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Michael W. Naylor, 50, of Licking, suffered fatal injuries over the weekend when he was thrown from his pickup truck in a crash at 9:30 p.m. Friday on Highway 137, 3 miles north of Raymondville in Texas County, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. more
A West Plains woman is charged with first-degree domestic assault resulting in serious physical injury after allegedly hitting a man in the head with an aluminum pan and walking stick, resulting in the man’s loss of consciousness. more
After unanimous votes by both the Fulton County Quorum Court on Feb. 20, and the Baxter Health System Board of Directors on Wednesday, Fulton County Hospital in Salem, Ark., has reached a long-term agreement to become part of the Baxter Health System, officials have announced. more
Fulton County Sheriff Jake Smith has announced an arrest and a first-degree murder charge filed in connection with a homicide that happened almost 20 years ago in Salem, Ark. The case is reportedly the result of work by Fulton County Detective Dale Weaver that began about a year ago. more
Members of the Moody Community Building board of directors invite all to an open house to be held beginning 6 p.m. Saturday at the community building, off of E Highway in Moody. Sandwiches and other refreshments will be served and a tour of the new facility will be given. There is no charge, but donations for upkeep of the building will be accepted. more
A Yellville, Ark., resident has been sentenced to 30 years in prison without parole related to a federal conviction of communicating through the internet to entice a minor to engage in illegal sexual activity, after an investigation that included Mtn. Home and Baxter County, Ark., law enforcement. more
A non-first-responder volunteer with the Mtn. View Fire Department has been charged with felony attempted enticement of a child after allegedly arranging to meet who he believed was an 11-year-old girl at the Mtn. View Fire Department for sex. more
On behalf of the Health Resources Services Administration’s Delta Regional Authority (DRA), officials with the National Rural Health Resource Center have announced Texas County Memorial Hospital in Houston has been chosen to participate in the Delta Region Community Health Systems Development Program. more
The planning committee for the Buck Nelson Festival, to be held the weekend of April 5 through 8 in Mtn. View, coinciding with the area's total solar eclipse, has finalized events and provided a schedule of things to do and see for all ages and interests. more
The city of Willow Springs has removed its dangerous-building designation from the McClellan Building at the corner of 104 E. Main St., first put into place in December 2022 on the recommendation of John Oke-Thomas of Oke-Thomas Associates, an architectural and construction firm headquartered in Springfield. more
Officials with the Missouri Public Service Commission, the North American Numbering Plan Administrator (NANPA) and the telecommunications industry remind phone customers to continue preparing for a new area code, 235, to be used in the current 573 area code region. more
Beginning Monday, South U.S. 63 in Howell and Oregon Counties will be reduced to one lane with an 11-foot width restriction as construction crews perform pavement repairs, announce officials with the Missouri Department of Transportation. more
SEYMOUR —Almost 35 years ago, Kelle Ann Workman, 24, of rural Douglas County, went missing from the Pleasant Ridge Church and was found dead about a week later in Christian County, her body disposed of in a ravine about 16 miles away. more
Moderate injuries were reported for a Douglas County woman who was in a crash at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday on Highway 5 a mile south of Mansfield in Wright County, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. more
The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission awarded contracts for Southeast District projects during its regular meeting on Feb. 14. Awarded contracts include pavement improvements, bridge replacements and improvements to pavement markings.  more
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