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The City of Mountain View is aware of an apparent scam attempting to sell advertisements for the scorecards at the Municipal Golf Course. These solicitations are not from the City government.  “The city is not selling any ads that would be placed on the golf course score cards,” reads a...
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“Sometimes I feel like God puts me in places He knows I need to be,” wrote Willow Spring Fire Chief Vance Farmer. His Facebook post was time-stamped 10:37 p.m. and revealed he was only then settling down to dinner because earlier in the evening he was busy with two back-to-back rescue events. ...
Tuesday Study Club met May 4 at Claudia Marvin’s delightful home for the last meeting before the ‘Spring Party’ that will end the meetings until the Fall. After doing the business of the club, Kathleen gave the program. Strange, spiral bee combs look like fantastical crystal palaces. These bees...
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Ozark National Scenic Riverways, in partnership with Missouri State Parks, the Ozark Riverways Foundation and the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, will be offering free paddling activities on the upper Current River on Sundays this summer. Paddling skills clinics will be conducted on June 13 and 27...
The new Splash Pad in West Plains' Butler Children's Park lasted less than a month after opening on May 12 of this year. A vertical feature designed to look like a clarinet and dump buckets of water became dislodged from its base, and the entire Splash Pad was shut down last week for repairs. The...
photo credits: Robbie Rakestraw
Area legislators including Representative David Evans of the 154th District, Senator Karla Eslinger of the 33rd District, Representative Hannah Kelly of the 141st District, and Representative Travis Smith of the 155th District attended the Southern Ozark Alliance for Rural Development (SOAR)...
The Missouri Department of Transportation is hosting a virtual open house on passenger rail as part of the development of the 2021 State Freight and Rail Plan. The content will be live through June 16 and accessible via the MoDOT webpage.  The virtual open house format allows members of the...
Low-income seniors eligible for $50 towards the purchase of fruits, vegetables, herbs and honey this summer The Missouri Department of Agriculture announced that the Missouri Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) is up and running for the summer. Funded by the U.S. Department of...
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The City of Mountain View cut down old trees and with the help of Justin Lawn Landscaping, planted a dozen color-changing maple trees. Chamber of Commerce President Mark Castaneda and CareCenters of Missouri also came together to help make Mountain View more beautiful.
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Friends of the Eleven Point River have worked with Mark Twain National Forest since 2013 to help bring Greer Mill back to life. The group just donated $6,500 more to keep the project going, and at the same time, donated more than $11K in equipment and supplies to improve recreational...

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