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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reminds hunters and anglers that squirrel and black bass seasons open Saturday, May 25. more
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Want some free fun that gets family and friends outside in nature? Get hooked on fishing with the Missouri Department of Conservation’s (MDC) Free Fishing Days June 8 and 9. During Free Fishing Days, anyone may fish in the Show-Me State without having to buy a fishing permit, trout permit, or trout park daily tag. more
Who is qualified to write about the Bible? Who is qualified to write about the love of Christ? Who is qualified to discuss the debates of the Christian church? Who is qualified to point out that some church rituals are based on church culture and not biblical doctrine? These are the questions I want to explore in today's column. more
Memorial Day weekend is often heralded as the beginning of summer, when boaters take to the rivers and campers pitch their tents or take their RVs out on the highways. More than that, Memorial Day itself is dedicated to honoring the memories of military members who died in service to the U.S. more
Next Monday, the United States will officially observe Memorial Day for the 156th time. There were occasions before May 30, 1868, when citizens in both the North and South paused to honor those who died during the Civil War. By 1890, every Union state offi-cially observed the day. Most Southern states did as well, but on different dates, and their time of remembrance was called Confederate Memorial Day. more
Psalms 50:22 Listen to this, you that ignore me, or I will destroy you, and there will be no one to save you. more
Today I heard about strong storms and tornadoes, and I am grateful lives were spared because people crowded into storm shelters and basements. I am thankful every day for the shelter my home provides me. Shelter is defined as safety from a storm, an enemy, or trouble. Please remember that God is our shelter. Psalm 91:1-2 says, “Those who live in the shelter of the Most High will find rest in the shadow of the Almighty. This I declare about the Lord: He alone is my refuge, my place of safety; He is my God and I trust Him.” When troubles come our way, God is our shelter. God will be with us. God’s presence is our refuge providing strength and giving hope. May God bless your day! Diane Cooke, Pastor, Presbyterian Churches, Willow Springs and Mtn. View. more
In war, usually the enemy is someone who is going to kill you unless you can kill him first. He has a totally different set of beliefs and follows leaders whose main purpose is to destroy you and those around you. In most wars, your enemy is clearly defined by a uniform, a language, country of origin, or a flag. He is a faceless, nameless, nonperson. But what if he did have a familiar face and name- and it was Brother? Father? Son? Cousin? Uncle? Neighbor? Friend? Or even Grandfather? more
Ozarks Healthcare recently recognized Amy Langston-Barry, registered nurse (RN) in the hospital’s Surgery Department, with The Daisy (Diseases Attacking the Immune System) Award For Extraordinary Nurses. more
Mark Lewis, a financial advisor with Edward Jones in West Plains, has achieved the Certified Kingdom Advisor, or CKA, designation. more
Ozarks Healthcare Foundation officials announce the opening of the foundation’s newest thrift store in Gainesville to offer affordable goods to the community and also, they say, to significantly contribute to the enhancement of healthcare services in the region.  more
The University of Missouri Extension office of Howell County offers an eight-week strength training program for older adults and is taking registrations now for the next session, which begins May 29. more
The Ozarks Healthcare Behavioral Health Center (BHC), along with several local organizations which serve health and wellness needs of individuals across the region, will host a Community Connections Resource Fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 6 at Emmett Kelly Park in Houston.  more
Hello fellow food lovers and welcome back to my kitchen. When it comes to comfort food, few dishes can rival the rich, cheesy delight of manicotti. But why stick with tradition when you can elevate this Italian classic to new culinary heights? Today, we're diving into a creative take on manicotti that combines the irresistible flavors of spinach and artichoke with a zesty lemon basil cream sauce. This dish is not only mouthwateringly delicious but also a feast for the eyes. Ready to embark on a culinary adventure? Let’s get started! more
Summer is here, and that means it's time to indulge in some delicious homemade ice cream! No ice cream maker? No problem! This easy, no-churn recipe will have you enjoying creamy, dreamy ice cream in no time. Whether you're a fan of classic vanilla, rich chocolate, or something a bit more adventurous, this recipe is your ticket to frozen bliss. more
I caved today and turned the air conditioning on, but no matter how hot it gets in the summer, if I want to grill, I'm grilling. With summer near, it's time to get the grill cleaned up and plan those gatherings. One dish that is easy to make and travels well is homemade baked beans.  Sure, you can doctor a can or two your way and I've done that but once you make your own, you may not go back.  The secret to the best beans is to start with a fresh bag of beans, rinse well, and allow to soak overnight. This classic recipe is cooked on the stovetop and then baked but you can use a crockpot, which I prefer.  Baked beans pair well with just about anything, and adds a touch of sweetness to the meal. I can smell them cooking now. And if you have a smoker, put those cooked beans in the smoker for about 20 mins for a even better flavor.  We are entering the season of summer foods, cooked outside, and eating alfresco is my favorite part of summer.  Bring on the burgers and beans.  more
The Missouri 4-H Foundation marks its 75th anniversary this year with plans to highlight impacts from decades of dedication to nurturing young leaders and fostering community development across the state. more
The Lincoln School in West Plains recently hosted a special guest: Beverly Short. Short, born Bunyard, a proud West Plains High School graduate from the class of 1976, brought her solo performance of “Newlywed Widow” to the delight of her old friends and new fans. “I am delighted to be invited to bring my Solo Performance of “Newlywed Widow” to West Plains and I can’t wait to see all my old friends. Thank you to Crockett Oaks for his enthusiasm in bringing this production to fruition. It has been many years since I’ve been back to West Plains and I look forward to reconnecting with my old friends while making new friends, too!” Beverly shared with a smile. more
There’s something about cars that captures the imagination. Whether it’s the growl of an engine, the sleek curves of the body, or the thrill of speed, cars have a way of making our hearts race. But as we roll deeper into the 21st century, a nagging question arises: Have all the cool cars already been made? Let’s take a ride through history and see what makes a car truly cool and if the glory days of automotive coolness are really behind us. more
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