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The Rebel’s replacement finally bowed for the 1971 model year. For the second time in five years, it had a new name: AMC Matador. The new moniker did not go over well in some Spanish-speaking … more
Howell County MU Extension will be conducting a research study on the how the Heart of the Ozarks youth market animal show and sale impacted youth participants.  Anyone over the age of 21 who … more
The day after Missouri Gov. Mike Parson finished his bicentennial bus tour to drum up tourism to the state in mid-July, Chicago issued a travel advisory warning about visiting … more
That’s right. On November 11, 1620, the Pilgrims from Holland landed in America and signed the “Compact” “America’s First Constitution.”  This document laid … more
The Missouri State Highway Patrol is taking part in the American Association of State Troopers’ "2021 America's Best Looking Cruiser Contest" and invites the public to vote for the MSHP's … more
Did you know that your Texas County Library card is all you need to check out a fishing rod & reel? Everything you'll need for a day of fishing is included, thanks to a great program sponsored by … more
The Summer Reading Program is quickly winding down, and the last remaining activity will be at 1 p.m. this coming Friday before the awards party on July 30. Summer Readers must attend at least four … more
The West Plains Economic Development Corporation is pleased to host a Hiring Event at the West Plains Civic Center today from 2 to 6 p.m. This event is designed to connect job seekers with local … more
As Missouri experiences an uptick in COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths due to the delta variant, pastors from across the state are urging eligible Christians to get vaccinated. Hundreds of … more
MONETT, MO – Three employers at a Missouri residential nursing facility exposed workers and residents to asbestos hazards and failed to ensure safe removal of the known carcinogen during a … more
Small businesses have been especially hard hit during the COVID-19 pandemic. That's why some believe this is an inopportune time to pursue raising the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2025, as … more
Gifts and gatherings take center stage come the holiday season. The holiday season begins on Thanksgiving and continues until New Year’s Day. During that time, families gather to exchange … more
On Wednesday, July 7, 2021, Baxter Regional Hospital Foundation announced the public phase of its capital campaign to remodel the existing Surgical Services Unit located on 5 South of the main … more
Texas County Memorial Hospital has named Mariah Thompson of Cabool the June employee of the month.Thompson works as a pharmacy tech in the hospital pharmacy. She has been employed at TCMH for seven … more
Researchers at the University of Missouri School of Medicine want to find out how long protection provided by the COVID-19 vaccines will last and how vaccination immunity differs from natural … more
Bring your family and friends out to the market this Saturday for a fantastic hot dog served up from one of our young entrepreneurs who will be making his debut. Thirteen year old Silas Stevens, … more
Stop by and get in on the garden goodness! Cucumbers, beets, summer squash, vine ripe tomatoes, some green tomatoes as well, bell peppers, green beans, chard, eggs. Each Saturday brings something … more
The Harlin Museum of West Plains will be hosting an Ozarks-themed multimedia art show called “Our Ozarks In Art” and is calling for competition submissions from all forms of artists: … more
Today’s manufacturing industries need highly skilled workers. Area residents can learn how to develop those skills to increase their employability at Missouri State University-West … more
Several forage crops and some weeds should be monitored for nitrates to avoid livestock losses. Common plants include: Johnsongrass, sorghum, sudangrass, green graze, and corn. Nitrates accumulate in … more
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