On June 6, 1980 Urban Cowboy was released in theater’s and was an instant hit, Urban Cowboy tells the love story of Buddy played by John Travolta and Sissy played by Debra Winger with
“Write This Down, Take A Little Note” is the name of a new public service announcement by the King of Country himself, George Strait. Let’s #FlattenTheCurve and have a great summer.
We’ve collected this week’s biggest headlines from around the Four States. Joplin City Council to discuss moving to next step in COVID-19 recovery plan The next step would allow businesses and restaurants to
Frontier City, Six Flags Park is opening on June 5th. But for the health of their team members and guest they are requiring everyone to wear a mask.
Missouri Route 96 CLOSED east of Oronogo June 2-4 For Pipe Replacement Work What: Missouri Route 96 CLOSED between Jasper County Route O and County Lane 207 east of Oronogo When: 7 a.m.- 4:30 p.m., Tuesday-Thursday, June
George Strait say he is ready to get back on the road and start performing again for his fans after the coronavirus made George and the rest of the Country music community cancel shows
The great day is finally here… We cross our heart the ‘king of country music’ George Strait turns 68 today. We all know we are here for a good time. We had to find
I doesn’t matter if it’s high school or college the class of 2020 had a Senior year like no other. Some of today’s Country stars like Luke Combs, Brad Paisley, Old Dominon and others
From the City of Joplin… Walmart and eTrueNorth change schedule and relocate COVID-19 Testing Site The COVID-19 drive-thru testing site, supported by Walmart, eTrueNorth in collaboration with state and local officials, will be relocating