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Officials with the workforce development and community education office at Missouri State University-West Plains will offer an eight-week certified nursing assistant training program beginning Aug. 5. more
Students on the chancellor’s and dean’s lists for the spring 2024 semester at Arkansas State University have been announced. The lists recognize undergraduate students who achieved the highest grade-point averages while completing a minimum of 12 credit hours of study. more
Local artist Rhonda Richter’s artwork will be featured on the first floor of Ozarks Small Business Incubator, 408 Washington Ave. in West Plains, through the end of September. more
Pine Meadows Venue is hosting a Red, White & Blue Concert for a Cause to benefit Whetstone Boys Ranch. more
The Mtn. View Alumni Association reminds its members that the annual meeting is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday at the Mtn. View First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, 409 U.S. 60. more
In their partnership to bring quarterly art displays to the West Plains Public Library, the library and West Plains Council on the Arts will host an exhibition of artwork by participants at Honest Imaginations Day Habilitation through September. more
The Missouri State Chapter of the P.E.O. Sisterhood held its 130th annual convention June 7 through 9. More than 300 representatives of P.E.O. chapters across Missouri attended including Chapter MC member Melinda Ray and Chapter CM President Jerris Armstrong, both of West Plains. more
On June 15, the Christos House Chocolate Festival unfolded in all its sugary glory at the First United Methodist Church in West Plains. The event, held from noon to 4 p.m., was a much-anticipated celebration for chocolate lovers of all ages. With an entry fee of just $10, attendees were treated to 20 tasting tickets, allowing them to sample a wide array of delectable chocolate creations from both professional and amateur chocolatiers. For the little ones aged 10 and under, entry was free with adult supervision, making it a family-friendly affair. more
If you haven't yet experienced the magic of "Mary Poppins" at the historic Avenue Theatre, you're in luck—but just barely. This weekend is your final chance to catch this enchanting summer tradition that's been captivating audiences of all ages. more
In a poignant celebration of Juneteenth, the Lincoln School welcomed Lamar Johnson, a man whose story of resilience and justice captured the hearts of many, to its historic halls. The visit was marked not only by Johnson’s compelling presentation but also by an essay contest that challenged students to delve deeply into themes of conviction, integrity, and personal connection. more
Officials at Missouri State University-West Plains have announced their vice chancellor’s and chancellor’s list honorees for the 2024 spring semester. more
Each year, Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative offers four $750 scholarships to area high schools. The high schools are rotated every year throughout the service area. Seniors’ applications are sent to a third-party judge to be reviewed and graded to ensure that any bias is eliminated and the most qualified candidates are the recipients. more
Harig earns CMU dean's list placement more
The Mtn. View Alumni Association reminds its members that the annual meeting is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. July 6 at the Mtn. View First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall, 409 U.S. 60. more
The University of Missouri maintains a reputation for excellence and setting high standards for academics. And Tigers rise to the occasion. This spring, 10,491 undergraduate students earned a spot on the dean’s list, exemplifying determination, drive and success. more
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