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President Joe Biden’s plan to provide millions of borrowers with up to $20,000 apiece in federal student-loan forgiveness has been blocked by a second federal court, leaving millions of borrowers … more
A U.S. judge in Texas has blocked President Joe Biden’s plan to provide millions of borrowers with up to $20,000 apiece in federal student-loan forgiveness. The program was already on hold while a … more
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson is recommending his state increase public school funding as he prepares to leave office. The Republican governor on Thursday detailed his budget proposal to a legislative … more
Nearly half the voters in Howell County turned out to cast a ballot in Tuesday’s midterm general election to decide on pivotal races for county collector and circuit clerk as well as other local and statewide offices. more
A Missouri man sentenced to death for killing a police officer in a fit of rage over his brother’s death is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to halt the execution planned for later this month, in part … more
West Plains Police Chief Monticelli this week announced the promotion of five officers. more
The Salvation Army is once again seeking volunteers to serve as bell ringers to collect donations for the annual Red Kettle drive from Nov. 25 through Dec. 24. more
Howell County Collector Dennis Von Allmen announced the annual tax collection season is set to begin as the county mails out 38,600 tax bills this week.  more
The Texas County Memorial Hospital has inked a three-year contract with Kristina Grant, doctor of osteopathic medicine, a family medicine and obstetrics physician, board members heard at their most recent more
An estimated 1 million Americans a year develop shingles, according to Kathy Doss, director of nurses at the Howell County Health Department. more
Veteran’s Day falls on Friday, and several area events are planned. Here is a roundup: more
James “Jim” Bray, Sr., West Plains, enlisted in the Air Force at Valejo, Calif. in 1956; at 17, he was too young to enlist without a parent’s permission, so the forms were wired to his mother to sign. He ended up having a career with the Air Force that lasted 30 years. more
The Kirchners have struck a rhythm by combining family, music and service. In fact, it is a strong and generational rhythm.  more
In honor of veterans, Junction Hill School will host its annual Veterans Day Ceremony at 2:45 p.m. Friday in the gymnasium.  more
Leroy Jones, West Plains, is one of three generations of his family to have served in the military. Between him and wife Calva, there are five veterans in the family, including both of their fathers. more
Nearly four dozen people have been arrested in what federal authorities say was the culmination of three investigations into a drug and firearms operation that stretched from central Arkansas to … more
Democrats have bucked historic trends in the midterm elections to win full control of four new state capitols. They won control of the Michigan and Minnesota legislatures in Tuesday's elections and … more
Despite the conclusion of the final day of voting in the 2022 midterm elections, much remains uncertain. The control of Congress still hangs in the balance. Republicans hoped for a sweep that never … more
Kansas City, Kansas, police say officers shot and killed a man who they say shot at the officers. The department said in a statement that officers were investigating a report of a stolen call … more
Testing by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has found no radioactive contamination at a Missouri school that was shut down last month amid fears that nuclear material from a contaminated creek nearby … more
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