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West Plains Council on the Arts will again sponsor the pumpkin competition during the Downtown Fall Block Party, which will take place from 11 a.m.to 4 p.m. Oct. 14 on and around Court Square in West Plains. more
Tonight’s meeting of the West Plains City Council will begin at 5:30 p.m. with a public hearing regarding a transit project partially funded by the Missouri Highway and Transportation Commission. more
The regular monthly meeting of the West Plains R-7 School Board will be held beginning 5 p.m. Tuesday at the West Plains High School library with a closed session to discuss possible personnel, student, legal and real estate issues. more
The community spirit was palpable, and the sky radiated with a shade of hopeful pink as the first home football game of the season turned into a beacon of hope. more
The Woman’s Library Club I of West Plains will meet at 1:30 p.m. Monday at Grace’s Place, 530 Fletcher Terrace. more
The Heart of the Ozarks Bluegrass Association will hold its 39th annual Fall Bluegrass Festival Sept. 21 through 23 at HOBA park off of Lanton Road in West Plains. The festival is the last outdoor event of the season at the bluegrass park.  more
During Monday’s meeting of the Willow Springs School Board, members heard from high school students, considered guidelines from the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) regarding a career ladder plan and finalized school bus routes. more
Ozarks Healthcare officials announced today that the 64-year old healthcare organization has reduced its workforce by about 130 “full-time equivalent positions due to inflation.” more
An Argiope auranti, commonly known in the Ozarks as a garden spider or black-and-yellow garden spider, rests in the center of her web, spotted just off the walking trail at Galloway Creek. Females of this species are the only ones to spin webs, which are often quite large, in order to trap insects it wraps and eats. more
The Junction Hill School board will hold its September meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the school library. more
The Mtn. View City Council will meet in regular session at 6 p.m. Tuesday in council chambers of city hall, 120 N. Oak St. more
Local author Jill Pietroburgo has written a children's book about dementia, "Sometimes Grandma Calls Me Jean," inspired after the 2019 diagnosis of her mother Bonnie Sullivant. Pietroburgo penned the book, she said, with the hope she could help explain the disease to children with family members who have been diagnosed with dementia. more
A schedule has been set for ranger-led themed fall hikes at parks within Ozark National Scenic Riverways (ONSR), beginning Sept. 23 and running through Nov. 4, the Ozark Riverways Foundation has announced. All hikes have been categorized by skill level and how long and strenuous the walk is. more
The Willow Springs School Board will hold its regular monthly session at 6 p.m. Monday in the board conference room. more
Missouri State University President Clif Smart announced plans on Wednesday to retire in summer 2024. more
Cyclists of all ages wishing to participate in the worthy cause of cancer treatment research will have an event in October to sign up for, with 100% of donations collected by participants going to Siteman Cancer Center and St. Louis Children's Hospital. more
“Legacies of the Ozarks” is the theme of the 16th annual Ozarks Studies Symposium set for Sept. 21-23 at the West Plains Civic Center. more
The Mtn. View City Council met in a brief special session at about 6 p.m. Aug. 30 to set the city’s property tax levy at zero. more
Members of the West Plains FFA Chapter joined more than 700 FFA members and agricultural leaders at the Missouri State Fair on Aug. 15 to pack 160,000 meals to feed families facing food insecurity in Missouri. more
Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Troop G, headquartered in Willow Springs, recorded its 22nd traffic fatality over the Labor Day weekend in Carter County. more
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