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Micci Coggeshell is the broker of New Generation Realty. "As the broker of New Generation Realty, I am excited to offer all our clients Full Service with Real Savings. I do not have to sacrifice any client service to offer these savings. In fact, if you check you will see that in most cases when compared to other realtors we offer significantly more service than our competitor. Full Service, Real Savings ~ it’s what You deserve from your realtor."

New Generation Realty is proudly serving Missouri and Kansas Area. Whether you are looking to buy a home or looking to sell your home, New Generation Realty is here to help you. New Generation Realty's philosophy is based on exceptional quality service at a reasonable rate. We believe that all real estate can be Sold.

The key to understanding the savings, is realizing that we are a Full Service, Real Saving, Real Estate Company. Our customers receive outstanding service while saving hundreds to thousands of dollars on every transaction. NGR will sell your home and save you hundreds to thousands compared to the traditional outdated real estate company. Simply put we exceed our client expectations when buying or selling real estate. Just ask our Sellers & Buyers. Since 2005,New Generation Realty has saved our buyers & sellers over $1,782,000.

New Generation Realty is privileged to serve the following towns and surrounding areas in Missouri including Joplin, Carl Junction, Carthage, Webb City, Neosho, Seneca and Diamond, Lamar, Jasper, and Anderson. In Kansas we serve Galena, Baxter Springs, Girard, and Riverton area.

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JOPLIN, Mo. --  When Mercy's new hospital opens in Joplin, it will showcase a long list of state-of-the-art features, but it will also draw a strong connection to the past.

The former St. Johns Hospital was destroyed in the May, 2011 Joplin tornado.

"We found the old cross that was on the very top of the first Mercy building here in town, actually the first Mercy hospital," says Mercy Vice President of Mission Joel James.

It now sits at 100 Mercy Way, on the south side of the new hospital near the cancer center. Not far away are some figures patients will find very familiar.

"Most of the statues that you see came from the old hospital as well as there are some very subtle things throughout the hospital," James says. "We actually re-purposed some of the stained glass that was destroyed. We got it, we had it embedded into the walkway area. Those are just things we did to kind of continue our history through our experience here."

Many of the patient rooms will feature crucifixes first used at the old St. John's Regional Medical Center site. It's a theme repeated over and over throughout the hospital in art, windows and the architecture itself.

"We have what we call the lantern that feeds into the gallery. And the lantern was specifically designed to be a symmetrical window so it would emphasize the cross structure. And that has to do with our history because Catherine McAuley, she didn't have crosses.

And she would find crosses in either nature or in the architecture of the windows," James says.

The new Mercy hospital opens in March.



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Missouri Eagle will provide free taxi rides home from local bars on New Years Eve.
An outstanding production from Missouri Southern State University's theatre department

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