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The Willow Springs School Board recently met in regular session, setting dates for summer school and renewing administrative contracts. more
A Tecumseh resident has pleaded guilty and been sentenced in three cases, two in Howell County and one in Ozark County, all of which were filed within a three-month period last year. more
The Willow Springs Chamber of Commerce presented nine awards during its annual banquet held Feb. 3 at Pine Meadows Venue on Highway 76 in Willow Springs. more
Over the weekend of Feb. 2 through 4, three Willow Springs High school students traveled to Kansas City with team leader Matt Knapp and sponsor Sabrina Lee to compete at Make48 on the University of Missouri-Kansas City campus, shared district Communications Director Jenny Hayward. Make48 is an invention competition in Which Willow Springs against six other schools from across the state. more
Filings for the April 2 Howell County election are complete and have been provided by the Howell County Clerk's office. 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
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
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.
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
The Willow Springs School Board convened for its regular meeting on Jan. 8, swearing a new student representative and voting to create a committee dedicated to reforming evaluations of the school board and superintendent. more
As the bitter cold continues through the first half of the week, and with a slight possibility of a further dusting of snow today, several area schools have called off in-person classes for Tuesday. more
Officials with St. Paul Lutheran Church announce the blood drive at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Willow Springs for today, Friday, January 12, has been canceled due to inclement weather. more
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