Tag: neosho missouri

17th Annual Festival of Wreaths Crowder College

The 17th annual Festival of Wreaths is set to begin tomorrow evening November 12th 2019 at Crowder College in Neosho, Missouri. Each year hundreds of items are donated with 100% of the money going directly to help the students attending college. If you can not attend the event you can register online and bid on the silent and live ticket items on the link provided. The event is open to the public with finger food and drinks avaible https://501auctions.com/festivalofwreaths

Schedule 11-12-2019

5 p.m. doors open

5-6:30 pm hors d oeuvres served

6:30 pm live auction begins

7:20 p.m longwell museum closes to prepare for check-out

7:30 p.m. silent auction ends

7:45 p.m. check-out begins in longwell museum raffle ticket sales end

8:00 p.m. Raffle Drawings

8:15 p.m. Live Auction Ends

 

Photo Credit: Jeremy Scherle/Regional Entertainment

Celebrate Neosho

Yesterday June 29th Neosho, Missouri celebrated the 4th of July early with activities, food vendors and ending it off with a massive fireworks display. Several local musicians perfromed throughout the day entertaining all types of music lovers. The food vendors were amazing top notch when you buy local it helps the owners and the community.  One of the newest food vendors was EZ Cheesey selling jumbo hamburgers, cheese curds, loaded fries and so many other food options. Alot of planning for this event takes work and deication and in the end the community was amazing and supportive.

Photo Credit: Jeremy Scherle/Regional Entertainment

Massive Flooding In Anderson Missouri & Surrounding Areas

Heavy rain’s flooded the midwest area early this morning causing rivers to breach, community homes and business to be covered in water. Record amounts of rain reached the area in matter of hours. In Anderson Missouri the McDonald County Administrative School Building suffered massive flooding located along Business 71. Anderson, Missouri Main Street was completely submerged detour signs were in place. The Anderson Ball Park located across the street from the administrative buildings was also covered in high flood waters. Several residents had to be exvacuated quickly living on Indian Trail LN & Meadow Brook LN waiting for the waters to crest and go down. Local fire fighters were on scene making sure everyone was rescued safely.

In Joplin Missouri several roads were closed causing detours along Shoal Creek and The Grand Falls area.

In Neosho, Missouri over 14 rescues had to be performed starting as early as 9 a.m. mostly from residents or spectators checking out the water and getting stuck instead of staying home or away igorning warning signs and high water conditions in the area. remember if you cant see the road dont try and cross it.

Photo Credit: Jeremy Scherle/Regional Entertainment