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Take note and start spreading the news: Ell Bennington, a junior at West Plains High School and a trombone player with the Zizzer Pride Band, has joined the ranks of accomplished musicians who have performed at Carnegie Hall. more
More than 60 local grocers partnered with Ozarks Food Harvest for the 25th annual Check Out Hunger campaign, raising nearly $48,000 from customer donations to provide more than 142,000 meals across the Ozarks.  more
Ozark Cafe will hold a cystic fibrosis fundraising day from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday at 662 Missouri Ave. in West Plains. more
Administration, faculty, staff, patrons and students of South Fork School have long been supporters of the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, raising funds for the facility each year. They outdid themselves this year by surpassing their $21,000 fundraising goal by about $1,000. more
A West Plains woman awaiting the conclusion of a case involving a charge of third-degree domestic assault against her has been charged with felony first-degree arson after allegedly setting fire to a house on West Olden Street early the morning of Feb. 23 while five people, including three children, were inside. more
A West Plains woman is charged with first-degree domestic assault resulting in serious physical injury after allegedly hitting a man in the head with an aluminum pan and walking stick, resulting in the man’s loss of consciousness. more
Colton's Steak House and Grill, local franchise owner Haley Mitchell and staff will host the restaurant’s fundraising Cystic Fibrosis Day from 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday. more
West Plains Bank and Trust Company, a member of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines (FHLB Des Moines), and the West Plains Housing Authority were chosen to receive a Competitive Affordable Housing Program (AHP) grant for $657,000 to help local families find a safe and affordable place to call home, bank officials announced this week. more
A West Plains man wanted on active county warrants for charges of second-degree domestic assault, first-degree kidnapping and first-degree child endangerment reportedly injured an officer during his arrest and now faces additional charges. more
At its regular monthly meeting held Feb. 20, the West Plains City Council recognized Kathleen Morrissey for her award from the Missouri Arts Council for her work as an individual for her leadership in promoting the arts, the culmination of several decades of service in the area and statewide. more
West Plains area businesses, schools, churches, clubs and other organizations are invited to take part in the Neon Parade, set for 7:30 p.m. April 6. Sponsored by Midway Towing, it is one of the “Party in the Path” events to celebrate the upcoming total solar eclipse in West Plains on April 8. more
Cystic fibrosis fundraising supporters Zach and Jessica Stokes, owners of Captain D's in West Plains, have announced their fifth annual Cystic Fibrosis Day, to be held Saturday at the restaurant, 1402 Preacher Roe Blvd. more
Voters have until the end of the week to weigh in on their local favorites by choosing the Best of West Plains. more
Christopher R. Taylor, 43, Pottersville, has pleaded guilty to child endangerment without sexual conduct, and handed a seven-year sentence with five years of supervised probation. more
The West Plains R-7 Board of Education will meet in regular session at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the West Plains High School library, following a brief closed session set to begin at 5 to discuss legal, real estate, personnel and student matters. more
For the third time in two months, and the second time this month, a West Plains man has been charged with felonies after a search warrant for drugs was served Thursday at a home on the 300 block of Maple Street. more
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