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A new lake-property-focused real estate report from Lake Homes Realty shows listing prices in Arkansas have exceeded those of last summer. more
Work-related stress can severely harm someone’s mental health and, without proper support, lead some to turn to substance abuse and even suicide. more
In the pages of American automotive history, the name Locomobile holds a special place, capturing the imagination, ambition, and pioneering spirit of a young nation on wheels. At the dawn of the 20th century, the Locomobile Company of America emerged as a significant player in the burgeoning automobile industry, only to fade away in subsequent decades. Its story, however, offers an invaluable lens through which to understand the early automotive landscape, technological advancements, and market forces that shaped the American dream. more
Hello, brunch aficionados and kitchen virtuosos! Gather 'round my virtual kitchen island. If you're just waking up and your tummy is already muttering curses in languages you never taught it, you’ve come to the right corner of the Internet. It's time to orchestrate the Sunday brunch of your wildest Pinterest dreams. I'm talking about the kind of brunch that convinces you Monday can be kept at bay by sheer willpower and caloric intake. more
Saturday, September 2nd we will change our opening time to our regular hours of 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. This is Labor Day Weekend and many of our vendors will have great specials for all your BBQ’s and gatherings with your family and friends! Morrison Family Farms and Brassfield Farms will have meat specials. more
Well foodies, August, and summer are ending, and our meals will change with the new season. And I'm ready, so ready.  One favorite that is good all year around is grilled cheese sandwiches, even better are patty melts. Combining the two with shredded chicken or pulled pork smothered in onions, peppers, and toasted on garlic bread makes for a hearty meal. I love this idea, it's perfect if you have leftover smoked meat, paired with your choice of cheese has my mouth watering. I'm sharing a recipe for BBQ chicken to get you started but you can really use any meat. I know I'll be adding these to my fall menus to start. Don't let your summer end before trying this upgraded grilled cheese sandwich done right.  more
Ozarka College officials in Melbourne, Ark. announce they have hired a new director of admissions and a lead faculty member for its culinary department. more
Local McDonald’s restaurants will again celebrate area teachers this fall with the launch of the fourth annual McDonald’s Outstanding Educator Awards. Nominations will be accepted online through Sept. 15 at www.surveymonkey.com/r/moeducator23. more
This may not be of interest to you, but I had a couple of questions about cooking oil. Most foods are cooked between 325 and 400 degrees, so it pays to buy an oil that can be used at those temperatures, oils that have a high smoking temperature. When wisps of smoke appear while heating, that is a signal that the oil is breaking down. more
Rural Missourians often face more disparities in health outcomes than their urban and suburban counterparts, in part from challenges accessing health care — a problem amplified in recent years by a growing physician shortage. But a new study at the University of Missouri found that health and health care organizations are increasingly offering basic social services, such as transportation, housing, food and mental health support, as they recognize these services contribute to a person’s overall health. more
As students and teachers head back to school, Ozarks Healthcare is reminding busy families of its range of specialized services designed to ensure a healthy and happy school year. more
Both locals and visitors braved summer humidity and blistering heat to remember the Round Spring area’s history, culture and people at Echo Bluff on Aug. 5. Round Spring is about 13 miles north of Eminence on Highway 19. more
Sunlight streams through the wall of windows in the small white school, the beams – figuratively and literally – helping illuminate a dark piece of Ozarks history. It’s Lincoln School, a one-room landmark in West Plains few are alive to remember but none should forget.  more
The University of Missouri Extension will hold a free monthly webinar series for sheep and goat producers starting Sept. 26. The series will be hosted by David Brown, MU Extension small ruminant specialist, alongside other experts in small ruminant production. more
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