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Nine members of the Mtn. View Garden Club convened Jan. 24 at the Mtn. View Community Center for the club’s monthly meeting and a program, "Winter Sowing,” led by member and Master Gardener Judy Rhine. more
The Mtn. View City Council, during regular and special meetings, has passed its budget and voted to accept a bid attached to a Department of Natural Resources grant. more
A Summersville man who has been convicted of several felonies over the last 12 years now has a felony charge of resisting arrest by fleeing, creating a substantial risk of serious injury or death, after allegedly being the subject of a recent high-speed chase by law enforcement. more
Kelby D. Hutlser, 54, West Plains, suffered minor injuries in a crash at 7 p.m. Jan. 31 on north U.S. 63, 5 miles south of Licking in Texas County, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. more
I hope you all have had a wonderful week and that you are enjoying the rise in temperature. This past week, we heard from the governor in his State of the State Address and looked back over the great work that has been accomplished for Missourians.   more
Two West Plains men each face a Douglas County charge of first-degree kidnapping while facilitating a felony after allegedly taking a 16-year-old girl from Douglas County to Tennessee. more
A Caulfield resident has been charged after allegedly threatening a family member and fleeing from law enforcement while armed with a handgun. At least part of the altercation was witnessed by five children who were in the home at the time, and the gun was left loaded and within reach of the children as the suspect ran from deputies, according to court documents. more
The Current River Callers and Jacks Fork JAKES groups recently held their annual National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) Banquet in the multipurpose building on the campus of the Winona R-3 School, with about 160 people in attendance, organizers announced. more
The Mtn. View Garden Club sponsored three Smokey Bear/Woodsy Owl poster contest winners from Mtn. View Elementary school in 2022, who went on to compete in the Central Region contest. From the Central Region contest, posters submitted by Adalie Kruse and Madyson Southworth went onto the national poster contest. more
Howell County Commissioners are in session today, having convened at 10 a.m. in the conference room on the second floor of the county office building, 35 Court Square. more
Members of the Willow Springs city council met Thursday for their regular monthly meeting, during which time they heard from a concerned citizen, recognized the achievement of a member of the fire department and the hiring of a new one, and heard an update on the progress of the restoration of the McClellan Building.
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A Mtn. View resident charged in November with receiving stolen property has now been charged with four felonies after a search warrant was executed at his home and drugs and weapons, including a homemade shotgun, were allegedly found. more
State Rep. Travis Smith, Twin Bridges and formerly of West Plains, announced his candidacy for the State Senate on Thursday. He is running for the 33rd District seat currently held by Karla Eslinger, Wasola, who will not seek reelection at the conclusion of her term. more
Willow Springs Mayor Pro Tem Kim Rich has been reappointed to her position on, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Local Government Advisory Committee, contributing to a landmark moment for the committee, which now, for first time in its history boasts a female majority. more
The yearly Project Homeless Connect event, an outreach service day to put the area's unhoused and unsheltered into contact with assistance agencies and one-day services like medical care, haircuts and help with food and clothing, will be held 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jan. 25 at the West Plains Civic Center, 110 St. Louis St. more
The annual election of council members for University of Missouri Extension in Howell County is underway. more
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