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City receives 'clean' audit opinion, approves new civic center board members
During its Monday evening meeting, the West Plains City Council received the city’s audit report with a "clean" opinion, and …
Check it out: West Plains Library recognizes Banned Book week
Banned Books Week has been designated as Sept. 18-24, and the West Plains Public Library has joined the “banned” wagon, putting up …
OZARKS RFD People who made me: Family - A sweet, single lady
My faith assures me we are all wonderfully made by and in the image of God, and in that we are all the same; but my education tells me …
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West Plains Bank and Trust Company To Host Food Pantry Drive

West Plains Bank and Trust Company Liberty Branch will host a fundraiser to benefit the F.E.E.D. Program in Mtn. View Oct. 1 through 31. This is the thirteenth year for the bank to support the cause and all donations are being matched.

Pioneer Heritage Festival in Ava

In this mechanized and electrified age we sometimes forget there was a time when people had to make many of the things we now get from stores and factories and otherwise take for granted. Convenient, yes. But as supply chains broke during the recent pandemic we often got rude reminders that understanding how basic things are made can be handy in a pinch. We were also reminded that earlier generations still have something to teach us.

Missouri Community Action Network (MoCAN) Poverty Report

The Missouri Community Action Network (MoCAN) has released its Missouri Poverty Report for 2022, a compilation of information based on data collected by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Food Research and Action Center, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, and the U.S. Census Bureau.

West Plains Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade returns downtown

The West Plains Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade will take place at 4 p.m. Dec. 10. This year’s Parade theme is “Christmas Memories”. The Chamber is thrilled this year to be bringing the parade back downtown. The parade will begin at the corner of Porter Wagoner Blvd. and Webster (by Peoples Park), travel down West Main Street to Court Square around the south side of the Square on to East Main Street, then dispersing at the Corner of East Main and St. Louis Street.
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Hall throws 4 TDs, No. 19 BYU beats Wyoming 38-24
Jaren Hall threw for 337 yards and four touchdowns to lead No. 19 BYU to a 38-24 victory over Wyoming.  Hall became the 20th BYU …
Rising throws two TDs, No. 13 Utah beats Arizona St 34-13
Cameron Rising threw for 260 yards and two touchdowns to tight end Dalton Kincaid, and No. 13 Utah rolled past Arizona State 34-13. …
No. 18 Washington dominates in 40-22 thumping of Stanford
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West Plains Bank and Trust Company Gives $71,587 to Schools, Ozarks Healthcare

For ten years, West Plains Bank and Trust Company has offered community debit cards to customers featuring designs for school districts where the bank has branches, and Ozarks Healthcare. The total for the program in 2022 is up $8,892 over last year, coming in at $71,587. Across the life of the program, more than $400,000 has been donated to local schools and Ozarks Healthcare by West Plains Bank and Trust Company.

Bonus Walk with Ease class added

Another Walk With Ease class is being offered by University of Missouri Extension Nutrition and Health Education Specialist Stephanie Johnson.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month kickoff event

Domestic Violence Awareness Month kickoff event

Car seat safety checks Friday

Car seat safety checks Friday

Winona resident earns master's degree from Baylor U.

A Shannon County resident is one of more than 730 Baylor University graduates who received their degrees during summer commencement ceremonies Aug. 13 in the Ferrell Center, Waco, Texas.

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Metal to Rust Kaiser Autos: Short run, long story

In 1945, Henry J. Kaiser, an industrialist, and Joseph W. Frazer, the president of the Graham-Paige Corporation, founded the Kaiser-Frazer Corporation which made automobiles under the brand names of Kaiser and Frazer. With Kaiser’s capital and experience in obtaining government contracts and Frazer’s contacts in the automobile industry, there was optimism regarding their success. The new company was headquartered at Willow Run, Michigan.

Kingdom Living Being Love Part 4

Today I want to continue our series on 1 Corinthians 13 with the next section of scripture. For reference, I have been sharing verses 4-8 from the Amplified version of the Bible.

Walk with Ease class to be held at Galloway Park

University of Missouri Extension Nutrition and Health Education Specialist Stephanie Johnson will offer a free six-week walking program at Galloway Park.

MU to host free ag lenders webinar Oct. 7

The University of Missouri will host a free webinar for agricultural lenders, credit managers, rural land appraisers, congressional staffers, county commissioners and ag service providers 10:30 a.m. to noonOct. 7.

Bivalent booster shots now available at the Howell County Health Department

Bivalent COVID-19 booster doses are now available at the Howell County Health Department to provide increased protection against Omicron variants.

Deadline nears to apply for MSU-WP Associate of Science in Nursing program

Area residents interested in applying to the Associate of Science in Nursing regular track program at Missouri State University-West Plains have until Oct. 1 to submit their application.
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