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Joplin Globe (Newspaper) - June 3, 2015, Joplin, MissouriThe Joplin ? r wednesday i june 3,2015 $1.00making history Psi opens doctoral program last Start blasters rough up Amarillo 10-3.1b special election not option school Board president Lext Steps for vacancy resignations Uncertain by Emily Younker eyounker@foprif>9k be. Com As the Joplin Board of education tries this week to figure out what to do with its vacant seat and recent resignations of two Board members at least one idea for filling the potentially three open seats appears to be off the table. Although the state has made nov. 3 available for Public elections the Board Likely will not be allowed to let voters decide who w ill fill open seats left by i Ane Robert Randy Steele and Michael d. Landis according to the Missouri school boards association. A that is not an option a said Brent Ghan a spokesman for the association. See b0 Iid,8a finalists the Pool of three finals to for the existing vacant seat on the Joplin Board of education was whittled to two Over the weekend after Missouri Southern state University professor Marsi Archer pulled her name from consideration. The other two finalists attorney Sharrock Der Mott and former Board member Jim Kimbrough told the Globe this week they have no plans to withdraw their applications Koch fort and Martucci have supported Kimbrough in the appointment votes campsites summer Camps offer plenty of activities for children teens by Amanda Stone a store opt Inglove com sharia Wood looks Forward to summer Art Camps at Spiva Center for the arts almost As much As her 6-year-old daughter. The pair attended the first of three classes this week with a a once upon a time theme for preschool aged children. A i love staying for the classes a Wood said. "1 get great ideas to do at Home plus it just feels really Good to be in this environment. It puts me in an artistic mood i leave feeling typically Day Camps Are dedicated to learning while having fun whether it be through the arts sports science or nature appending see Camps 6a Emerson Boulware 8, takes a photo of her sister Saige 7, during Camp at Spiva Center for the arts on tuesday. With school out parents say they Are looking for ways their children can continue to learn and have fun during the summer. Globe Roger noisier action seeks to clock lawsuit Federal attorneys to e grief on tribe s plan for land in Kansas by Sarah Okeson Federal attorneys Are trying to quash Kansas attorney general Derek Schmidt a lawsuit about the Quapaw Indian tribes plans to expand the downstream Casino resort across the Oklahoma line into Kansas. A 42-Page Legal Brief filed May 26 in . District court in Topeka says the Quapaw tribes plans for the land a Are legally irrelevant to the criteria that Are part of the Federal Law regulating gambling on Indian land. The Quapaw tribe a could have proceeded with any course of action on its Trust land in Kansas a wrote the attorneys who include Harry Grissom the . Attorney for Kansas. Schmidt sued in . See tribe a a state owned Casino Kansas loner officials now Are considering proposals to build a Casino in Southeast Kansas that would compete with downstream ust across the state line to Oklahoma on june 23, the Kansas lottery gaming facility review Board is to choose which of three currently pending Casino proposals to approve but a background Check will have to be completed agrees museum should have future coming monday Globe reporter Andra Bryan Stefanoni in her monday column will take a look inside the museum at the artefacts that Span 150 years of Pittsburg history and share feedback from area residents who have court actions to has been closer by Andra Bryan Stefanoni Tople Globe com . The future of the Crawford county historical museum remains Uncertain after its unexpected closure last week but Crawford county commissioners Grecni tuesday they done to want to give up on it and will take a baby Steps to work through the quest ions and challenges. The unpaid i recur and self described sole remaining member of the Crawford county historical society Mark Dulek turned the keys and contents Over to the county May 27 after several months of financial challenges commissioner left Murphy who for several months has served on a task Force to come up with solutions for the three museums in the county the other two Are the miners Hall Musi us in Franklin and the aging now closed Girard museum asked commissioners Tom Max Fly and Carl Wixx i to weigh in. They were joined by county Counselor Jim Emerson county clerk Don Pyle and county employee Tom Ragonese who was appointed last we a to taxi responsible for the museums immediate care and Security. Ragonese reported the name on All the utilities had Ixion switched from the Crawford county historical society to Crawford county and that the alarms have been set and codes changed. T he sheriffs department is making additional rounds at the Complex county Startare emptying the buildings three dehumidifiers twice every Day. Sel museum 8aspotlight children s Day sponsored by the Joplin morning Tribune and the elec Bic Park was staged saturday june 1, 1912. The Tribune reported a Hidren accompanied by parents could be admitted to to get Park with a Coupon from the paper and for 15 cents could participate in Quot a grand egg Hunt Quot besides a picnic for everyone 500 numbered eggs were hidden around the Park for the children. 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