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Ozarks Healthcare At Home: Hospice recently honored Richard “Dick” Dold of West Plains for his military service with a “We Honor Veterans” ceremony. Dold began his military … more
The University of Missouri Extension in Howell County's programs are ramping back up after classes and programs were postponed due to the pandemic.  Stephanie Johnson, county engagement … more
West Plains native and long-time educator Dr. Gary Bates will be the keynote speaker at the Missouri State University-West Plains (MSU-WP) “Grizzlies Gala: Promoting Excellence in … more
St. Louis Post-Dispatch. April 13, 2022. Editorial: Missouri should fund basic government services before passing out surplus cash Republicans criticized the Biden administration’s … more
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Three mass shootings in the U.S. over the Easter holiday weekend capped a month of rampant gun violence that's touched both big cities and small, rural communities across the nation. The shootings have rattled residents in Dallas, Pittsburgh and Sacramento, California, as well as in Hampton County, South Carolina, and Dumas, Arkansas, both of which have populations under 20,000 people. more
The U.S. Supreme Court won’t hear a St. Louis-based natural gas company's appeal of a lower court’s decision that could close a pipeline that runs through parts of Illinois and Missouri. The court rejected Spire Inc.'s appeal Monday without comment. Spire President Scott Smith pledged to fight to keep the pipeline operational. The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission granted approval for the pipeline in 2018 and it became fully operational in 2019. The pipeline connects with another pipeline in western Illinois and carries natural gas to the St. Louis region. A 2020 lawsuit filed by the Environmental Defense Fund called the pipeline unnecessary and harmful to land in its path. more
For many U.S. medical students and residents seeking abortion training, options are scant and under threat. Within the past year, bills or laws seeking to stifle abortion education have been proposed or enacted in at least eight states. More are anticipated as abortion opponents try new tactics. They're emboldened by new limits many states are enacting on the procedure itself. Doctors-in-training who plan to perform abortions say they are undeterred. They say abortions are as much a part of basic health care as mammograms and colonoscopies.  more
Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up for select Arkansas stories. For up-to-the minute information on AP's complete coverage of Arkansas and the rest of the world, visit … more
Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up for select Arkansas stories. For up-to-the minute information on AP's complete coverage of Arkansas and the rest of the world, visit … more
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt has refiled criminal charges against three men involved in the sinking of a tourist boat that killed 17 people in 2018. A judge dismissed first-degree involuntary manslaughter charges on April 5 against Kenneth McKee, Curtis Lanham and Charles Baltzell related to the sinking of a tourist boat on Table Rock Lake near Branson. Schmitt refiled the involuntary manslaughter charges last Thursday. He said in a statement Wednesday that his office is committed to seeking justice for the 17 victims. Riders from Missouri, Indiana, Illinois and Arkansas died when the boat sank.  more
Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up for select Arkansas stories. For up-to-the minute information on AP's complete coverage of Arkansas and the rest of the world, visit … more
Soon, likely in the next few weeks, the U.S. toll from the coronavirus will surpass 1 million. Through wave after wave, the virus has compiled a merciless chronology of loss -- one by one by one. If losing one person leaves such a lasting void, consider all that’s been lost with the deaths of 1 million. From the first deaths on the West Coast to the soaring toll in New York, and then every place in between, the nation has been marked by unfathomable loss. COVID-19 has left an estimated 194,000 children in the U.S. without one or both of their parents. It has deprived communities of leaders, teachers and caregivers. It has robbed us of expertise and persistence, humor and devotion. more
West Plains Bank and Trust Company has announced the addition of a Missouri State University (MSU) –West Plains Grizzly debit card to the Community Debit Card Program. … more
Fidelity Communications of West Plains, MO, is a Presenting Sponsor of the Ozarks Small Business Incubator’s (OzSBI) National Small Business Week celebration, EPIC 22 (Entrepreneur Potential … more
Dr. James T. Baker, vice president for community and global partnerships at Missouri State University (MSU) in Springfield, will give the keynote address at Missouri State University-West … more
The National Chapter Award Program is designed to recognize FFA chapters that actively implement the mission and strategies of the organization. These chapters improve chapter operations … more
The Howell County University of Missouri Extension met Thursday and recognized outgoing council members and new council members.  The Howell County University of Missouri Extension’s … more
Kansas City Star. April 6, 2022. Editorial: Border war over Chiefs, Royals stadiums won’t help anyone — but might gouge taxpayers The last thing this region needs is a costly bidding war … more
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