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The MFA Oil Foundation has awarded a grant to the Ozark Sheltered Industries, Inc. to assist with purchasing exterior lighting. The MFA Oil Foundation provides support to nonprofit organizations that … more
Howell County Health Department reports an additional 42 cases of COVID-19 for Howell County. This brings the to date total number of cases to 5,212. Of the new cases 24 live in West Plains, four … more
Missouri State University-West Plains (MSU-WP) will begin the 2021 fall semester with a temporary masking policy.Beginning Aug. 22, masks will be required in all buildings on campus. The policy, … more
Republican Congressman Long is conducting a bus tour around the Ozarks to gain support for his election. Long recently announced on August 3 that he is running for U. S. Senate. Long was voted in to … more
On April 30, 1990, the City of West Plains implemented a curbside recycling program. The idea was to make recycling easy and convenient. After a short suspension (7/29/21 – 8/6/21), due to … more
A small group of Missouri State University-West Plains (MSU-WP) faculty and staff gathered in the Garnett Library recently to sift through a collection of old documents, maps and books about the … more
This year marks the 15th anniversary of His Place House of Worship and the celebration will be taking place Sunday, August 22 at His Place House of Worship, starting at 10:30 AM.Our Senior … more
Howell County Health Department reports an additional 60 cases of COVID-19 for Howell County (numbers include Friday and Saturday). This brings the to date total number of cases to 5056. Of the new … more
With the rise in COVID-19 cases—many believed to be the Delta variant— in Howell County, there are many questions as to what steps are being taken regarding the situation. The quill … more
Howell County Health Department reports an additional 40 cases of COVID-19 for Howell County. This brings the to date total number of cases to 4,996. Of the new cases 32 live in West Plains, five … more
Two West Plains, Missouri, men were sentenced in federal court today for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine in Howell, Greene, and Texas counties.Benny D. Griffin, 59, and … more
Dr. Sweeney grew up in Southern California. He graduated Cum Laude from Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles in 2002 and attended Creighton University Dental School in Omaha, Nebraska. After … more
Due to rising COV-19 cases, the weekly singing held at the Olde Time Full Gospel Church in West Plains has been cancelled until further notice. more
Texas County Memorial Hospital has reviewed and revised hospital policies and procedures due to the recent spike in COVID-19 hospital board members and administration heard at their monthly meeting … more
Ozarks Food Harvest provided 23 million meals from July 2020 to June 2021, marking another record year of food distribution for children, families and seniors facing hunger … more
With help from our Friends of the Summersville Library group, Texas County Library, and the community, the Summersville Library will be hosting a huge celebration of Missouri’s … more
Baxter Regional Medical Center welcomes Kolton Fraser, DO, to our medical staff. Dr. Fraser is a skilled emergency medicine physician in the Baxter Regional Cline Emergency Center serving the … more
Howell County Health Department reports an additional 71 cases of COVID-19 for Howell County. This number represents cases from Saturday, Sunday, and Monday This brings the to date total number of … more
Nosari Home Mortgage is excited to have Kimberly Bontrager on their team. She prides herself in finding the perfect home loan solution for her clients. Kimberly is passionate about the West Plains … more
The Boil Order for Public Water System District #2 in Howell County has been lifted as of 11:38 a.m. on Aug. 2. The boil order had been put in place following maintenance that reduced water pressure … more
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