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The National Weather Service offices in Springfield and Little Rock, Ark., have confirmed seven tornadoes touched down Sunday in Howell and surrounding counties, including Baxter County, Ark. Of those, two registered damage associated with EF3-strength wind speeds of between 136-165 mph, NWS survey team reports show. more
Quincy L. Collins, 28, Dora, has added five felony charges to a list of multiple felonies already filed in Howell County, many related to domestic assault. more
Two West Plains residents and a Texas County resident suffered serious injuries in three accidents that happened Friday according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. more
A Pottersville man drowned after his vehicle was swept off of the Warren Bridge in flood waters, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. more
Two men have been charged in incidents that reportedly happened at almost the same time over the weekend at local businesses, each involving threats with a firearm. more
Editor’s note: The following article describes an investigation into the reported rape of an intoxicated woman. While care has been taken to report on charges with sensitivity to survivors and readers, it may still be disturbing to read. If you are experiencing domestic or sexual violence, or if you’re a survivor of the same and in need of support, call Christos House’s hotline, 800-611-5853.
David R. Stecklein, 68, Theodosia, has been charged after allegedly stealing a neighbor's pet chicken, killing it and hanging it from a tree in his front yard. more
An Ozark County resident who pleaded guilty in February to felony charges of shooting at a building and third-degree assault in Ozark County has had his charges and sentence altered, according to court records. more
A narcotics search warrant served March 26 at a room at the Baymont Inn in West Plains has resulted in felony drug charges filed against four area residents. more
Tabatha R. Adam, 27, Wasola, is charged with second-degree statutory rape and incest, both felonies, after it was alleged she sexually assaulted a teenaged family member, resulting in the birth of a child. more
Bakersfield School will hold screenings for its early childhood programs by appointment April 23 and 24. During those days, students currently enrolled in those programs will not have classes, said officials. Students currently enrolled in Head Start and preschool programs will be screened for preschool and kindergarten, respectively, during school hours. more
Ozarks Healthcare recently announced Dr. Joseph Barnard, board-certified family medicine physician, is now caring for patients at the health system’s clinic in Gainesville.  more
A Tecumseh resident has pleaded guilty and been sentenced in three cases, two in Howell County and one in Ozark County, all of which were filed within a three-month period last year. more
Missouri State Auditor Scott Fitzpatrick recently issued monthly reports detailing the compliance of cities and other political subdivisions with financial reporting laws. more
A West Plains man suffered serious injuries when the four-wheeler he was driving rolled onto him, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. more
Highway 181 in Ozark County will be closed for part of next week as Missouri Department of Transportation crews replace several culverts under the road.   more
An Ozark County man has been charged with two counts of felony tampering with a victim in a felony prosecution, the latest in a string of charges since September that includes a count each of felony charges of failure to register as a sex offender, third-degree domestic assault and resisting arrest for a felony, plus three misdemeanor counts of violation of an order of protection for an adult. more
I hope you all have had a wonderful week and that you are enjoying the rise in temperature. This past week, we heard from the governor in his State of the State Address and looked back over the great work that has been accomplished for Missourians.   more
Popular farm-humor columnist and speaker Jerry Crownover, who grew up in Mammoth, Ozark County, and graduated in 1970 from Gainesville High School, will speak at 10 a.m. Feb. 15 at the Ozark County Historium, 361 Main St. in Gainesville. The presentation is free and open to everyone. more
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