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Over the weekend of Feb. 2 through 4, three Willow Springs High school students traveled to Kansas City with team leader Matt Knapp and sponsor Sabrina Lee to compete at Make48 on the University of Missouri-Kansas City campus, shared district Communications Director Jenny Hayward. Make48 is an invention competition in Which Willow Springs against six other schools from across the state. more
Filings for the April 2 Howell County election are complete and have been provided by the Howell County Clerk's office. more
The Dent County Historical Society has dedicated Saturday as a to allow people to explore or share history.  more
A West Plains man suffered serious injuries when the four-wheeler he was driving rolled onto him, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. more
Following a meeting of the Texas County Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees on Feb. 6, Stace Holland, who served as CEO of the hospital starting in November 2022, is no longer employed at TCMH, officials announce. Holland took on the role upon the retirement of longtime CEO Wes Murray. more
To help you prepare for the Super Bowl, here are some of AP's coverage plans heading into the Feb. 11 game. For questions, please contact Ed Montes (emontes@ap.org). Find all our coverage of … more
Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up for select Missouri stories. For up-to-the minute information on AP's complete coverage of Missouri and the rest of the world, visit … more
Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up for select Deep South stories. For up-to-the minute information on AP's complete coverage of Deep South and the rest of the world, visit … more
West Plains R-7 School District officials have announced the appointment of Michelle Miller as the new social worker for the district, effective immediately. Miller, a dedicated and experienced counselor, has been a valued member of the West Plains Elementary team, where she has made a significant impact on students' lives, said district officials. more
EDITORS/NEWS DIRECTORS: A big subplot to this year’s Super Bowl is pop star Taylor Swift’s relationship with Kansas City Chiefs star Travis Kelce. The connection between Swift and tight … more
The response of Missouri college presidents to desegregation in 1950 will be the topic of a Black History Month presentation Feb. 27 hosted by the Ozarks Heritage Research Center (OHRC) at Missouri State University-West Plains. more
Highway 181 in Ozark County will be closed for part of next week as Missouri Department of Transportation crews replace several culverts under the road.   more
A West Plains man suffered serious injuries when thrown from his vehicle at 9:50 a.m. Wednesday on Z Highway, 7 miles south of Houston in Texas County, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. more
An Ozark County man has been charged with two counts of felony tampering with a victim in a felony prosecution, the latest in a string of charges since September that includes a count each of felony charges of failure to register as a sex offender, third-degree domestic assault and resisting arrest for a felony, plus three misdemeanor counts of violation of an order of protection for an adult. more
More Republican lawmakers in states around the U.S. are getting behind the idea of using taxpayer money to subsidize child care. The pandemic became a turning point by underscoring how precarious the … more
Two Ohio departments have backed off proposed rules that would have made the state just the second with a policy limiting gender-affirming care for adults. The revised plans Wednesday came after … more
Rayetta A. Wiggs, 49, West Plains, has been charged with first-degree assault, resulting in injury or involving a special victim, and third-degree assault on a special victim after allegedly kicking a pregnant emergency medical technician (EMT) in the abdomen and lower back, and punching a second EMT. more
A former West Plains lawyer, Schuyler Laverentz, has been suspended from practicing law for two years after the Missouri Supreme Court found he violated several rules of professional conduct. The decision was based on the testimony and opinion offered by members of the state's Disciplinary Hearing Panel and the testimony of Laverentz, who represented himself at the hearing. more
Nine members of the Mtn. View Garden Club convened Jan. 24 at the Mtn. View Community Center for the club’s monthly meeting and a program, "Winter Sowing,” led by member and Master Gardener Judy Rhine. more
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