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In an initiative to combat the threat of rabies, the Howell County Health Department is set to host its annual rabies vaccination clinics on May 4, offering vital services to the community at reduced costs. This year's clinics aim to broaden the initiative's reach by providing two convenient locations for pet owners in Howell County to access these essential vaccinations. more
The Mtn. View City Council will meet for a special session at 6 p.m. Tuesday in council chambers inside city hall, 120 N. Oak St. more
MOUNTAIN VIEW — A brand new Mtn. View City Council was sworn in at Tuesday's regular monthly meeting and got down to business catching up on several agenda items left unresolved after shakeups over the last few months left council short of a quorum. Other items were tabled while members take the time research and review them. more
Unofficial Howell County election results from Tuesday show a couple of potential upsets, including a defeat of Mtn. View Mayor John Krasuski by a write-in candidate, and a new West Plains R-7 school board member to replace longtime member and current President Jim Thompson, who was defeated by two votes. more
During the March meeting of the Willow Springs School Board board members approved the purchase of a new school bus to be made in Fiscal Year 2025. more
A write-in candidate for Mtn. View mayor, Charry McCann, will hold a "Meet the Candidate" and question and answer session from 5:30 to 7 p.m. today at the Mtn. View Community Center, 125 E. First St. in Mtn. View. more
Mtn. View voters will have a full slate of candidates to choose from come April 2, including two write-in candidates who threw their hats in the ring after the Dec. 26 deadline for filing to be placed on the ballot. more
A Pomona resident with a history of refusing to comply with security procedures at the Howell County Courthouse has been charged with the felonies of third-degree assault on a special victim and resisting arrest for a felony after being arrested and removed from the Howell County Courthouse on Friday. more
MOUNTAIN VIEW — Tuesday night's meeting of the Mtn. View City Council ended about 12 minutes after it started, following Mayor Jim Krasuski's opening announcement he had spoken with independent counsel about state law regarding nepotism, and discovered the council was wrong in allowing Brenda Colter to vote on the appointment of Judi Colter. more
Presiding Judge Steven Privette of the 37th Circuit Court has announced he is running for reelection and has filed to be placed on the ballot for the Aug. 6 primary election. more
An alleged incident of domestic assault in Pomona has resulted in felony charges for a man that reportedly assaulted his wife, and his son, who allegedly fired a shotgun near his father shortly after the altercation. more
Members of the Moody Community Building board of directors invite all to an open house to be held beginning 6 p.m. Saturday at the community building, off of E Highway in Moody. Sandwiches and other refreshments will be served and a tour of the new facility will be given. There is no charge, but donations for upkeep of the building will be accepted. more
A non-first-responder volunteer with the Mtn. View Fire Department has been charged with felony attempted enticement of a child after allegedly arranging to meet who he believed was an 11-year-old girl at the Mtn. View Fire Department for sex. more
The planning committee for the Buck Nelson Festival, to be held the weekend of April 5 through 8 in Mtn. View, coinciding with the area's total solar eclipse, has finalized events and provided a schedule of things to do and see for all ages and interests. more
The city of Willow Springs has removed its dangerous-building designation from the McClellan Building at the corner of 104 E. Main St., first put into place in December 2022 on the recommendation of John Oke-Thomas of Oke-Thomas Associates, an architectural and construction firm headquartered in Springfield. more
MOUNTAIN VIEW — Mtn. View City Council members declined to approve an appointment to fill an empty seat last week, opting instead to leave it to voters in April, in part because some expressed a belief that it was pointless to have someone sit on the council for only two meetings before being replaced. more
The Willow Springs School Board recently met in regular session, setting dates for summer school and renewing administrative contracts. more
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