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The 73rd annual National Day of Prayer will be observed from noon to 1 p.m. on May 2nd in the People's Park pavilion in West Plains. The specific areas of prayer include: praise and thanksgiving to God, prayers for our government (national commerce state and local), the workplace and the economy, military, education, church and family and the media. more
The Missouri FFA Foundation is awarding a $20,000 grant to the agriculture education program at Willow Springs Schools, officials announced. more
This week I have had a medical issue. I am grateful for all the help I have received from healthcare professionals and effective medicines. The loving concern of family members and friends, plus the support from church family, have helped in so many ways. God has been present in them all. Psalm 46:1 says, “God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.” It is a statement of faith and certainty followed by these words in v. 2, “Therefore we will not fear.” Sickness or troubles stir up fear in us, which is why we need to turn to God in prayer and ask his help. All our prayers may not be answered immediately, yet God’s help will come in many ways and through many people. Let us remember Hebrews 4:16 says, “So let us come boldly to the throne of our gracious God. There we will receive his mercy, and we will find grace to help us when we need it most.” (NLT) May God bless your week! Diane Cooke, Pastor, Presbyterian Churches of Willow Springs and Mtn. View. more
In a move indicative of proactive legislative response to economic crises, the Missouri House of Representatives recently passed the "Protecting Missouri's Small Businesses Act" (HB 2874). This legislation comes as a beacon of hope for small businesses across Missouri, offering a substantial package aimed at mitigating the adverse effects caused by emergency shutdown orders, particularly those enacted during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here, we provide an in-depth analysis of HB 2874, its implications, key provisions, and the broader context of its development and anticipated impact. more
In an initiative to combat the threat of rabies, the Howell County Health Department is set to host its annual rabies vaccination clinics on May 4, offering vital services to the community at reduced costs. This year's clinics aim to broaden the initiative's reach by providing two convenient locations for pet owners in Howell County to access these essential vaccinations. more
Continuing its commitment to prioritize community wellness, say officials, Ozarks Healthcare’s Mobile Mammography Unit has extended its services through April.  more
The National Active and Retired Federal Employees Chapter 695 of West Plains will meet at noon Tuesday at Los Amigos Mexican Restaurant, 1449 Preacher Roe Blvd. in West Plains.  more
Last weekend unfolded like the pages of a vibrant, deeply inspiring storybook in West Plains, one penned by the visits of Charly Palmer and Dr. Karida Brown. The anticipation in the air was palpable … more
As the 2023-2024 academic year draws to a close, note West Plains R-7 School District officials, it's time for parents to “start planning your summer adventures,” and among them is the option for students to participate in summer school programs at West Plains Elementary, Middle and High schools. more
Amanda Hamilton, the branch manager for West Plains Bank and Trust Company in Houston, marks a milestone this month, celebrating her third anniversary with the institution. Her time at West Plains Bank highlights a successful journey in the banking industry that began 16 years ago when she first dipped her toes into the financial world, seeking a job that would accommodate her family’s needs. more
The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks is partnering with four area attractions to help boost the region’s blood supply this spring.  more
The Ozarks Healthcare Behavioral Health Center (BHC), along with several local organizations which serve health and wellness needs of individuals across the region, will host a Community Connections Resource Fair from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 2 at Emmett Kelly Park in Houston.  more
Officials with the Missouri State University-West Plains office of advancement and the MSU Foundation invite alumni, friends and community members to the annual Alumni & Friends Picnic May 2 in the exhibit hall at the West Plains Civic Center, 110 St. Louis St. more
A fundraiser supporting classroom innovation grants from the West Plains Education Foundation has been launched, offering an opportunity to enter for a chance to win $5,000 in cash. more
Welcome to a culinary journey that blends the tropical essence of the Caribbean with the bold spices of South Asia! Today, we’re diving into an elaborate recipe for Crispy Coconut Curry Fried Shrimp with Mango Jalapeño Dipping Sauce. This dish is a perfect amalgamation of crunchy, spicy, sweet, and tangy flavors that will transport your taste buds to a beachside feast. Grab your apron, and let’s get started on this delightful gastronomic adventure! more
Come out to meet our newest and youngest entrepreneurs Chase (age 13) and Jaden (age 9), the proud owners of “Frozen Dreams”! Chase started in business at age 6 with his own money he earned and started with vending machines and gumball/bouncy ball machines. He decided to start a freeze-dried business, so he sold his machines and started “Frozen Dreams”. His goal is to grow into a successful business here in West Plains. Jaden helps with the freeze drying but mainly he makes bracelets and perler beads, also known as Hama beads or Nabbi beads. They are colorful plastic fusible beads formed into designs of your choosing. Jaden has made a successful business at his school and now brings them to the farmer’s market! more
We've had a mild winter compared to some plus an early spring only means summer is in sight.  I know many who have already dusted off the grill and enjoyed some homemade bar-b-que and for me, grilling dinner is a favorite summer outing. And you can't grill without a good barbecue sauce right? Have you ever made your own? It's easier than you think and so much better than store-bought and you can customize each batch.  Most recipes have the same base but this one is an upgrade and you should have many of the ingredients already on hand. So, grab a pretty bottle or jar and make a batch, one for you and one for the hostess at the next cookout. This stuff is so good, you'll be hooked. Happy grilling! more
FNBC Bank has joined Ozarks Small Business Incubator as a Champion member. more
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