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The West Plains R-7 School District Communications Office has won the Gold Award in the Interactive & Social Media category of the Hermes Creative Awards, district officials announced Wednesday . more
A woman from Kingman, Ariz., is in custody on a first-degree murder charge filed in Shannon County that was bound over to a higher court this week. more
Missouri State University-West Plains Chancellor Dennis Lancaster spoke Wednesday afternoon to a group of first-term Missouri state legislators. more
The head count of every U.S. resident in 2020 helped guide the distribution of $2.8 trillion in annual federal spending, underscoring the importance of participating in the once-a-decade census. … 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, … more
A Springfield man was sentenced in federal court this week for his role in a scheme to transport tens of thousands of stolen catalytic converters across state lines as part of a multimillion-dollar business. more
Missouri State University-West Plains has been awarded a $437,000 grant from the Delta Regional Authority (DRA) to expand the Terry L. “Bo” Pace Advanced Welding and Fabrication Technology Program. DRA announced the award on Monday. more
Bids are due at 11 a.m. Thursday for road and asphalt oil to be purchased by Howell County for a time period that begins Thursday and runs through Sept. 1. more
The West Plains Public Library Summer Reading Program started Tuesday at the West Plains Public Library, 750 W. Broadway, with the theme "All Together Now." more
Eleven area school districts, two of which have a fleet of more than 20 buses, earned impressive perfect scores in required annual bus inspections and thus, the eligibility to display the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Total Fleet Excellence sticker, announced patrol officials. more
Kansas City Star. June 8, 2023. Editorial: What kind of world is it that trans people have to beg for sanctuary in KC, Lawrence? Do you smell smoke? Yes, you do, and that’s because the … more
A Douglas County woman has been charged with three counts each of second-degree domestic assault and child abuse, all felonies, after allegedly causing or allowing the injury of three preschool age children. more
A 2-year-old boy from Thayer died of injuries caused when he was struck at 2:11 p.m. Friday by an SUV in reverse on private property on Oregon County Road 270 near Thayer, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. more
In cooperation with the city of West Plains, Ozarks Healthcare is permanently rerouting a portion of Eighth Street in front of its Emergency Department and Women’s Center starting this week, citing concerns for the safety of patients seeking emergency care. more
A Baxter County, Ark., man has been sentenced to 20 years in prison followed by five years of supervised release on federal drug charges, according to an announcement made by U.S. Attorney David Clay Fowlkes of the Western District of Arkansas. more
Heather Cooper of Mtn. View was recently named to the dean's list of Lincoln University in Jefferson City for the spring 2023 semester. more
Four area students have been named to the spring 2023 president's list at Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau, officials announce. more
McPherson College, a four-year private college located in McPherson, central Kansas, recognizes its highest academic achievers in its spring 2023 honor roll, to which Logan Scott, Caulfield, has been named. more
Social Security helps you secure today and tomorrow with financial benefits, information, and tools that support you throughout life’s journey. If you don’t have enough Social Security credits to qualify for benefits on your own record, you may be able to receive benefits on your spouse’s record. more
“The music will be as cool as the historic Star Theater” at 7 p.m. Saturday when the Southern Ozarks Community Orchestra (SOCO) takes the stage to perform “From Beethoven to Elvis (and everything in between!),” promises the Willow Springs Arts Council, which is sponsoring the event. more
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