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Officials with the West Plains R-7 School District announce Dr. Joby Steele will take the reins at West Plains Middle School as the new principal for the 2024-2025 school year. more
The Willow Springs School Board is set to meet in regular session at 6 p.m. Monday in the Board Conference Room. more
The Ozark Independent Living (O.I.L.) Veteran Directed Care (VDC) Department is adopting a deployed military unit to send care items to during the Christmas season, and asking for the public's help with donations. more
Area residents interested in taking classes at Missouri State University-West Plains during the 2024 spring semester can now browse through a list of courses online. more
West Plains’ name ties to its founding in the 1850s — it came to be called that because the settlement was west of nearby Thomasville — but the town today is known for other names, too. Legacies that began locally include famed musicians Jan Howard and Porter Wagoner, baseball legends Bill Virdon and Preacher Roe, and actor Dick Van Dyke. more
The Willow Springs Chamber of Commerce is booking luncheon hosts for 2024, and will not hold Business After Hours events in November or December due to the holidays, announced chamber Director Kim McCormick. Businesses interested in hosting a luncheon should email willowspringschamber@gmail.com, or call the chamber at 417-469-5519. more
For the 18th year, the Greater West Plains Area Chamber of Commerce Non-Profit Alliance, along with Ozark Action, representatives from West Plains R-7 School District and area rural schools, law enforcement, businesses and other community groups, will once again join forces for the West Plains Communitywide Christmas Assistance Program to help those in need.  more
The Community Foundation of West Plains will join in a nationwide celebration next week to recognize the increasingly important role that community foundations play in strengthening their regions by addressing high-priority challenges and betterment projects for local residents.  more
Veterans Day falls on Saturday this year, and government offices will be closed Friday in recognition, as that is the federally-designated day of observance. Many events honoring veterans will be held Friday, including the parade. more
A West Plains woman has had more charges added after allegedly continuing to deny custody to the father of her children in defiance of a court-ordered custody arrangement, with the first charge filed over a year ago. more
The Junction Hill School board will hold its November meeting at 6 p.m. Thursday in the school library. more
Dwane M. Porter, 72, has been charged with felony first-degree promoting child pornography and felony possession of child pornography, having either committed the offense previously or possessed more than one video, according to public court records. more
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