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All community members are invited to attend the annual state of the university address at 2 p.m Oct. 6 at Hass-Darr Hall on Garfield Avenue on the Missouri State University-West Plains campus. more
Making a stop Wednesday morning at the Howell County Office Building in West Plains, Missouri State Treasurer Vivek Malek met with county and city officials to talk about his support of policies that specifically help farmers, and share his goals for creating economic opportunity for all Missourians, present and future. more
Willow Springs City Council members had a light agenda at their September meeting, but heard suggestions for use of city-owned green spaces and got an update on the progress of a downtown building project. more
Willow Springs City Council members had a light agenda at their September meeting, but heard suggestions for use of city-owned green spaces and got an update on the progress of a downtown building project. more
An elderly Mtn. View woman who was the subject of a missing and endangered person advisory has died in a crash near the U.S. 60/63 interchange at Willow Springs. more
The 32nd annual Pioneer Days will kick off at 8 a.m. Saturday in downtown Mtn. View with a full lineup of activities. more
LNP/LancasterOnline. September 20, 2023. Editorial: Third Pennsylvania bird count will launch in January. Even fledgling birders are invited to volunteer. As LNP ' LancasterOnline’s … more
The second Republican presidential debate is drawing near with a smaller on-stage lineup than last month's event. The two-hour debate starts at 9 p.m. ET on Wednesday at the Ronald Reagan … more
September is suicide awareness and prevention month, and local mental health professionals and representatives of government and law enforcement met Friday evening for a public event to draw attention to resources. The event focused on prevention of the use of firearms in suicide attempts, including an emphasis on youth ages 12 through 20 and former or active military service members. more
The Mtn. View Police Department on Tuesday morning issued an endangered person advisory for Effie Maxine Holden, 93, who police say has been missing since noon Monday. more
The West Plains Chamber of Commerce Christmas Parade will take place at 4 p.m. Dec. 9. This year’s Parade theme is “The Joys of Christmas,” and the procession will once again make its way through downtown. more
Former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson didn't qualify for the second Republican presidential debate, but he says he's not leaving the race. Hutchinson says he measures his success by the response he … more
At 11 a.m. Dec. 16, Wreaths Across America will be at the Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 1019 E. Third St. in Mtn. View, to remember and honor local veterans buried there. The cemetery has 184 veterans laid to rest. more
Kansas City Star. September 20, 2023. Editorial: KC Chiefs, Royals, Current want sports betting. Missouri lawmakers drag their heels Direct democracy is, amazingly, still alive and well in … more
The field for the second Republican presidential debate will be smaller than the first. The Republican National Committee says seven candidates have qualified for Wednesday night’s debate in … more
Christos House successfully completed the special 50th anniversary Endowment Match Challenge set by the Community Foundation of the Ozarks, officials have announced. more
James M. Meese, 37, West Plains, has been charged with two counts of first-degree sexual misconduct, repeat offense, after allegedly exposing his genitals to two women in separate incidents at Georgia White Walking Park in West Plains. more
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