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The Willow Springs Arts Council will sponsor a Pumpkin Decorating Contest at the Bear City Fall Festival Saturda. more
Amidst the echoing cheers and competitive spirit of the football field, a hush of solemnity has gently settled over the Missouri State community as sophomore running back, and former Zizzer standout Connor Lair, unveils a battle of a different kind. Diagnosed with stage four Hodgkin's Lymphoma in early September, Lair's forthcoming journey extends beyond touchdowns and into the uncharted territory of chemotherapy and healing. more
By 2040, an estimated 26 million Americans will be living as survivors of cancer. more
Hello dear food explorers, and welcome back to my kitchen where this week we are taking a journey where each bite promises a mosaic of flavors – where tender chicken melds harmoniously with crisp, colorful bell peppers and where the creamy, rich allure of garlic parmesan mashed potatoes anchors your culinary adventure. Ready your pots and pans, for today we're crafting not just a meal, but a vibrant, scrumptious experience straight from your kitchen! more
We are pie people, and autumn is perfect for pie baking. I thought it would be fun to look up our state pie, according to Google, the Missouri state pie is Butterscotch. I've never made butterscotch from starch let alone a butterscotch pie so I'm taking this as a personal challenge and I hope you will join me in making our state pie. It calls for a single crust, so I'll make a butter crust to further enhance the flavors of this stately pie. I'm not a big fan of meringue but I'll stay true to the recipe, it may surprise me. Did you know you can buy meringue flavorings online, that would be fun to play with.  more
We are hosting a community wide baby shower for Pregnancy Resource Center this Saturday: items needed are diapers and pullups (all sizes), formulas, wipers etc. or cash donation. Thank you in advance for helping our local moms and babies! more
At 7 p.m. Thursday, award-winning multi-instrumentalist John Depew will bring his unique sound to the Yellow House Community Arts Center, 209 W. Trish Knight St. in West Plains. more
Michael A. Deshazo, 49, West Plains, was hurt in a rear-end crash at 4:55 p.m. Sunday on U.S. 60 near Vaughan Street in Mtn. Grove, Wright County, according to the Missouri State highway Patrol. more
Michael A. Deshazo, 49, West Plains, was hurt in a rear-ending crash at 4:55 p.m. Sunday on U.S. 60 near Vaughan Street in Mtn. Grove, Wright County, according to the Missouri State highway Patrol. more
Pomona residents Jason and Jennifer Poor and their family were among the families honored during the 66th annual Missouri Farm Family Day, held Aug. 14 at the Missouri State Fair. more
As Breast Cancer Awareness Month approaches, Ozarks Healthcare announces the schedule for its Mobile Mammography Unit through October. more
Baxter Regional Behavioral Health Clinic, a local provider of outpatient behavioral health services in Mtn. Home, Ark., has announced it will close its doors Oct. 13. According to officials, the clinic is committed to continuing its high standard of patient care until the closure date. more
As the 2023 flu season approaches, Ozarks Healthcare Pharmacies are taking steps to make it easier for people to prioritize their health, say officials. more
Texas County Memorial Hospital’s obstetrics department and Houston-area businesses will sponsor the second annual Baby Quest Adventure from 3 to 7 p.m. Oct. 26 in the Jayson Gentry Community Safe Room at the hospital, 1333 Sam Houston Blvd. in Houston.  more
Every town, no matter its size, has its legends. West Plains, nestled in the heart of the Ozarks, may be small, but its contribution to the tapestry of American country music is monumental, thanks largely to the "Thin Man from West Plains," Porter Wagoner. more
This fall, 1,779 students are enrolled at Missouri State University-West Plains, according to official enrollment statistics for the 2023 fall semester released this week. more
Get your cameras ready, photographers! It's that time of the year again, and the West Plains Gazette is thrilled to announce the highly anticipated 4th Annual Quill Fall Photography Contest. With the changing colors of autumn as your backdrop, this year's contest promises to be bigger, better, and more breathtaking than ever before. more
Jasper Engines & Transmissions was named as one of America’s Best Employers by State for 2023 by Forbes magazine, company official announce, noting it’s the first time Jasper has been named to this prestigious list, and the third time the company achieved a Forbes ranking. more
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