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After a two-year freeze on tax credits, the Missouri Department of Economic Development (DED) has awarded more than $76,000 in contribution tax credits to the Ozarks Small Business Incubator through … more
Area residents who have made it nearly halfway through June without turning on their air conditioners may be considering a change in practice by Sunday. The National Weather Service long-range … more
Members of the community can now view the Harlin Museum’s Ozark Heritage Exhibit featuring L.L.  Broadfoot’s Pioneers of the Ozarks, a collection of art by the accomplished late … more
“What plant is that” is a commonly heard question on hikes, camping trips, and other outdoor outings. Now that spring has greened up the outdoors, it’s a great time to take a guided … more
One of the keys to being successful at fly fishing is learning how to cast. People can learn more about how to cast with fly fishing equipment at the free Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) … more
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) congratulates Tim Stillings of Morrisville for catching a 7-pound, 8-ounce walleye from the Sac River. Stillings caught the fish May 16 using a trotline. … more
When it comes to things people are afraid of in the outdoors, venomous snakes top many fright lists. While it’s true people should always give venomous snakes space, it’s equally true … more
Contemporary society has made the word “truth” unpopular and has replaced it with another virtue that has become more highly valued: tolerance.  These days one of the most … more
Amos 8:11 The time is surely coming, says the Sovereign LORD, when I will send a famine on the land— not a famine of bread or water but of hearing the words of the LORD. A friend mentioned … more
As Memorial Day approaches, I want to take a moment and honor all those that have served this great nation in both military and civilian capacities to ensure the domestic tranquility, liberties and … more
First Free Will Baptist Church of West Plains will hold their annual Vacation Bible School from 6 to 8 p.m. June 5-8. The theme this year is “Monumental: Celebrating God’s … more
The sporty, posh 1953 Buick Skylark was a specialized Detroit car that expressed the unbridled optimism of early 1950s America. An exclusive car from a jazzy auto era, it was a factory customized … more
Meet Nick Redfearn, RN in Ozark Healthcare’s OPS/GI Department. While Redfearn stays very busy moving from procedure to procedure through the day, he always has time to make patients and staff … more
Area businessman Mike Ennis received an honorary Associate of Applied Science degree Saturday from Missouri State University-West Plains (MSU-WP). The honorary degree was presented during the … more
An agreement between the city of West Plains and the Howell County Health Department for environmental services has been renewed with a vote by the city council during May’s meeting. Under … more
Applications are now being accepted for the new ASCEND Program at Missouri State University-West Plains (MSU-WP). The ASCEND (Autism Support Can Empower New Directions) Program is designed to help … more
Come on out and welcome our newest vendor, Stephanie Hullinger, owner of Foodie’s Fare located right here in West Plains! Foodie’s Fare opened in November 2021 with Indian-inspired dishes … more
Squirrel hunting has a long tradition in many parts of the Ozarks. It’s a great way to enjoy the outdoors and provide wild game for the table. People can learn more about the basics of … more
Lawnmowers aren’t the only buzzing people will hear outdoors this spring. A variety of Missouri’s many native bees become active as the weather warms, but their populations are declining. … more
With yet another COVID-19 booster available for vulnerable populations in the U.S., many people find themselves wondering what the end game will be. The mRNA … more
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