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Leland E. Collins, 41, West Plains, has been charged after allegedly striking a woman with a piece of wood during a domestic altercation. more
A man who was recently placed on supervised probation after shooting at a vehicle in Willow Springs, with children and other people nearby, now faces another felony charge, filed after an alleged assault in West Plains. more
A decades-old event that's been held during the summer has plans to move to the fall, starting next year. more
Russell E. Wiles, 52, West Plains, is charged with first-degree arson and first-degree property damage after allegedly setting fire to a trash can in a West Plains Super 8 Motel bathroom and damaging a room refrigerator, air conditioner and a light fixture. Both charges are felonies. more
A West Plains man who is a registered sex offender was sentenced in federal court today for possessing hundreds of computer-generated images of child sexual abuse, announced the office of U.S. Attorney Teresa Moore, Western District of Missouri. more
Texas County business owner Grant Heithold, a self-described “Christian conservative Republican” is running to represent Missouri’s 8th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives. more
West Plains city council members have approved the permanent closure of three streets off of Washington Avenue after hearing recommendations from the Planning and Zoning commission, downtown business owners and members of West Plains Downtown Revitalization. more
The 10th annual Bridges Back-to-School and Health Fair will take place as a drive-thru event from 9 to 11 a.m. Aug. 12, supplemented by a clothing giveaway. more
All are invited to a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house on July 25 to celebrate the Greater West Plains Area Chamber of Commerce’s move to 397 Jackie Garrett Drive, the former site of the Greater Ozarks Center for Advanced Technology. more
The "Sounds Downtown" summer concert series returns for its second installment of live music from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Thursday when the heart of downtown will resonate with the delightful sounds of bluegrass and country music. more
The Chaos Closet will hold a special Foster Friday event from 5 to 7 p.m. Aug. 2. more
The City of West Plains announced Tuesday afternoon Chris Sterner has been named the city's new fire chief, following the recent retirement of Kurt Wilbanks and Sterner's service since May as interim fire chief. more
Ozarks Healthcare Chief Nursing Officer Lacey Carter has been promoted to the position of chief operations officer, health system officials announce. While taking on the duties of her new role, they said, Carter will continue to serve as CNO, overseeing the management and operations of all nursing services across Ozarks Healthcare. more
A West Plains man has been charged with two counts of misdemeanor first-degree sexual misconduct after allegedly exposing himself to two employees of a local restaurant. more
The Howell County Democrats will host a forum Thursday for gubernatorial candidate Crystal Quade, current state House Minority Leader. more
State Rep. Travis Smith, a Republican representing the 155th House District and campaigning for 33rd District State Senate, announces he has received the exclusive endorsement of the Missouri Fraternal Order of Police, a gesture his campaign says highlights is dedication to supporting law enforcement. more
The West Plains City Council will meet at 5 p.m. Monday at city hall, 1910 Holiday Lane, beginning with a closed session to discuss personnel matters. A regular session, to which the public is invited, will begin at 5:30 p.m. more
The West Plains Noon Rotary Club recently installed new officers. “Dynamic” leaders elected to their seats during the July 2 meeting are Lana Snodgras, president; Greg Carter, president-elect and Missy McGoldrick, secretary, said Rotary officials. On hand for the installation was Jim Thompson of the West Plains Sunrise Rotary Club. The newly elected leaders extended a heart-felt thank-you to past President Ramona Heiney for her dedicated service, noting, “We appreciate you immensely.” more
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