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The West Plains City Council met on Tuesday and held the first reading of four bills that would increase utility rates for all four of the city’s utilities.  The City Council will hold … more
The sleet began to fall across the Ozarks by noon on Wednesday, and by 1 p.m. significant accumulation had closed several West Plains businesses and caused treacherous driving conditions. According … more
Due to icy weather conditions across the Ozarks, Ozarks Healthcare is rescheduling its grand opening date for its new Medical Office Building located at 1100 Kentucky Ave. from Friday to 10 a.m. … more
The Howell County Sheriff’s Department has arrested a 41-year-old teacher from West Plains R-7 School District on charges of sexual contact with a student, endangering the welfare of a child … more
Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft thanked candidates and staff for a successful start to the August primary candidate filing period which opened at 8 a.m Tuesday.   A total of 337 … more
Piney River Brewing Company is celebrating 11 years of brewing craft beer in the Ozarks at the brewery in Bucyrus in March. The “11th Aleiversary” party will be held at the … more
On Wednesday, in coordination with the Missouri National Guard and the Missouri Department of Higher Education & Workforce Development, Governor Mike Parson announced the establishment of the … more
A second wave of winter weather pounded West Plains Thursday, this time accompanied by window-rattling thunder. Freezing rain mixed with sleet, and just a bit of snow again covered the streets that … more
The West Plains High School FCCLA competed in FCCLA Region 9 Star Events competition yesterday in Hartville. Keylee Jones and Sydney Roberts received Silver medals. Sammi Stiner, … more
The West Plains City Council on Tuesday approved an agreement to contract with Resource Exploration to implement priority-based budgeting tools and approved a resolution authorizing the city to … more
On Jan. 31, a female student reported to the West Plains Police Department that she had been sexually assaulted by an employee of the West Plains R-7 School District at a campus facility on January … more
The West Plains City Council met in-person in council chambers for their regular meeting on Tuesday. Council members approved a resolution authorizing participation in the state’s highway … more
Texas County Memorial Hospital has united with The Community Partnership in Rolla to offer the Cribs for Kids Program to Texas County families through funding provided by Children’s Trust … more
Texas County Memorial Hospital will no longer require a Covid screening to enter the hospital as a patient or visitor, the TCMH board of trustees heard at their monthly meeting on Tuesday. Chris … more
The Missouri Agricultural and Small Business Development Authority (MASBDA) announces the opening of two funding opportunities, while also announcing recipients of the most recent … more
This week, on behalf of nearly 26,000 members of Missouri FFA, Governor Mike Parson proclaimed February 19-26, 2022, to be National FFA Week in Missouri. Missouri FFA President Kaitlin Kleiboeker of … more
This week, millions of people around the globe watched in disbelief as Russian President Vladimir Putin declared an unprovoked war on Ukraine. This marks the first major full-scale invasion by a … more
The latest technology in pediatric emergency transportation is now available at Texas County Memorial Hospital thanks to a $1000 grant from Simmons Bank in Houston to purchase the … more
The public is invited to attend the second Coffee with the Mayor event and discuss city happenings with City of West Plains Mayor Mike Topliff from 7 a.m. to 8 a.m., Friday, March 4 in the Redbud … more
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