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Unofficial Howell County election results from Tuesday show a couple of potential upsets, including a defeat of Mtn. View Mayor John Krasuski by a write-in candidate, and a new West Plains R-7 school board member to replace longtime member and current President Jim Thompson, who was defeated by two votes. more
Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft's office has announced an extended candidate filing deadline for several state offices, including that of 154th District Representative David Evans of West Plains, who officially withdrew from the race on Monday after announcing his retirement on March 11. more
A write-in candidate for Mtn. View mayor, Charry McCann, will hold a "Meet the Candidate" and question and answer session from 5:30 to 7 p.m. today at the Mtn. View Community Center, 125 E. First St. in Mtn. View. more
Mtn. View voters will have a full slate of candidates to choose from come April 2, including two write-in candidates who threw their hats in the ring after the Dec. 26 deadline for filing to be placed on the ballot. 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
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
The Missouri Democratic Party (MDP) is accepting requests for mail-in ballots to vote in the presidential primary election scheduled on March 23. Registered Missouri voters can request a ballot online by March 12 at request.mrgvote.com/Missouri, or call 855-433-8683. more
Filings for the April 2 Howell County election are complete and have been provided by the Howell County Clerk's office. more
Howell Valley and Junction Hill schools have set dates for kindergarten and preschool screening sessions for incoming students planning to enroll for the 2024-25 school year. more
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