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The Homeland Cemetery Association will have a work day at 9 a.m. May 18. more
Ozarks Healthcare Behavioral Health Center's Patient Experience Team announces its upcoming Spring Fling Carnival, a celebration in honor of May being Mental Health Awareness Month. more
We celebrate National Women’s Health Week from May 12 through 18. more
Former President Donald Trump remains stuck in the courtroom listening to salacious details of an affair he denies. But another spectacle is playing out as his vice presidential tryouts get underway. … more
Seven more Republican states are suing to challenge a new federal regulation to protect transgender student rights. The GOP lawsuits were filed in federal courts in Missouri and Oklahoma, but … more
A West Plains man has been charged with the felonies of first-degree burglary and stealing a firearm after allegedly entering a shop building and taking a rifle, then returning the next day to enter a house on the property while the victim was inside. Then taking a gun and cash. more
Traditional jig dancing will again be featured at this year’s Old-Time Music, Ozarks Heritage Festival in downtown West Plains. The Bob Holt Jig Dancing Competition will take place at 12:30 p.m. June 8, in the West Plains Civic Center arena. more
The Friends of the West Plains Public Library will hold the group’s annual spring book sale this weekend at the library, 750 W. Broadway. more
Richards Rockets rocketry team fundraiser runs thru Friday more
Howell County Commissioners will meet in regular session at 10 a.m. Thursday on the second floor of the county office building, 35 Court Square. more
Two West Plains residents and a Texas County resident suffered serious injuries in three accidents that happened Friday according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. more
The Mtn. View City Council will hold a meeting beginning with an open work session at 5 p.m. Wednesday at Mtn. View City Hall, 120 N. Oak St. The work session will precede a special session at 6 p.m. more
ALTON — Winners in Alton Elementary School’s recent "Under the Sea" themed art show are among entries from 280 students. The event showcased the work of all students in the school and was part of an elaborate and colorful display by art teacher Annie Whitten that filled the halls of the school and ended with an awards ceremony. more
The Greater West Plains Area Chamber of Commerce announces, after 25 years on Jefferson Avenue, the relocation to new office space in the building that formerly housed the Greater Ozarks Center for Advanced Technology is underway. more
A group of dedicated health care professionals announced it is launching a program to provide a new level of care to faith communities in the Missouri Ozarks. more
MOUNTAIN VIEW —Work has officially begun on a new Ozarks Healthcare clinic in Mtn. View. more
A lightning strike has rendered the splash pad at Butler Children’s Park on Broadway temporarily unusable, report West Plains city officials. more
Kansas City Star. April 30, 2024. Editorial: Missouri Republicans already banned abortion. Now they’re targeting Planned Parenthood Missouri Republicans are trying to ban abortion twice … more
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