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The West Plains R-7 School District recently hosted its annual Faculty and Staff Awards Luncheon. more
The Old-Time Music, Ozark Heritage Festival will be held June 7 and 8, 2024. The annual event in downtown West Plains, Mo., celebrates Ozarks music and culture. Admission to all festival events is free. Festival hours are 10 a.m.-9 p.m. both days, with music beginning at noon. more
Rubydoo’s Vintage Events Center and Collins Farms will host a Mother/Daughter Big Hat Event from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday. more
Free prom dresses available at WPHS more
Democrats in Howell County are invited to participate in the Howell County Democratic Party’s mass meeting at 6:30 p.m. today at the Yellow House Community Arts Center, 209 W. Trish Knight St. in West Plains. RSVP by contacting local party Co-Chair Terry Moore, 417-247-0033. more
Students from five Howell County schools competed at the Missouri Beta Convention, held Feb. 28 and 29 at the Branson Convention Center, with several qualifying to compete at the national level. more
A Baxter County, Ark., woman has been charged in connection with a house fire that happened just over a year ago near Gamaliel, Ark., after allegedly telling someone she paid someone else $500 to set fire to the house, which was occupied by three adults and a child. more
The West Plains Council on the Arts has issued a call for submissions for its juried exhibit, “Sky High: Eclipse and More,” to be displayed from March 30 through May 4 in the gallery on the mezzanine at the West Plains Civic Center, 110 St. Louis St. more
In a poignant celebration of history, heritage and hope, the West Plains community gathered Saturday at the historic Lincoln School on for a dedication ceremony that encapsulated the spirit of unity and educational equality. The event, which drew about 80 attendees into the small, one-room schoolhouse, served as both a culmination of the restoration efforts and a tribute to the African American educational journey during the segregation era. more
George Grede and Carol Johnson were married Jan. 4, 1964, in Chicago, Ill. They celebrated 60 years of marriage with family in West Plains. They have one daughter Debbie Due, of West Plains, one son Joy Grede and wife Patsy, Bull Shoals, Ark., and one granddaughter Alana Hood, Wet Plains. more
The Friends of the Garnett Library meeting scheduled for noon today, Jan. 12, has been canceled due to forecast inclement weather. more
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