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NEW YORK & TUSCALOOSA, Ala.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jul 12, 2024--Improbable Media - a media company that empowers athletes to be the driving force in their own narrative - announced today the addition … more
A familiar face has been tapped to helm the Grizzly Athletics department at Missouri State University-West Plains (MSU-WP). more
The highlights of the AP Sports report. An up-to-the minute listing of all stories planned, including games and events, is available in Coverage Plan on AP Newsroom, … more
A U.S. appeals court in Philadelphia has ruled that some college athletes may qualify as employees under federal wage-and-hour laws. The court says a test should be developed to differentiate … more
PHILADELPHIA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jul 8, 2024--Comcast announced today that The University of Notre Dame has joined the partner consortium for Comcast NBCUniversal SportsTech, powered by Boomtown as the … more
HOUSTON (AP) — Defending champion Argentina advanced to the Copa America semifinals, beating Ecuador 4-2 on penalty kicks following a 1-1 draw after conceding a tying goal in second-half injury time. Lionel Messi put Argentina's first penalty kick off the crossbar but goalkeeper Emiliano Martínez saved Ecuador's first two attempts in the shootout and Nicolás Otamendi beat Alexander Domínguez with the winning kick. Lisandro Martínez have Argentina a 35th-minute lead, but Kevin Rodríguez scored the score in the first minute of second-half stoppage time. Ecuador's Enner Valencia had put a penalty kick off a post in the 60th minute after a hand ball by Rodrigo De Paul. more
Toledo is adding women’s rowing as a varsity sport, bringing the first new sport to the school in two decades at a time when many athletic departments are prepping for budget hits. Athletic … more
If you're looking to up your game this summer, we've got some thrilling news for you. Tom Barr, a Hall of Famer in both the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association and Missouri State University-West Plains Grizzly Athletics, is gearing up to host not one, not two, but THREE specialized basketball camps in the coming weeks! more
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(The Conversation is an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts.)Nikolas R. Webster, University of Michigan and Richard Paulsen, University of … more
Today in Sports, July 1 - LeBron James agrees to a 4-year $154m deal with the L.A, Lakers more
The highlights of Friday's AP Sports report. An up-to-the minute listing of all stories planned, including games and events, is available in Coverage Plan on AP Newsroom, … more
Today marks a momentous event in West Plains. At 5 p.m., Toney Aid will take down the flag out in front of Aid Downtown Antiques, formerly Aid Hardware, for the very last time. For 5 generations an Aid has owned and operated a business at 1 Court Square. Aid has a photo of his grandfather taking down the flag on the last day of business for the hardware store in the 1990s. It is a bittersweet day for everyone who knows and loves the Aids, but as one door closes, another one opens. In retirement, Toney can finally focus all of his energy on the book project he has spent nearly half of his life working on. The community of West Plains owes a debt of gratitude to the Aid Family that can never be repaid. Their tireless, often thankless, efforts to preserve and restore the historical sites of our beloved downtown has been a lifetime of work. In the heart of West Plains, a town that clings to its history like autumn leaves to a tree, there stands a testament to the enduring spirit of a family business. Welcome to Aid Downtown Antiques, where stepping through the doors is akin to stepping into a living legacy, a tribute to resilience, innovation, and community impact. more
On June 15, the Christos House Chocolate Festival unfolded in all its sugary glory at the First United Methodist Church in West Plains. The event, held from noon to 4 p.m., was a much-anticipated celebration for chocolate lovers of all ages. With an entry fee of just $10, attendees were treated to 20 tasting tickets, allowing them to sample a wide array of delectable chocolate creations from both professional and amateur chocolatiers. For the little ones aged 10 and under, entry was free with adult supervision, making it a family-friendly affair. more
If you haven't yet experienced the magic of "Mary Poppins" at the historic Avenue Theatre, you're in luck—but just barely. This weekend is your final chance to catch this enchanting summer tradition that's been captivating audiences of all ages. more
In a poignant celebration of Juneteenth, the Lincoln School welcomed Lamar Johnson, a man whose story of resilience and justice captured the hearts of many, to its historic halls. The visit was marked not only by Johnson’s compelling presentation but also by an essay contest that challenged students to delve deeply into themes of conviction, integrity, and personal connection. more
Until recently, I knew little about the Korean Conflict except that the US entered the fight in 1950 to stop the spread of communism. I did not re-alize that while the Korean War lasted just over three years, it took the lives of millions of North and South Koreans and that UN forces also suffered 100,000 casualties. more
Luke 14:26 You cannot be my disciple, unless you love me more than you love your father and mother, your wife and children, and your brothers and sisters. You cannot follow me unless you love me more than you love your own life. more
The Apostle Paul wrote, “Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, rejoice!” (Philippians 4:4) In Nehemiah 8:10 we read, “The joy of the Lord is your strength.” With the troubles we face in today’s world, we may be tempted to think these words of scripture are out of date, meant for another time in the distant past. And yet, they are meant for us today. The dictionary says joy is a feeling of happiness, an emotion evoked by well-being, success, or good fortune. The Bible tells us that it is more. This fruit of the Spirit is evidence of the Holy Spirit in our lives. It is a response to the ways God intervenes in our lives to help us, to save us, to love us. Life can be hard, even brutal, but we have a Savior, and no matter what happens we have confidence that “nothing in all creation will be able to separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord.” (Romans 15:35) This good news of great joy is why we rejoice. May God bless your week with joy! Diane Cooke, Pastor, Presbyterian Churches, Willow Springs and Mtn. View more
Today, let’s embark on a heart-to-heart journey through a topic that often stirs up quite a storm—politics. Specifically, why the Christian church should avoid entangling itself in the political arena. This isn't about pointing fingers or igniting debates but rather about seeking wisdom from the Good Book and understanding our true calling. more
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