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A public hearing pertaining to residential property rezoning held ahead of the regular session of the Willow Springs City Council on Thursday yielded no public comments or questions. more
The Howell County Board of Equalization will meet with county commissioners at 1 p.m. Thursday to hear appeals regarding assessed property valuations for 2024. more
The two candidates for Howell County Sheriff were posed 55 questions submitted by audience members during a debate July 16 that lasted about two hours, held before a full house at the Star Theater in Willow Springs. more
Howell County Sheriff Brent Campbell has announced the department's participation in a program intended to help victims of property theft recover their items through partnership with ProtechDNA, a crime prevention technology company that offers products and a registry of property that can be accessed by law enforcement partners in returning stolen items items to their rightful owner. more
A man who was recently placed on supervised probation after shooting at a vehicle in Willow Springs, with children and other people nearby, now faces another felony charge, filed after an alleged assault in West Plains. more
MOUNTAIN VIEW - Mtn. View City Council members met in regular session July 9 and passed several ordinances, a resolution approving an agreement with the Mtn. View Chamber of Commerce and a code regarding primacy and sewer connection fees paid by the city to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources that needed to be approved. more
Texas County business owner Grant Heithold, a self-described “Christian conservative Republican” is running to represent Missouri’s 8th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives. more
The Mtn. View City Council will meet at 6 p.m. today at the Community Center, 120 N. Oak St. in Mtn. View. more
On Thursday, the Lincoln School in West Plains was abuzz with political discourse as a moderated discussion took place between three candidates vying for the role of 154th District Missouri House Representative, centered around Howell County. more
With the help of the FBI, a forensics expert at the University of Florida School of Medicine and family members of the victim, the Missouri State Highway Patrol has identified a woman who was found dead in Shannon County more than two years ago, and charged her brother with first-degree murder.  more
Christopher A. Squire, 37, Birch Tree, has had a felony charge of first-degree endangering the welfare of a child added to charges related to an alleged incident of child sexual abuse in September 2023. more
The regular session of tonight’s Willow Springs City Council meeting will open with a public hearing regarding the rezoning of five properties to allow for higher-density residential structures. more
A Willow Springs man faces three felony charges after allegedly being found with a "shake and bake" meth lab and weapons during an August 2023 traffic stop. more
Daniel A. Mantai, 40, Eminence, has been charged with five felony counts each of first degree promotion of child pornography and possession of child pornography, repeat offense or possession of more than 20 pictures, films or videotapes. more
The Howell County Democrats will host a forum Thursday for gubernatorial candidate Crystal Quade, current state House Minority Leader. more
State Rep. Travis Smith, a Republican representing the 155th House District and campaigning for 33rd District State Senate, announces he has received the exclusive endorsement of the Missouri Fraternal Order of Police, a gesture his campaign says highlights is dedication to supporting law enforcement. more
During a presentation July 25, at the Ozark County Historium on the Gainesville Court Square, Chris Harlin will share highlights and anecdotes from his family's four-generation history with what began as the Bank of Gainesville 130 years ago and is today Century Bank of the Ozarks. more
Eastbound U.S. 60 in Texas County near Cabool will be reduced to one lane next week while Missouri Department of Transportation crews work on a bridge. more
An undercover narcotics investigation resulted in felony charges for four Howell County residents. Jessica L. Berry, 41; Timothy M. Berry, 59; and James H. Miller, 55, all of Willow Springs; and Gabriel A. Carter, 34, of Mtn. View, are the suspects in the investigation, with court appearances scheduled for this week. more
A woman from Mtn. Home, Ark., drowned Saturday afternoon near Dawt Mill in Ozark County, reports the Missouri State Highway Patrol. more
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