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The MFA Oil Foundation has awarded a grant to the Ozark Sheltered Industries, Inc. to assist with purchasing exterior lighting. The MFA Oil Foundation provides support to nonprofit organizations that … more
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
Volunteering is often seen through the lens of how volunteers help to improve their communities. Though there’s no denying the valuable role volunteers play in strengthening their communities, … more
Back-to-school shopping sales have long been indicators that the summer vacation season is coming to a close. Students and their parents may visit area stores or browse online looking for items to … more
(MS) — Fall signals the coming of cool weather and more time spent indoors — the perfect opportunity to launch a major effort to store as much as possible out of sight and free up extra … more
I taught school for five years and coached basketball, football, and baseball at Koshkonong, Thayer, and West Plains.I began work at Morlan-Shell Ford in 1972. John and Sue Morlan began their present … more
My family moved to Dallas County in August 1957.That’s right. I’m not a Dallas County native. Nine years old when my folks bought a farm of the Dallas-Webster County line, I’ve … more
It’s almost time for the school busses to start rolling, and Summersville Library is again collecting new school supplies to be given to Summersville School for students.A supply list is posted … more
Various components combine to make weddings beautiful and memorable. Couples rely on photographers to capture the smiles and moments that helped make their events unique and to ensure the big day is … more
Dr. Sweeney grew up in Southern California. He graduated Cum Laude from Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles in 2002 and attended Creighton University Dental School in Omaha, Nebraska. After … more
Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder affects millions of people. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that a 2016 survey of parents found that 6.1 million children, which … more
Due to rising COV-19 cases, the weekly singing held at the Olde Time Full Gospel Church in West Plains has been cancelled until further notice. more
Losing interest in an exercise regimen is a situation many fitness enthusiasts have confronted at one point or another. Overcoming a stale workout routine can be simple for young athletes, whose … more
After a dismal 2020 when people’s movements were greatly restricted due to the COVID-19 pandemic, travel and tourism could increase significantly beginning in the summer of 2021. That’s … more
With help from our Friends of the Summersville Library group, Texas County Library, and the community, the Summersville Library will be hosting a huge celebration of Missouri’s … more
The West Plains Regional Animal Shelter is bursting at the seams with cats and kittens from 2 weeks to 8 years old. Because of the overcrowding, they are offering a reduced adoption fee for the month … more
The Church of Jesus Christ is a strange mixture. It is a group of persons forming an association for fellowship and the accomplishment of certain tests. At the same time it is the Body of Christ that … more
The Summer Reading Program is quickly winding down, and the last remaining activity will be at 1 p.m. this coming Friday before the awards party on July 30. Summer Readers must attend at least four … more
In 1954, my family made a move from Walker Street, on the east side of town, 1212 Webster, on the west side of town right across the street from the city park. I was 10, Junior was 12, and it was at … more
Country at Heart located at 2 Court Square in West Plains opened in February 2019 and continues to offer a wide variety of candies, games, apparel, and more from 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. Monday through … more
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