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Now is a good time for locals to journey to Welch Spring and, along the way, visit Round Spring and Echo Bluff. Families will surely enjoy the small, delicate ecosystems, more sensitive to … more
Many of us had visitors over the Easter holiday, but my first one came a few days earlier but required very little work on my part.                  … more
The Ozarks Small Business Incubator will host its seventh annual National Small Business Week celebration on May 12.  Current and aspiring entrepreneurs, business owners and community leaders … more
Trees benefit a landscape by serving both aesthetic and utilitarian functions. A home surrounded by healthy green trees can be a sight to behold, and those same trees can benefit surrounding plants … more
Homeowners enjoy gardening for many different reasons. In addition to adding beauty to a property, gardens can offset grocery costs by yielding tasty produce. They also offer important habitats and … more
Brain Awareness Week is a celebration of the ongoing work to advance brain science. As Brain Awareness Week continues, Ozarks Healthcare neurology clinic medical assistant Mandee Moffis on Thursday … more
Congratulations to our: 2022 West Plains High School Educator of the Year, Mrs. Kelly Dame. 2022 West Plains Middle School Educator of the Year, Sylvia Hershenson. 2022 West Plains … more
West Plains Council on the Arts (WPCA) will host their quarterly “Lunch with Art” event for current and prospective members from noon till 1 p.m. on May 2  in the Community Room at … more
Friendship Circle Preschool on Friday visited the University of Missouri Extension in Howell County, where students learned about working with animals and how to make healthy food.  Students … more
The Missouri Grown program is providing up to $1,000 reimbursement to registered Missouri school districts and Early Childcare Education Centers to cover the purchase of specialty crops from a … more
Simple steps will make calving season easier and safer. Saving calves during calving season is key to a profitable operation. However, don’t sacrifice your own safety in the … more
Just when you thought you heard of everything related to food, comes a local cookbook author spreading the word about an oddity of allergies.  Kathleen Cahoj, a teacher at Junction Hill school … more
The struggle millions of individuals experience in regard to maintaining a healthy weight has led public health agencies to characterize overweight and obesity as a major public health crisis. … more
Memorial Day is a bittersweet day on the calendar. Memorial Day is a day to pay homage to the brave men and women who lost their lives defending the United States. However, over time, Memorial Day … more
Bread features prominently in many types of cuisine. For example, foodies may not be able to imagine indulging in their favorite Indian dish without some naan, while freshly baked semolina bread … more
Fairview Drama Club will present “The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales” at 7 p.m. this Friday and Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday at the Avenue Theatre. This is a ridiculous … more
Missouri State University-West Plains (MSU-WP) has been approved by the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) to offer women’s softball and esports beginning with the … more
John Piper once wrote “Christian living is supernatural or it is nothing.” I must confess that, I agree wholeheartedly. When I look at the man that Jesus Christ was and read the … more
Each Christmas our church has a massive drive to fill shoeboxes for Samaritan’s Purse to distribute to children around the world. In these shoeboxes we place small toys, school supplies, … more
A friend asked this week, "What is the unforgivable sin?" "And whosoever speaketh a word against the Son of man, it shall be forgiven him: but whosoever speaketh against the Holy Ghost, it shall … more
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