Organization Opens 100th Home Since Joplin TornadoRebuild Joplin held a ribbon-cutting Tuesday at the home of Ron and Margaret Campbell, whose house was damaged during the tornado.
Joplin Unveils Eco-Friendly Construction SystemsTen architecture students and two professors designed a demonstration house that GreenTown Joplin will build in the future.
Joplin To Receive Additional $113M in Federal AidU.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill said the money is coming from the Dept. of Housing and Urban Development's Community Development Block Grant.
Lawmakers Push to Give Joplin $17M To Offset Tornado EffectsThe House Economic Development Committee voted 21-0 Thursday to move legislation to the full chamber that would give Joplin access to state funds for rebuilding.
FEMA Trailers in Joplin Slowly Emptying The nearly 600 federal trailers that housed Joplin residents since the May 2011 tornado are slowly emptying, with only about 80 of the trailers still occupied.
Joplin Family Finds Cat 18 Months After TornadoA Joplin family is celebrating finding a cat they hadn't seen since their home was destroyed by a tornado 18 months ago.
Joplin Test Scores Mixed, Tornado Partly BlamedJoplin's results on the Missouri Assessment Program tests taken last year showed the district's students dropped in 11 categories.
Cardinals to Help Build Homes in Joplin Senior Cardinals officials, including manager Mike Matheny and team President Bill DeWitt will roll up their sleeves and help.
Joplin Volunteers Offer A Listening EarJoplin volunteers help residents recover their emotional health.
Kansas Landfills Now Filled with Joplin DebrisOne landfill received more than 90 percent of the 3 million cubic yards of debris created by the May 2011 tornado.
Joplin Unveils Tornado Anniversary Plans A community walk through Joplin's tornado-ravaged neighborhoods will mark the one-year anniversary of the deadly May 22 tornado.
Obama Will Speak To Graduates Of Joplin School Hit By 2011 TornadoPresident Barack Obama will speak at Joplin High School's commencement, a year after a tornado struck just after the ceremony, killing more than 160 people and destroying much of the city.

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