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This orange tabby, named OK Kitty, is housed at the West Plains Regional Animal Shelter, 1486 BB Highway, having been surrendered by its previous owner due to illness. Shelter volunteer Trish Hammen says OK Kitty is missing home, is a good kitty and “would love to go home with a loving family.” The fee to adopt a cat is $45. Hammen noted with the recent onset of cold weather that the shelter burns firewood to keep its animals warm, and she anticipates volunteers will need a lot of wood this fall and winter. Anyone with downed trees in need of cutting is invited to call the shelter, 417-256-8438, or drop by between business hours, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays. Donations of already-cut firewood are also welcome. Hammen added the shelter continues to need cat and dog food. more
After having to cancel vacation Bible school last year due to the pandemic, members of Ball Church of Christ say they are excited to announce this year’s VBS will be held at 7 p.m. nightly Aug. … more
At 9:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 16 Ozarks Public Television (OPT) will air  a program on Ozarks rock buildings featuring West Plains artist Barbara Williams. The program is titled "Rocky Road: … more
The Fulton County Fair recently awarded four scholarships to graduating seniors who live in Fulton County and have been active in the Fulton County Fair. Scholarship winners were recognized at the … more
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