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A teen driver suffered serious injuries in a crash at 10:50 p.m. Tuesday on Y Highway, 4 miles north of Mtn. View in Howell County, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. more
Bakersfield School will hold screenings for its early childhood programs by appointment April 23 and 24. During those days, students currently enrolled in those programs will not have classes, said officials. Students currently enrolled in Head Start and preschool programs will be screened for preschool and kindergarten, respectively, during school hours. more
Ozarks Healthcare recently announced Dr. Joseph Barnard, board-certified family medicine physician, is now caring for patients at the health system’s clinic in Gainesville.  more
There is just one week left for candidates to file to run for the Aug. 6 primary election, with several contenders remaining unopposed thus far in their bids to hold office. Filing for the primary elections closes at 5 p.m. March 26. more
A Pomona resident with a history of refusing to comply with security procedures at the Howell County Courthouse has been charged with the felonies of third-degree assault on a special victim and resisting arrest for a felony after being arrested and removed from the Howell County Courthouse on Friday. more
MOUNTAIN VIEW — Tuesday night's meeting of the Mtn. View City Council ended about 12 minutes after it started, following Mayor Jim Krasuski's opening announcement he had spoken with independent counsel about state law regarding nepotism, and discovered the council was wrong in allowing Brenda Colter to vote on the appointment of Judi Colter. more
A man arrested in Koshkonong on March 5 after allegedly assaulting deputies who were responding to a complaint has been identified, and an additional charge is being sought by Howell County Assistant Prosecutor Heath Hardman. more
The Oregon County Library District has been selected as one of 310 libraries to participate in round two of Libraries Transforming Communities: Accessible Small and Rural Communities, an American Library Association (ALA) initiative that provides community engagement and accessibility resources to small and rural libraries to help them better serve people with disabilities.  more
A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued by the National Weather Service office in Springfield for Douglas County and southwestern Wright County through 4:30 p.m today, Thursday. more
A boil advisory issued Monday for patrons of Public Water Supply District No. 2’s Junction Hill System has been lifted. more
Presiding Judge Steven Privette of the 37th Circuit Court has announced he is running for reelection and has filed to be placed on the ballot for the Aug. 6 primary election. more
An alleged incident of domestic assault in Pomona has resulted in felony charges for a man that reportedly assaulted his wife, and his son, who allegedly fired a shotgun near his father shortly after the altercation. 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 Willow Springs School Board will meet in regular session at 6 p.m. Monday in the board conference room. more
Mtn. View Alumni planning meeting scheduled more
About 2 miles of W Highway near Peace Valley will be closed March 25 through 29 as Missouri Department of Transportation crews perform maintenance on a bridge over the Eleven Point River. more
More than 60 local grocers partnered with Ozarks Food Harvest for the 25th annual Check Out Hunger campaign, raising nearly $48,000 from customer donations to provide more than 142,000 meals across the Ozarks.  more
The Eminence community suffered a devastating blow Tuesday morning when a fire destroyed the Eminence Area Volunteer Fire Department (EAVFD) fire station, along with several trucks. more
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