Arts/Education

On Monday September 20, the Willow Springs Arts Council (WSAC) will hold a meeting to elect new Board members. The meeting will be at 5:00 p.m. on the 2nd floor of the Ferguson Building. If you are interested in being a Board member or a volunteer for the organization, please join them for...
The Children's pre show is from 6-6:45, with puppets and music at the Star Theatre. Show time is at 7:00. Doors open at 5:30. Tickets are available at the door: adults tickets are $10, children tickets for 15 and under are $5. Rebecca White is a local musician and has many years of experience...
Things have been hopping at the Willow Springs Public Library! We invite you to visit our new website at willowspringslibrary.org. There you will find our newest books, library information, and upcoming events. Speaking of events, the library is excited to offer a series of after-hours Game...
September 2, 2021EMPHASIS: Child Passenger Safety Week Is September 15-21, 2021 The Missouri State Highway Patrol joins the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the National Safety Council, Safe Kids Worldwide, and other safety advocates to commemorate National Child Passenger...
Why do you continue to invite punishment? Must you rebel forever (Isaiah 1:5, NLT)?"A current national news headline declared: "Model predicts 100,000 more COVID deaths unless U.S. changes its ways!"Viewed in a spiritual sense, how incredibly poignant, but either way... good luck with the...
  Did you know that completing the free and reduced lunch application does more than qualify you for free meals at school? Returning free & reduced meal forms provides funding to our schools. It gives students and families discounts and reduced fees within the district. It qualifies students...
Despite COVID-19 and the lasting changes it has made upon our world, the Mountain View-Birch Tree School District is making every effort to ensure a safe return to school. “Honestly, we are off to a great year,” Superintendent Dr. Don Christensen said in an email.  While social distancing,...
The public was invited to attend a presentation called Critical Race Theory Exposed last Tuesday at the Historic Post Office in West Plains. The presenter was Mary Bryne, Ed.D., a national speaker and co-founding member of Missouri Coalition Against Common Core. Dr. Byrne’s presentation was...
West Plains High School teacher Ben Grace won an Apple Watch 6 in the district payroll deduction campaign for the West Plains Education Foundation. Ben signed up to contribute a portion of his earnings to the WPEF. Also pictured is Lana Snodgras, director of communications for the West Plains...
SBU Trustees elect Dr. Richard J. Melson to be the 26th president of Southwest Baptist University.     

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