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Joplin Globe (Newspaper) - August 31, 2015, Joplin, Missouri The Joplin monday i August 31,2015 $1.00land of dream migrants try to get to eur through Hungary. 8a awakenings or. Oliver sacks Dies at 82.2a blasters Joplin wins last Home game of season. I malaysian pm scoffs at rally against him documents show he received $700 million in private accounts the associated Kess Kuala Bumpur. Malaysia a embattled malaysian prime minister Najib Razak poured scorn sunday on a huge two Day rally that brought together tens of thousands of yellow shirted protesters demanding his resignation Over a financial scandal. Large crowd of protesters camped overnight on the streets of Kuala Bumpur wearing yellow shirts of the Bersich movement a a coalition for clean and fair elections even after authorities blocked the organizers website and banned yellow attire and the groups logo. Former prime minister Mah Athir Mohamad who has been spearheading Calls for nay ibo a resignation made appeared at the rally with his wife for a second Day telling protesters that people Power was needed to remove Najib and return the Rule of Law. Najib has been fighting for political survival after leaked documents in july showed he received some $7w million in his private accounts from entities linked to indebted state fund 1mdb. He later said see rally 8a Webb City Market 4 looks Forward to commercial Kitchen cooking could begin by end of september in Mike Pound Pound opling it be com Webb City to. Sometime this fall Webb City Farmers Market vendors Likely will have another Way sell their products to the Public. Workers with the Webb City Public works department Are in the final stages of installing what will be a certified professional Kitchen just to the West of incubation the Webb Cio Farmers Marko already offers owners of Small bust Nesses a place to sell their products now according to manager Eileen Nichols the Market will be Able to offer them a place to develop and produce their products. The Market Pavilion. Eileen Nichols manager of the Market said the Kitchen will allow growers to either freeze or process their products to be resold later. Nichols said if a Farmer see Kitchen 8agrowth goal20-year manufacturing executive new manager at Joplin workshops Susan Adams the new general manager of Joplin sheltered workshops and Ron Sampson who is retiring after 22 years in the Post Chat with Ricky salves worker in the packaging division. Adams is the former longtime director of human resources and environmental health and safety for Able manufacturing and Assembly in Joplin. Globe i Roger Nomer in Susan Ridden Redden Jop Fei Obe com growing contacts a and contracts a to Benefit Joplin workshops inc. Will be the goal of the newly named executive for the sheltered workshop that has employed disabled workers in the Joplin area for nearly 50 years. Susan Adams former longtime director of human resources and environmental health and safety for Able manufacturing and Assembly in Joplin is the workshops new general manager. She succeeds Ron Sampson who held the Post for 22 years. A former chairwoman of the Joplin area chamber of Commerce Adams said she Hopes to use her contacts in the business Community to help the operation expand to help More workers. Danny Dutton who hat work at Joplin shattered workshops for 35 years keeps the sheets feeding smoothly into the commercial Iron last week. Dutton said a likes the Job and the people there. Globe i Roger Komer a my assignment is to help the workshop grow by visiting local manufacturers and educating them and the Community see Adams 8astorycorps gathers Oral histories at Carver Monument recorded conversations to be port of National Park service s Centennial Observance a value Hinga Chiiko Diamond to. A a pair of Story corps staff members were on hand at the George Washington Carver National Monument last week encouraging conversations among people connected with the Park. That Stop was among a few in the Region for Story corps last week and one of at least 20 stops planned in partnership with the Midwest Region of the National Park service. The goal is to gather Oral histories in preparation for the National Park services 100th anniversary in 2016, said Jim Heaney Park superintendent at George Washington Carver nation a1 Monument and coordinator for the project. A it is just an awesome experience and its a great Way of the Park service celebrating its heritage a he said. Story corps Hopes to add More stops to the lineup throughout 2016, said Anjuli Munjal manager of partnerships for Story corps. Stops include badlands National Park mount Rush More National memorial and Nicodemus National historic site. On thursday what Story corps Calls a facilitators Quot visited the George washing ton Carver Park. On Friday they were at Buffalo National River. On saturday they stopped at pea Ridge National military Park. At each Stop Story corps tries to record several interviews featuring two people with some kind of relationship the goal is to make the setup More inti mate and conversational stories Are recorded from past and present Park staff. Palmers scholars Park see history 8a spotlight the memo Cement of Japan a surrender ending world War la at 6 . Aug. 15, Joplin time resulted in an Impromptu Celebration in downtown Joplin As crowds of cheering people took to the streets the Globe reported in 1945. Shreds of Tom paper were released from hotel and office building window As the crowds gathered in the Street below. The Story noted the crowd did not equal the one that thronged Joplin on armistice Day in 1918. Poll weigh in on the Globe s online poll at Joplin Globe com. Nauke us on Facebook follow us on twitter watch us on youtube today s Outlook 90 Tow 71 f is m n i a1 a Laj Ruk Aff 2 a Loffl Pant Xoi Weames Repon m visit for current conditions Rod forecasts inside Calendar 3a Horoscope to classifieds a lotteries a dear Abby a option 7a deaths 2a sports in family Fin a in tangs 10b volume 120 number 2s monday Rio of 9 7 11 p l 2 2 i i 3 is John Deere Lerna Lockwood slow Uthil he Hoot a %17.ftaj.ftlm Al Iii hot Joplin i it Hwy in 17�j1 it Ottow twid in 701 510 Alt Aat ill turn a John Deere ?3e a -$152/mo $ 11, a John Deere to or a. I. $183/mo sit uis All remaining 201% #01% in John Deere 30 32 h r a my Deere 10 t2e i a a it i Odulf a Quot i j a $ 201/mo $218/mo of . 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