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In the vast and diverse landscape of Christian faith, a crucial question emerges: how much of what we observe in church culture is a product of tradition and church-specific doctrine, and how much is directly grounded in biblical text? This question is not confined to any single denomination; rather, it resonates across the entire spectrum of Christian practice, from the solemn halls of the Catholic Church to the vibrant gatherings of Pentecostal congregations, and indeed, within Presbyterianism, as exemplified by the reverence for the Book of Order. more
Fairview School is offering two dates for preschool and kindergarten screenings for the 2024-2025 school year. more
Hey, ladies! Are you taking steps to prevent cervical cancer? more
The University of Missouri Extension office of Howell County offers an eight-week strength training program for older adults and is taking registrations now for the next session beginning Jan. 31. more
The Texas County Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees in Houston heard updates on construction projects and plans for new physicians arriving in 2024 at their monthly meeting, which was held Jan. 2 due to the holidays.  more
Ozarks Healthcare recently announced it has opened its newest pharmacy, Ozarks Healthcare Pharmacy Mtn. Grove, at 500 E. 19th St. Suite D. more
Ozarks Healthcare officials announce Dr. Troy Caron, board-certified orthopedic surgeon, has been presented the prestigious Award of Fellow by the American Osteopathic Academy of Orthopedics (AOAO). more
West Plains R-7 District officials are congratulating two young bookworms from West Plains Elementary. Students recently participated in a Holiday Bingo Readers Challenge in the school library. Winners Zoey Diamond, first grade, and Charlie Risner, second grade, showed “incredible reading skills” to take their top spots, said officials. more
Artwork by local artist Janey Hale’s will be featured on the first floor of Ozarks Small Business Incubator, 408 Washington Ave., through the end of March. more
It’s time for our 11th Annual Princess Tea Party Story Time this Saturday, January 20th @ 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. This is our favorite activity of the year, and we are SO excited to host it again! Everyone is invited to come and have a good time with us. Pinky out! more
Several employees at Jasper Engines and Transmissions in Willow Springs and Arlee Home Fashions in West Plains recently completed U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) registered apprenticeship programs at Missouri State University-West Plains, the area sponsor for DOL registered apprenticeship programs. more
I’ve come across the word “anachronism” often in reading, but I was never exactly sure what it meant. Context usually hinted it was something out of place, but I wanted to be sure; so, as a last resort I looked it up in the dictionary. more
You have arrived in the Ozarks of Missouri. Traveling for months with your spouse and three children, you have found the people you had heard of- the Hawkins’ family. This multigenerational Tennessee family had settled in 1837 on a border that was so undefined that they weren’t sure if they were in Missouri or Arkansas. It depended on who you asked. more
Ah, West Plains, our cozy corner of the world, where the hint of snowflakes in the air sends a flutter of excitement and a bit of panic through the streets. This week, Old Man Winter decided to stop by unannounced, leaving a mere 1-2 inches of snow on our doorsteps. You’d think he’d dropped a blanket of chaos instead of snowflakes! more
The significance of a nutritious diet as a fundamental component of a healthy lifestyle cannot be overstated, particularly for seniors. The right dietary choices play a crucial role in treating a multitude of health issues prevalent in the elderly. Adjusting one's diet, especially when experiencing symptoms like sluggishness, can be a transformative approach for seniors. A balanced diet, as recommended by experts such as WebMD, not only addresses the basic nutritional needs but also serves as a natural enhancer of energy levels. more
This Saturday looks to be cool but sunny and we’ll be back at the market for you. To warm you up Jeff Two-Hawks will have Carnitas, Cajun Dirty Rice, Sausage/Chicken Gumbo and 9” Cajun Meat Pies, always a crowd pleaser! To keep you healthy and well we will also have Elderberry Tonic, ginger shots, honey, kombucha, fermented foods, canned foods, sauces including hot sauces, pickles, Dim Sum, pot stickers, meats, jams, syrups, baked goods, microgreens, apples, potatoes, bread, Artisan Crafters and more. more
What is it about being cooped in the house due to the weather being unbearable that makes me want to bake, and I'm craving bread?  While still watching my carbs, even harder after the holidays, the body needs fuel in these frigid temperatures, especially if you have chickens to keep alive. I've found a tasty, low-carb recipe for all bread lovers without the guilt.  Similar to garlic bread, this recipe is so easy to make and it's quick plus you can double the recipe for the family. Regardless if you're watching your carbs or not, try this garlic bread, or what I'm calling flat bread.  I might even use it as a pizza crust!  Now the snow is starting to fall and that only means another trip to the coop to make sure their water isn't frozen, then I'll bake! Think spring foodies! more
Hey there, food lovers, and welcome back to my kitchen. Are you ready to take a traditional comfort food and spin it into something extraordinary? Today, we're tackling a classic - meatloaf and mashed potatoes - and giving it a gourmet makeover that will make your taste buds dance with joy. Let's dive into a recipe that's fun, a bit adventurous, and oh-so-delicious! more
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) invites turkey hunters, landowners and managers, and others interested in Missouri’s wild turkeys and turkey hunting to its “MDC Wild Webcast on Talkin’ Turkey” on Wednesday, Feb. 7, at noon.   more
Ozarks Healthcare has announced the 2024 schedule for its comprehensive series of prenatal classes for expectant parents, to be held in the Women’s Center Education Room on the hospital’s main campus, 1100 Kentucky Ave. in West Plains. more
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