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Ozarks Healthcare Chief Nursing Officer Lacey Carter has been promoted to the position of chief operations officer, health system officials announce. While taking on the duties of her new role, they said, Carter will continue to serve as CNO, overseeing the management and operations of all nursing services across Ozarks Healthcare. more
Ozarks Healthcare officials are reminding its communities of the availability of its walk-in clinics in West Plains and Mtn. Grove, offering immediate care for nonemergency situations this summer. With a stated mission to provide accessible and high-quality healthcare, Ozarks Healthcare walk-in clinics are “the perfect solution for patients needing prompt attention without the wait and cost associated with an emergency room visit,” said officials. more
The 90's are returning to the Ozarks this week, and I don't mean the decade, it's the temperatures.  When it gets this hot most folks are looking for a frozen treat to cool off with so this week it's all about keeping our cool. While ice cream is the #1 frozen must-have, there are tons of other choices that shouldn't  be overlooked. So, let's get started. more
There's nothing quite like the smell of barbecue ribs sizzling on the grill. The anticipation builds as the smoky aroma fills the air, promising a feast of tender, juicy meat coated in a spicy, tangy barbecue sauce. Today, we're taking your taste buds on an adventure with our Grilled Barbecue Ribs with a Kick. This recipe is perfect for backyard cookouts, family gatherings, or any occasion that calls for a mouthwatering, unforgettable meal. Let's dive in! 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
Piney River Brewing, of Bucyrus in Texas County, won five medals at the U.S. Open Beer Championship 2024 competition in Oxford, Ohio, officials announced Friday. more
The American Slip Company will host a Fired Arts Expo starting at 9 a.m. each day from Thursday through July 20 at the West Plains Civic Center, 110 St. Louis St. more
Ah, the allure of a warm afternoon spent basking in the sun in your own backyard. There’s nothing quite like the lazy, languid days of spring and summer, where the biggest concern might be how long you can lounge before retreating to the shade. But even the most idyllic afternoons can quickly sour with the arrival of an unwelcome visitor: ticks. These tiny pests have a knack for turning a perfect day into a potential health hazard. However, with a few strategic steps, you can transform your yard into a tick-free haven. more
My introduction to folklorist Vance Randolph was some 50 years ago when my dad shared with me his copy of “Ozarks Magic and Folklore,”a 1964 Dover Publications reprint of Randolph’s 1947 tome, “Ozarks Superstitions.” more
Members and guests met at the Viandel Winery on June 26 for their monthly meeting. In Hilary Connolly's absence, the meeting was conducted by Robi Tanner, club VP.  The guests were introduced and our lunch order placed. more
Buckle up, folks, because we're about to take a ride through the exhilarating history of Lagonda automobiles—a brand that has woven itself into the fabric of automotive legend with a story that’s as thrilling as the cars themselves. more
Oregon County is a place where history feels alive. It's a land of lush forests, sparkling rivers, and rolling hills, each corner holding a tale from the past. This isn't just any spot on the map; it's a place with a rich heritage, where every stone and stream whispers stories of the people who lived, loved, and fought here. more
In January 1873, the weather in West Plains was probably cloudy and cold. A bit of sunshine and warmth, however, came riding down from the north that month in a one-horse buggy. Alice Cary Risley had just arrived from St. Luise to join her husband, Sam A. Risley. Howell County had just gained a first-class citizen. more
Last Friday, my wife and I took our grandson, J, to the St. Louis Aquarium. Since he is not yet two, we knew he would not get as much out of it as he will when he is a bit old-er, but we were convinced he would enjoy the day. more
For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? Mark 8:36 more
Psalm 46:1 says, “God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.” Psalm 121:1-2 reads, “I lift up my eyes to the hills—from where will my help come? My help comes from the Lord who made heaven and earth.” Have you ever seen this morning prayer that circulated a few years ago? “Dear Lord, so far today I’ve done all right. I haven’t gossiped, haven’t lost my temper, haven’t been greedy, grumpy, nasty, selfish, or over-indulgent. But in a few minutes, God, I’m going to get out of bed and from then on, I’ll be needing your help. Amen.” May our prayer be, “Lord, help me today. No matter what I face, I can trust that you will be with me to be my refuge, strength, and help; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.” May God bless your week! Diane Cooke, Pastor, Presbyterian Churches, Willow Springs, and Mtn. View. more
The Missouri Department of Agriculture and Missouri State Veterinarian Steve Strubberg announce updated biosecurity protocols for dairy cattle exhibiting at the 2024 Missouri State Fair, scheduled for Aug. 8 through 18 in Sedalia. more
Officials with Ozarka College in Melbourne, Ark., announce that Dan Blandon, Melbourne, has been selected as Ozarka's employee of the quarter. Blandon is the coordinator of housekeeping for the maintenance department. more
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