Neosho


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Neosho

(nē-ō`shō, –shə), river, c.460 mi (740 km) long, rising in E central Kansas and flowing southeast into NE Okla. (where it is generally known as the Grand River) then south to join the Arkansas River near Muskogee, Okla. Pensacola Dam (which impounds the huge Lake of the Cherokees) and Fort Gibson dam and reservoir are in NE Oklahoma; there are several flood control units on the river in Kansas.
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Currently, the agency is investigating several creeks and streams upstream of Grand Lake that drain areas heavily impacted by historic lead-zinc mining, including the Neosho and Spring Rivers.
We studied the density and distribution of adult and juvenile zebra mussels in four reservoirs in the upper Neosho Basin in eastern Kansas.
PPCU was established in 1951 and served members in Allen, Anderson, Bourbon, Cherokee, Crawford, Labette, Linn, Montgomery, Neosho and Wilson counties.
These included the following species: Western fanshell (6), round pigtoe (2), Wabash pigtoe (1), and Neosho mucket (Lampsilis rafinesqueana; 1).
My grandparents owned a farm out near the Neosho River east of Parsons, Kansas.
The Independence Community College board of trustees voted last week to join Coffeyville and Neosho community colleges in the consortium.
Boggs came to The Courier from a job in Neosho, Mo.
He graduated from Neosho Community College and Pittsburg State University.
Fifteen miles away at Freeman Neosho Hospital, Neosho Fire began triaging patients in the parking lot, and seven physicians answered to call for help there.
Teresa Starr, administrator of the Neosho County Health Department and a member of the association's Cookbook Committee, said the book features recipes in categories that include appetizers, breakfast dishes, main dishes, desserts, vegetables and salads.
Now lying on the floor of the Coral Sea, just inside Australian waters, are the carrier USS Lexington, the tanker USS Neosho and the destroyer USS Sim, they and many of their crew victims of the battle.
Other survivors include one daughter, Regina (Jamie) Fenton of Hannibal; one son, Joseph (Kim) Webber of Neosho, Mo.