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The State Historical Society of Missouri has released a series of 12 workshop videos aimed at teaching basic genealogy techniques. Hosted by Bill Eddleman, a professional genealogist and associate director of the SHSMO Cape Girardeau Research Center, each episode explores a different resource...
Stream Teams United announces the 2022 Paddle MO river adventures, which will be hosted in four Missouri locations this year. Paddle MO trips are multi-day, educational paddle trips hosted on some of the most scenic and historic stretches of our state's waterways. This year's river adventures...
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources has awarded a $30,000 Drinking Water Engineering Report Grant to the city of Winona to evaluate the city's drinking water system. The grant offers funding to qualified communities to help cover engineering costs for evaluating drinking water treatment...
Wesley and Mary Haley of West Plains, MO, are parents of a baby boy, Noah Jensen Haley. He was born July 3, 2022, at 5:08 a.m. at Ozarks Healthcare. He weighed 8 pounds 4 ounces and was 20.5 inches long. His siblings are Jenna, 9, Jesse, 6, and Jonah, 3. His grandparents are Roger and Emily Smith...
The 39th Annual National Night Out is August 2. Community members are asked to mark it down on calendars and start preparing. What is National Night Out or America’s Night Out Against Crime: National Night Out is designed to: (1) Spread awareness about crime and drug prevention; (2) Generate...
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The Pregnancy Resource Center of West Plains is excited to update the community and the generous donors about the new and exciting progress that have been made over the spring and summer months. The center has hired two Co-Directors to manage the center and work with clients.  Michelle Watson...
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Two new picnic pavilions and the recently renovated historic entrance station are now open in the Big Spring district of Ozark National Scenic Riverways.    The Big Spring pavilion, built by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in 1935, and the Peavine pavilion, built in the 1950s, were both...
Inflation is impacting trash rates in the city of Mountain View. At the regular meeting of the Board of Aldermen on July 12, department head Dave Abbey explained to administration that tipping fees, bags, and gas have had significant price increases. After considering Mountain View rates as...
The Howell County Commission met on July 14 and 18.  The Commission solicited bids for the installation/replacement of 36 culverts in the Mountain View area. On July 11, the commissioners awarded the job to the only bidder: Reed’s Trenching and Excavating of Pomona. The bid amount was $16,200,...
Texas County Memorial Hospital’s obstetrics department and local area businesses are sponsoring a Baby Quest Adventure on Friday, August 5, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon in the Jayson Gentry Community Safe Room at the hospital. The Baby Quest Adventure is a no-cost educational community event...

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