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Area high school students who participated in band or orchestra have a new educational opportunity available to them at Missouri State University-West Plains. more
Spring always feels special. After even mild winters, the longer days, warmer temperatures and greener parks can lift our spirits and offer a fresher outlook. more
A Missouri Lottery player was in Phillips 66, 78 First St. in Gainesville, when she decided to purchase a Powerball ticket for the May 18 drawing. more
The Willow Springs Chamber of Commerce is holding a fundraiser giveaway drawing. more
Texas County Memorial Hospital ended 2023 with total operating revenues of $39.61 million, a 10.49% increase over 2022, the TCMH board of trustees heard at its monthly meeting in April.   more
Jaimee Brown, owner Auntie Fancies joins the farmer’s market! Her display booth is very creative as she displays her Artisan goat milk soaps, goat milk bath bombs, sugar scrubs, lip butters, lotion bars and more! You can check out her products at www.auntiesfancies.com. more
With all the rain we've been getting our garden is growing like a weed, as are the weeds but summer is pickling season for many.  Gardeners are cleaver when it comes to putting up the harvests, and one easy way is to pickle it. It's not just about cucumber pickles anymore, just about any vegatable or fruit can be pickled and also made into a relish. You can also make any relish hot and spicy, sweet and sour or just plain. This week's recipe was in my Facebook feed a few days ago, it's a pickled relish, the best of both worlds and certainly not limited to this recipe. Like pickles, relish can be made from most produce.  Add fresh herbs for a wild side and you will be the hit of any cookout or gathering.  I'm sharing this easy recipe to get a jump on the canning season, don't lose it, it's a great way to use up your harvest.  Happy pickling season.  more
Welcome back to our culinary adventure series! Today, we're taking a beloved classic, Chicken Piccata, and giving it a refreshing twist that will surprise and delight your taste buds. Prepare to be amazed by our Lemon Blueberry Chicken Piccata with a Honey Thyme Glaze. This dish combines the zesty and tangy notes of traditional Chicken Piccata with the sweet and vibrant flavors of blueberries and honey thyme. Get ready to impress your family and friends with this extraordinary dish! more
Below are several upcoming events at Missouri State University-West Plains (MSU-WP), many of which are open to the community. Feel free to clip this calendar and keep it for your reference to make sure you don’t miss any events that might interest you. Also listed are several important dates on the university’s calendar that area residents might want to keep in mind.  more
Long before plug-in air fresheners and scented candles, people used plants to make their homes more livable by masking unpleasant odors. more
Bruce A. Flaugh, 38, Brandsville, remains in custody on $50,000 bond after being arrested May 2 on a charge of first-degree assault after allegedly throwing a hand saw at his girlfriend, cutting her hand. more
On Monday, May 20, His Place Christian Academy hosted a joyful and inspiring publishing party to celebrate a significant milestone: 18 of its students have become published authors through a national student publishing program. This momentous occasion marked the culmination of weeks of hard work and creativity by second and third-grade students, who planned, wrote, and illustrated their own books through a free publishing program with Studentreasures Publishing. more
Before the convenience of Amazon and Walmart reshaped our world, grist mills stood as the beating heart of rural communities in Missouri. These mills were far more than mere machinery for grinding corn into meal; they were vibrant centers of trade, social interaction, and communal life. Imagine a time when a visit to the mill was not just a routine errand, but a significant social event, offering a rare opportunity for isolated farm families to connect with their neighbors. more
A healthy lawn thrives with the right amount of water and nutrients, making lawn care a year-long process that requires attention and diligence. Even when the sun isn’t very strong and the temperatures are cold, a lawn still needs water. That water requirement multiplies when higher temperatures lead to increased evaporation, making it essential for homeowners to understand the intricacies of proper lawn hydration to maintain a lush, green landscape. more
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