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The Howell County Commission will hold a Purple Heart designation ceremony Monday morning during its regular semiweekly meeting. more
Before addressing regular the board approved consent items up for approval, namely the agenda, previous meeting minutes, a budget report, bills to be paid and personnel updates, including extracurricular assignments. Current funds held by the district are about $4.37 million. Last month’s balance was about $4.52 million and the balance a year ago was roughly $6.08 million. more
MOUNTAIN VIEW — The June meeting of the Mtn. View City Council was held Tuesday, with Mayor Charry McCann, Alderman David Bauer, Alderwoman Judi Colter and Alderman Calvin Perry present. Alderman Ed Martin was absent. more
Editor’s note: The following article describes an investigation into the reported rape of a teen. While care has been taken to report on charges with sensitivity to survivors and readers, it may still be disturbing to read. If you are experiencing domestic or sexual violence, or if you’re a survivor of the same and in need of support, call Christos House’s hotline, 800-611-5853.
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A Mtn. View couple has been charged after allegedly causing about $10,000 worth of damage to a house they were renting. more
The Willow Springs Chamber of Commerce is seeking historic characters to participate in the city’s annual Fourth of July parade. more
A Willow Springs man is held on a quarter million dollar bond after allegedly sexually assaulting a child younger than 12, a charge for which he was arrested May 3. more
The beginning of the process to establish a new cemetery has been approved by Howell County commissioners, but the future inhabitants will be a select few. At Monday’s commission meeting, approval was given to a proposal that will allow a property owner to set aside a portion of their land for a family cemetery. more
Mtn. View drivers traveling on U.S. 60 should prepare for a brief disruption of their route Monday morning as contractor crews perform utility repairs for the Missouri Department of Transportation. more
During the May 23 meeting of the Willow Springs City Council, Ward II Alderman Tyler Morris submitted his resignation to be approved by the board, and immediately following Mayor Brooke Fair recommended the appointment of Jennifer Owens to fill Morris’ seat for the remainder of the term. more
MOUNTAIN VIEW — At a Mtn. View city council special meeting held Friday afternoon, Mayor Charry McCann addressed a small group of citizens and gave updates on storm damage, cleanup efforts and the final count on injuries and property damage and destruction. more
The Old-Time Music, Ozarks Heritage Festival set for June 7 and 8 in downtown West Plains will have children’s activities and games and the popular bucket brigade will once again be featured. more
The National Weather Service offices in Springfield and Little Rock, Ark., have confirmed seven tornadoes touched down Sunday in Howell and surrounding counties, including Baxter County, Ark. Of those, two registered damage associated with EF3-strength wind speeds of between 136-165 mph, NWS survey team reports show. more
Bruce A. Flaugh, 38, Brandsville, remains in custody on $50,000 bond after being arrested May 2 on a charge of first-degree assault after allegedly throwing a hand saw at his girlfriend, cutting her hand. more
Darrel L. Mohesky Jr., 42, Mtn. View, has been charged with felony possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia used to ingest amphetamine or methamphetamine. The charges were filed following a traffic stop by a Howell County Sheriff's deputy. more
MOUNTAIN VIEW - At the regular monthly meeting of the Mtn. View City Council held Tuesday, Ed Martin was appointed West Ward alderman and sworn in by interim City Clerk Jessica Smith, who was offered the job permanently during a closed session held at the beginning of the meeting, and accepted. more
A 13-year-old boy who was flown to Mercy Hospital in Springfield on Sunday after an ATV rolled on top of him has succumbed to his injuries, reports the Missouri State Highway Patrol. more
Howell County deputies returned two small children safely to their homes on Friday and Saturday afternoons in the areas of Peace Valley and Willow Springs. more
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