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For the past several years I have been one of the judges for the annual Hootin’ and Hollerin’ Queen contest at Gainesville. Each year, Master of Ceremonies John Harlin introduces me as a … more
Welcome back, my dear fellow explorers, to The Plains West of Thomasville. Where each week I take you along as I explore everything these Ozark hills have to offer. As always, the hope is that you … more
Hunting is popular throughout North America. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said that 40 percent of the population of the United States ages 16 and older participated in wildlife-related … more
Kayaking is a healthy and enjoyable activity that attracts new enthusiasts all the time. Part of what makes the sport so popular is the relative ease with which people can get started. Kayaking … more
Did you know that your Texas County Library card is all you need to check out a fishing rod & reel? Everything you'll need for a day of fishing is included, thanks to a great program sponsored by … more
The Harlin Museum of West Plains will be hosting an Ozarks-themed multimedia art show called “Our Ozarks In Art” and is calling for competition submissions from all forms of artists: … more
Summer hiking season has begun along trails like the Cave Spring Trail, beginning at Devil's Well, an Ozark National Scenic Riverways Park about 23 miles south of Salem, Mo., off of KK Highway in … more
Send snapshots of Missouri Agriculture for this year’s Focus on Missouri Agriculture photo contest. Last year, nearly 1,000 entries were received showcasing Missourians’ passion for and … more
Welcome back, my dear fellow explorers, to The Plains West of Thomasville. Where each week I take you along as I explore everything these Ozark hills have to offer. As always, the hope is that you … more
Ozark Vitality will host a guided nature tour in the southeastern Ozarks at 1:30 p.m. Saturday. All are welcome to join the Ozark Vitality team to learn more about the area’s natural … more
A male Baltimore oriole perches on a dogwood tree in Bob Anderson’s yard in rural West Plains. Anderson snapped the shot over the weekend to announce the return of the brightly-colored birds. more
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