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West Plains Fire Department Chief Kurt Wilbanks has announced his retirement from active duty with the City of West Plains. more
Darrel L. Mohesky Jr., 42, Mtn. View, has been charged with felony possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia used to ingest amphetamine or methamphetamine. The charges were filed following a traffic stop by a Howell County Sheriff's deputy. more
The 85th annual meeting of Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative was held May 3 at the West Plains Civic Center with 1,100 people in attendance, co-op officials announced. The meeting opened with the Pledge of Allegiance led by Ava Greenan, Mtn. View-Birch Tree FFA President. more
Construction on improvements to the Glenwood School are close to being financed, and are scheduled to begin the first week of June, school officials have announced. The funding and improvements are the result of a ballot initiative passed by district patrons in April. more
MOUNTAIN VIEW - At the regular monthly meeting of the Mtn. View City Council held Tuesday, Ed Martin was appointed West Ward alderman and sworn in by interim City Clerk Jessica Smith, who was offered the job permanently during a closed session held at the beginning of the meeting, and accepted. more
A 13-year-old boy who was flown to Mercy Hospital in Springfield on Sunday after an ATV rolled on top of him has succumbed to his injuries, reports the Missouri State Highway Patrol. more
Quincy L. Collins, 28, Dora, has added five felony charges to a list of multiple felonies already filed in Howell County, many related to domestic assault. more
A West Plains man charged in March with five felony counts of possession of child pornography and arrested in April in Nebraska has been issued a summons to appear in court June 7 for a trial setting in the courtroom of Presiding 37th Circuit Judge Steven Privette, but court records show the summons was returned undeliverable on Friday after he moved without leaving a forwarding address. more
Two teams from Richards School will once again travel to the national finals at the American Rocketry Challenge in Washington, D.C., giving their best shot at a win that would send them to an international competition in England. more
Howell County deputies returned two small children safely to their homes on Friday and Saturday afternoons in the areas of Peace Valley and Willow Springs. more
Howell County Commissioners will meet at 10 a.m. Thursday for their twice-weekly regular session in the conference room on the second floor of the county office building, 35 Court Square. more
High School Principal Ryan Smith began Friday’s West Plains High School commencement ceremony by commenting on the challenges faced by this year's seniors, 280 in all. more
The multiagency search for a man considered armed and dangerous by law enforcement is over after West Plains police followed up on an anonymous tip about the man’s whereabouts Tuesday evening and, after a tense standoff with shots fired at police and two people rescued, officers found the man dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, authorities reported Wednesday morning. more
Music at the 30th annual Old-Time Music, Ozarks Heritage Festival will begin at noon June 7 and 8, featuring a variety of performers on two stages: the West Plains Civic Center theater stage indoors, and and outdoor stage set up on Court Square. more
In the spirit of those who established Missouri State University-West Plains over 60 years ago, campus officials presented William W. “Bill” Shaw, Birch Tree, with the prestigious Granvil Vaughan Founder’s Award during Saturday’s commencement ceremony at the West Plains Civic Center. more
Margaret Keister, former manager of Brill Title Company in West Plains, received an honorary Associate of Arts in General Studies degree from Missouri State University-West Plains. more
Mtn. View will have extra trash pickup Monday through Friday and brush pickup June 24 through 28, city officials announce. more
Willow Springs High School’s Class of 2024 celebrated graduation exercises Saturday. more
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