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Ozark National Scenic Riverways Superintendent Jason Lott announced the selection of new members of the park’s management team. Stacey Griffin was selected as the chief of administration, assuming her position May 8. William Terry was chosen as the chief of facility management and joined the staff Aug. 29. more
Local networking group for women in business and leadership positions in the West Plains region and surrounding communities, The Amelia Network, will hold a special meetup at Viandel Vineyard in Mtn. View. more
Even before the COVID pandemic, child care shortages were putting a strain on Missouri’s workforce. Unfortunately, the pandemic made that problem worse, and a study conducted by the Missouri Chamber in conjunction with the U.S. Chamber demonstrated that point. more
To help customers needing to connect with family, friends and loved ones, UScellular is offering customers free calls to Puerto Rico. more
Rural communities have increasingly diverse economies. more
West Plains R-7 School District officials announce Dr. Amy Ross, assistant superintendent of special programs, has been named the recipient of the 2022 Missouri Council of Administrators of Special Education Award. more
What do you get a foodie who has almost everything? An outside pizza oven! That was our gift to ourselves for our 30th wedding anniversary that we celebrated last week. I've been wanting one for some time now, even considering building one but that's still on the to do list, so when I saw a free standing pizza oven on wheels, I hit the add to cart button and happy anniversary to us! Next came an easy, and quick pizza dough recipe, one where I could make several ahead of time and freeze for a gathering later. I found this one that I'll try first, just one bowl is needed and no fancy tools are required.  This recipe can be used in your kitchen oven also. I'm looking forward to many pizza parties outside! We can also cook, bake and even make bread in this oven, as with most pizza ovens. So, if you've been wanting to add one to your deck or patio, go for it!  more
DO NOT FORGET TIME CHANGE beginning Saturday Oct. 1. We change to our regular market hours, opening one hour later, hours will be 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for both Wednesday and Saturday, until June. more
West Plains R-7 School District officials have made public an alleged incident regarding employee misconduct that resulted in the resignation of the employee, who is no longer allowed on school property. more
West Plains Middle School has a program that lets students take on different leadership roles to develop knowledge and skills in careers geared toward their future goals. more
Adult Education hosted an open house Thursday in the administration building of the Melbourne, Ark., Ozarka College Campus. more
“Dwayne Johnson: A Rock Exhibit” is the latest exhibit in the Black River Technical College student-led Mini-Museum’s Cabinet of Curiosities on the Paragould, Ark., campus.  more
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. more
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. more
University of Missouri Extension Nutrition and Health Education Specialist Stephanie Johnson will offer a free six-week walking program at Galloway Park. more
Ozark National Scenic Riverways will celebrate and remember the Alley community of yesteryear from 6 to 9 p.m. Sunday. All are invited to attend the free event, which will be hosted in partnership with the Shannon County Museum Association and Ozark Riverways Foundation. more
BRANSON /PRNewswire/ — Silver Dollar City’s acclaimed Harvest Festival returns brighter than ever in 2022, featuring more than 15,000 pumpkins, larger than life sculptures and the new Foggy Hollow lighted pathway. As part of Silver Dollar City’s Biggest Entertainment Year Ever, the half-million-dollar “pumpkin” expansion adds to the Harvest Festival featuring Crafts and Pumpkins In The City running Sept. 21 through Oct. 29. more
The West Plains Council on the Arts and Missouri State University-West Plains University/Community Programs have collaborated to bring “Bold, Brave, Curious!” to the civic center stage. more
McDonald’s in West Plains invites the public to join staff for coffee and conversation with members of the West Plains Police Department. more
Residents are invited to come shop, eat and support over 40 women-owned businesses at The Amelia Network’s second annual Business women’s Expo. more
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