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West Plains R-7 School District officials are celebrating teachers and staff chosen by their peers and students and their parents to receive a district award of excellence. Teachers are honored as part of the regional #TeacherProud social media campaign that typically celebrates teachers on the second Tuesday of each month. October’s highlighted teachers is West Plains High School social studies teacher Jenni Campbell. Staff recognized as Zizzer Champions are West Plains Elementary Office Manager Sarah Mayfield and District Maintenance Director Brad Tilley. To nominate a teacher or staff member to be honored in November, visit ow.ly/gNoO50PFXUC. more
Amid the backdrop of downtown West Plains’ historical charm, the second annual Downtown Fall Block Party held Saturday transformed the place into a vivid mosaic of music, laughter, color and community spirit. Even though the cool, grey weather cast its looming presence, it couldn't dampen the spirits of the roughly 800 attendees who came out in support of the West Plains Downtown Revitalization organization's showcase event. more
The Friends of the Summersville Library group, which supports the Summersville branch of the Texas County Library, is looking for some fresh new faces to show up at its meetings. more
Trike ’n’ Treat Oct. 25 at Carmichal Field more
Trike ’n’ Treat Oct. 25 at Carmichal Field more
The Willow Springs Tuesday Study began its 98th season with its annual Fall Party on Oct. 3 at Club 60 in Mtn. Grove. The hostesses for the day were Pauline Cape, Kathleen Carel and Claudia Marvin. Using Claudia’s abundance of fall decorations, she and Pauline worked their usual magic decorating the banquet room at Club 60. more
“We have a little saying before we scratch our tickets — ‘Maybe this will be the big one!’” Shared a Missouri Lottery winner, while claiming a $1 million prize from a “500X” ticket she purchased at Snappy Mart, 600 S. Harris St., in Willow Springs. more
The Willow Springs Senior Center will host a fish fry at 4 p.m. Saturday at 501 Senior Lane off of Park Street in Willow Springs. more
Fall color is starting to show and that means it is time for the Willow Springs Arts Council’s annual sponsorship campaign. Once a year, explain council members, from October through December, the arts council raises funds to continue supporting art events for the area. more
Arts Alliance member events and activities: more
Colton’s hosts fundraiser for CASA today more
Students at Missouri State University-West Plains can learn more about Costa Rica during a short-term education abroad opportunity scheduled for summer 2024. more
The air is crisp, leaves are commencing their spectacular color dance, and the community spirit is blossoming — signaling that it's time once again for the highly anticipated Downtown West Plains Fall Block Party. With last year's event having leaf-peeping and party-going folks flocking in masses, the upcoming soiree, scheduled for Saturday, is set to be an even grander, more splendid affair that aims to un-be-leaf-ably enchant attendees in a spectacular fall festivity. more
This year's Thayer Chamber of Commerce Fall Festival will be held from 3 to 8 p.m. Saturday in downtown Thayer. more
The South Central Retired Teachers and School Personnel will meet at 11:15 a.m. Thursday at the West Plains Senior Center, 416 E. Main St. more
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