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Joplin Globe (Newspaper) - June 8, 2015, Joplin, MissouriThe Joplin monday i june 8,201 s $1.00 Hopes and dreams blasters team members look to break into big leagues. Chicago Neosho artist to be in notional exhibit. Escape Power tools used in . Orison break. Survey abortions Home Forno Down in Cross lines operating emergency food Bank from temporary Quarter most state explanations vary for tie 12 percent decline since 2010 the associated press abortions have declined in states where new Laws make it harder to have them but they be also waned in states where abortion rights Are protected an associated press Survey finds. Nearly everywhere in red states and Blue abortions Are Down since 2010. Explanations vary. Abortion rights advocates attribute it to expanded Access to effective contraceptives and a drop in unintended pregnancies. Some foes of abortion say there has been a shift in societal attitudes with More women choosing to carry their pregnancies to term. Several of the states that have been most aggressive in passing anti abortion Laws including Indiana Missouri Ohio and Oklahoma have seen their abortion numbers drop by More than 15 percent since 2010. But More Liberal states such As new York Washington and Oregon also had declines of that magnitude even As they maintained unrestricted Access to abortion. Nationwide the a Survey showed a decrease in at rations of about 12 percent since 2010. One major Factor has been a decline in the teen pregnancy rate which in 2010 reached its lowest level in decades. There a been no official update since then but the teen birth rate has continued to drop which experts say signals a similar trend for teen pregnancies. The a obtained the most recent abortion number. From the health departments of All 45 states that compile such data on a comprehensive basis. States not compiling such data Are California. Maryland new Jersey new Hampshire and Wyoming with one exception the data was from either 2013 or 2014 providing a unique nationwide gauge of abortion trends during a wave of anti abortion Laws so Survey 8a Volunteer Art Colier stacks canned goods thursday at the new Cross lines location at South Joplin Christian Church. More than 60 Joplin churches participate in the food pantry. Cross Ines churches of the Joplin area has been at the temporary location for about a month it will move to a newly refurbished building in october. Globe it orders holding steady at 15 to 20 per Day by Wally Kennedy wkermeiiy@10pfr19lobe.tom the quonset hut at South Joplin Christian Church is performing quite Well As a temporary for Cross lines and its emergency food assistance program. The building at 1910 s. Pearl ave. Was used As a dormitory for teams of volunteers who came to Joplin after the 2011 Tornado to help with the cleanup and rebuilding Effort. The Beds in those dormitories Are now being used As shelves to sort and store food. A necessity is the Moth Volunteer Don vice rotates produce thursday at the new Cross lines location. Globe i Lauffler 3 3lt or of invention a said Rikki Smith assistant director of Cross lines. churches of the Joplin area a coalition of churches that offers a variety of services to Low in come families and individuals has been in the building for about a month and will remain there until Early october. That a when a newly refurbished building for Cross lines will be ready for occupancy. The quonset hut has a limited amount of refrigeration space. To compensate for that donations Are being routed directly to the organizations such As st. Peters outreach House that use them. See f Ood,8a Neir skate Park in Joplin nearly ready to open grand opening Celebration set for june 20 funding source by Debby Woodin Daoodm Oplin Globe com May s Rainy weather caused construction delays but the new skate Park in Joplin is now near ing completion. A ribbon cutting ceremony is scheduled by the City and the Joplin area chamber of Commerce for 1 . Wednesday at the skate Park located West of Ewert Money for the project was allocated from the City s Quarter cent Parks and storm water sales tax. Park pc l at fifth Street and school Avenue. The Park was built by local skate Park manufacturer american ramp co. A a it a super exciting to finally have the skate Park erected m Joplin said Heather Hoopes project manager for the ramp company and one of those who helped promote the idea. A a we be been working on trying to pitch a skate Park to the City Quot via several designs Over the past several years Hoopes said. A a it a exciting for us and for some of the Community residents who went out to promote awareness of the need for it. They put out petitions took petitions to the City Council and talked to people about it at third thursday. They were really Active to get one put it also is a goal realized by a Hometown business a we have put these in All Over the world but to see see Park 8aspotlight rezoned four area men were victims in attacks by three Rabid dogs in one Day m Early june 1912. Walter Ocker on a labourer building a Fence West of the electric Pait was bitten twice before subduing the dog. His injuries were so severe a physician sent him by Tram to Kansas City to be Given the Pasteur treatment for rabies. Two miners in Chitwood and a Driver for the Galena Auto co. In Central City All were attacked in two separate incidents. Those men were treated locally. 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