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stltoday.com2014-08-19 18:02:16Cache

MONETT, Mo. • The Environmental Protection Agency has begun an investigation of Tyson Foods' role in a discharge of a food supplement that allegedly led to pure ammonia flowing into a southwest Missouri creek, killing more than 100,000 fish.The discharge on May 16 allegedly caused the wastewater plant in Monett to fail and allowed a chemical to flow into nearby Clear Creek, The Joplin Globe reported.The EPA did not immediately return a phone call from The Associated Press Tuesday.

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stltoday.com2014-08-19 18:02:16Cache

MONETT, Mo. • The Environmental Protection Agency has begun an investigation of Tyson Foods' role in a discharge of a food supplement that allegedly led to pure ammonia flowing into a southwest Missouri creek, killing more than 100,000 fish.The discharge on May 16 allegedly caused the wastewater plant in Monett to fail and allowed a chemical to flow into nearby Clear Creek, The Joplin Globe reported.The EPA did not immediately return a phone call from The Associated Press Tuesday.

MSSU men's track and field announces 2014 recruiting class

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MSSU men's track and field announces 2014 recruiting class

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PRESS RELEASE MSSU Joplin, Mo. --Missouri Southern  men's track and field coach Bryan Schiding has announced the addition of 19 individuals to participate in track and field at Southern begining this fall. The list of athletes includes 14 high schoolers, three junior college transfers and two Division II transfers. Amongst the group is eight All-State performances, three state championships, two All-Americans and one National Champion.

Muslims in Joplin celebrate new mosque

2014-07-29 20:34:19Cache

JOPLIN, Mo. (AP) - Two years after Muslims in Joplin suffered the traumatic loss of their place of worship at the hands of an arsonist, a new $2 million mosque is now open.Families gathered Monday for the first time at the new mosque to celebrate Eid al-Fitr, a religious holy that marks the end of the holy month.Navid Zaidi, a pulmonologist originally from Pakistan, told the St. Louis Post ...