore Content NowIn the biblical Gospels of Mark and Luke we have the account of the widow’s mite. In this story Jesus and his disciples watch as worshipers come to place their offerings in one of thirteen trumpet-shaped offering containers located in a special section of the temple known as the treasury.

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Veterans who have been wounded in combat were honored last week as the city of Carthage declared itself a Purple Heart City.

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The laughter and a few tears, handshakes and hugs all made it pretty clear who was the "Bell" of the ball on Sunday at Stone's Throw Dinner Theatre.

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Liv Tyler has confirmed she's expecting her second child, 

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Remember how mad everyone was when Justin Bieber said Anne Frank would have been a Belieber? Well, he's got nothing on 

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Ever since George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin tied the knot Saturday, everyone's been wondering what...

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Beyonce showed off her holy grails after suffering a wardrobe malfunction on...

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The Carthage Civil War Museum lost a teacher and long-time volunteer, and the community lost a historian and advocate with the sudden death Monday of Paul Kash.

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The renovation is still a work-in-progress, but a piece of Carthage auto history has been added to the scene.

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An investigation into a burglary on Sept. 18 of a locked storage shed in the 500 block of Walnut Street led to the arrest on Thursday of two Joplin men on charges of second degree burglary and resisting arrest.

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Margaret “Peggy / Nanny” A. Wingert, 70, of Carthage, Mo., passed away Friday, Sept. 26, 2014 at Spring River Christian Village in Joplin, Mo.

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