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From 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 2 and 3, St Paul Lutheran Church, 291 N. Kentucky Ave. in West Plains, will hold its annual Inside Yard Sale fundraiser. more
Free prom dresses available at WPHS more
“A wonderful time was had on Saturday night the 30th of March when three bands played bluegrass, country and gospel music,” said Joan Dix, president of the Better Eminence Schools for Tomorrow, which held its annual music concert that day in the Eminence High School gym. more
Registration is open for current and new students at Ozarka College in Melbourne, Ark. Students are encouraged to speak to their advisers and register for summer and fall 2024 classes. more
Area poets are invited to share their works during a poetry open mic night Tuesday hosted by the Ozarks Heritage Research Center (OHRC) at Missouri State University-West Plains. 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
The Willow Springs Tuesday Study Club met at the Willow Springs Senior Center for a regular business meeting on March 19. Mary Knott and Kathleen Carel were the hostesses with the assistance of Pauline Cape. Following a business meeting, Kathleen gave a presentation titled “American History Myths You Learned in School.” more
Willow Springs High School senior Madalyn Poor has been distinguished as one of the top academic students in the state through the 2024 Missouri Scholars 100 program. more
Area residents interested in taking classes at Missouri State University-West Plains during the 2024 summer session and/or fall semester can now browse through a list of courses online. more
The West Plains High School Class of 1974 will hold its 50th reunion June 28 and 29 with a full slate of events planned. more
A graduate of Houston High School who has dedicated more than two decades of service to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the last five of which have been at General Headquarters in Jefferson City, will retire May 1, announces Col. Eric Olson, superintendent of the patrol. more
The Summersville Friends of the Library and Summersville Branch of Texas County Library recently hosted a coloring contest in observance of Won’t You be My Neighbor Day. The masterpieces were displayed in the library until the public voting on March 20 in honor of the famous Mr. Rogers' birthday. Winner in the 3-10 years old division was Kaitlynn Norris, and winner in the 11-16 years old division was Caleb Otis. Each winner won a $25 gift card, compliments of Summersville Friends of the Library. “Congratulations to both winners, and we thank each participant and those who took time out to come in to vote,” said librarian Kathie Cox. “This was fun, and Mr. Rogers would be so proud!” more
Willow Springs Alumni gatherings began a long time ago, first organized by Sadie Ruth Ferguson, shared Phyllis White, an alumni organizing this year’s festivities. more
Local artist Angela Bullard’s artwork will be featured on the first floor of the Ozarks Small Business Incubator, 408 Washington Ave., through the end of June. more
Officials with the office of workforce development and community education at Missouri State University-West Plains will offer a solar eclipse paint party from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday. more
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