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Hello, all you food lovers out there! Today, we’re diving into an amazing culinary experience, perfect for those lazy, sun-soaked summer afternoons. We're talking about our 'Ultimate Summer BBQ Shrimp Extravaganza.' What sets this shrimp recipe apart is our homemade, tangy barbeque sauce, fresh shrimp, and an array of flavorful spices. So, without further ado, let's get started! more
The only thing I have found good about making a mistake is correcting it, if you are in time. This one, I wasn’t, but it is a big one and I don’t know who is to blame. more
Traditions bring people together like no other, say Missour State Fair officials, pointing out the Missouri State Fair has been a tradition for the state since 1901. more
Missouri is home to 95,000 farms that span almost 70% of the state’s land and produce a variety of commodities, including soybeans, corn and cattle. As stakeholders make management decisions and gauge the future of the agricultural economy, the University of Missouri’s Rural and Farm Finance Policy Analysis Center (RaFF) and Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute (FAPRI), in partnership with Farm Journal, have launched The Ag Economists’ Monthly Monitor survey — described by university officials as a valuable resource to empower stakeholders with timely insights about agricultural markets. more
Ruby Hinds of West Plains is one of 30 high school seniors from across Missouri to complete the ninth annual Helping Youth Prepare for Excellence (H.Y.P.E.) FFA Academy that was held June 27 through 29 in Jefferson City. more
Missouri junior Angus members, including Blake Freeman of Koshkonong, led 113 entries at the 2023 Missouri Junior Angus Preview Show at the Missouri Cattlemen’s Association All-Breeds Show, held June 10 in Sedalia. Randy Mullinix, Toulan, Ill., evaluated five bred-and-owned bulls, 70 owned females, 35 bred-and-owned females, one cow-calf pair and two steers before naming the champions. more
The Browders, one of Christian music’s most acclaimed groups, will help The First Assembly of God Church of Bakersfield spread the gospel and save souls.  more
This week our country celebrates its 247th birthday. While Americans enjoy the free-doms our constitution affords us, America has become an increasingly divided nation. Dr. Jim Denison, who writes a blog I regularly read, recently referenced an article from the New York Times that reported something which both political parties agree on; 69% of Democrats and 69% of Republicans believe our democracy is in danger of col-lapse. The agreement tragically ends there because both parties believe the other par-ty is the cause of the problem. more
3 John 1:2 Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy soul prospereth. more
Christianity historically has been riddled with trends of false teachings that have been crushed by the authenticity and authority of the Word of God. There have been men and women who have not given their intellect or their hearts credence over the infallibility of God’s Word. more
The Crosley automobile, an iconic piece of automotive history, tells a fascinating tale of innovation, ambition, and grit. This detailed exploration traces the story of Crosley's inception, the history of the company, its bold decision to sell an automobile, their unique marketing approach, and the car's commercial success. more
Dr. William Errico, a family medicine physician, has signed a four-year contract with Texas County Memorial Hospital, board members heard at their monthly meeting June 30. more
Foodie’s Fare and Wages Brewing Company are teaming up to host an Indian-inspired fundraiser dinner to benefit Pedal the Cause. more
The Willow Springs Chamber of Commerce July luncheon will be held at noon Tuesday at Cattleman’s Steakhouse with West Plains Bank and Trust Company-Willow Springs hosting. The guest speaker will be Gene Weinbeck, credit building coordinator for Ozarks Small Business Incubator. more
The Community Foundation of the Ozarks is launching a national search for its next president and chief executive officer. more
Baxter Health officials in Mtn. Home, Ark., announce that Tammy Penka, a registered nurse and director of quality for the health system, has been named one of the Great 100 Nurses of Arkansas. The recognition honors exceptional nurses who have made a significant impact on the lives of their patients and their communities, they explained. more
Summer can be a thirsty time, and a cold drink on a hot day is one of the real pleasures of the season. When it comes to healthy ways to stay hydrated this summer - or any other time of year — not all drinks are the same, and it can make a real difference to your health which ones you choose. more
A delightful blend of dark humor, melodious tunes and a man-eating plant is currently on the stage of the historic Avenue Theatre this summer.   The performance run of “Little Shop of … more
With Fourth of July festivities approaching and summer temperatures soaring, Ozarks Healthcare physicians are sharing valuable advice on staying safe during high summer temperatures and holiday celebrations. By following safety tips, individuals can protect themselves and their loved ones from potential risks, they say.  more
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