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West Plains R-7 School District officials announce Dr. Amy Ross, assistant superintendent of special programs, has been named the recipient of the 2022 Missouri Council of Administrators of Special Education Award. more
The Willow Springs City Council voted to enter into a power supply agreement as a member of the Mid-Missouri Municipal Power Energy Pool (MMMPEP), which consists of 14 member cities, including Mtn. View. more
Today is the final day to donate blood through the American Red Cross and be entered for a chance to win a NASCAR racing experience trip courtesy of Sport Clips Haircuts. more
WILLOW SPRINGS — The Willow Springs City Council on Thursday heard an update from City Administrator Beverly Hicks and Main Street Willow Springs on efforts to preserve and improve one of the city’s oldest buildings. more
West Plains R-7 School District officials have made public an alleged incident regarding employee misconduct that resulted in the resignation of the employee, who is no longer allowed on school property. more
Pioneer Days is a beloved annual tradition for Mtn. View residents and this year’s event was well attended despite rising temperatures, said Trish Stoops, director of the Mtn. View Chamber of Commerce, which organizes the festivities every year. more
West Plains Middle School has a program that lets students take on different leadership roles to develop knowledge and skills in careers geared toward their future goals. more
For the 17th year, the West Plains Chamber of Commerce Nonprofit Alliance has joined forces with Ozark Action, representatives from West Plains and area schools, law enforcement, businesses and other community groups to form a committee to coordinate the Communitywide Christmas Assistance Program. more
The American pop-country boy band On The Outside, based in Nashville, Tenn., will headline the 37th annual Ozarks Black Gold Walnut Festival in Alton, taking the stage Saturday. more
All community members are invited to attend the annual state of the university address at 2 p.m. Oct. 7, at Hass-Darr Hall on the Missouri State University-West Plains campus. more
Members of the West Plains Rotary Sunrise and Noon clubs have begun work raising funds for their Rotary Backpack Program, which sends backpacks filled with a weekend’s worth of ready to eat meals and snacks home with local elementary school students. more
Homecoming 2022 is just a couple of weeks away, West Plains R-7 School District officials remind fans: The Zizzers will take on the Lebanon Yellowjackets at 7 p.m. Oct. 7. more
Banned Books Week has been designated as Sept. 18-24, and the West Plains Public Library has joined the “banned” wagon, putting up displays of books deemed controversial enough by some entities to challenge or outright ban. more
During its Monday evening meeting, the West Plains City Council received the city’s audit report with a "clean" opinion, and approved two new members to the West Plains Civic Center Board. more
Late summer mushroom hunting season is here, and the fall season will soon be upon us. more
The Howell County Commission will convene at 10 a.m. Monday in regular session. more
The Glenwood School Board will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the superintendent’s office. more
The West Plains School District Board of Education will meet in regular, open session at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the high school library. more
On Sept. 9, members of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Ozark Spring chapter (NSDAR) joined West Plains Mayor Mike Topliff as he signed a proclamation commemorating Constitution Week, recognized this year as beginning Saturday and lasting through Sept. 23. more
Organizers with the Heart of the Ozarks Bluegrass Association (HOBA) will soon hold the organization’s last outdoor event of the season at HOBA Bluegrass Park off Lanton Road in West Plains. more
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