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  • West Plains PD says goodbye to K-9 officer November 16, 2019
    WEST PLAINS, Mo. — The West Plains Police Department has lost a member of the department. Former K-9 officer Tuk was laid to rest Friday following a ceremony at Talburt Animal Health Center in West Plains. Several department officers and handler Justin Brown were present.  Tuk was retired on Sunday, April 7 due to an […]
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  • Second Missouri vaping death reported November 16, 2019
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri health officials say a woman’s death is the second in the state associated with the use of vaping products. The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services said Friday that the unidentified woman was in her mid-50s. The department says that it concluded through discussions with the woman’s doctors […]
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  • Arkansas governor launches campaign to keep highway tax November 16, 2019
    by Andrew DeMillo, AP LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson and the leaders of the state’s top lobbying groups launched a campaign Friday to keep a half-cent sales tax for road needs, with the Republican governor calling the effort his top priority among next year’s ballot initiatives. Voters approved the half-cent tax […]
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  • Boil order issued for section of Howell Co. water district November 15, 2019
    WEST PLAINS, Mo. — A boil water order has been issued for a section of Howell County Public Water Supply District #2. The order, issued due to an emergency leak repair, affects all the water patrons on the west system on CR 8270 from Highway 16 at Ozark Machinery to the crossroads at CR 8620 […]
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  • Ordinance updates to come before WP council at Monday meeting November 15, 2019
    WEST PLAINS, Mo. — Several ordinance changes are on the agenda of the upcoming West Plains City Council meeting on Monday. West Plains Police Chief Stephen Monticelli told Ozark Radio News that the changes to the city’s domestic assault, harassment, and driving violation ordinances are to bring the city ordinances in line with state laws: […]
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  • Eslinger announces candidacy for local state senate seat November 15, 2019
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri State Representative Karla Eslinger, R-Wasola, will be running for the District 33 state senate seat. The announcement to replace Sen. Mike Cunningham, who is barred for running reelection by term limits, came Thursday morning. She hails from north Missouri but moved to Theodosia when she was in grade school. After […]
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  • City waiting for court date for Parkside House November 15, 2019
    WEST PLAINS, Mo. — Following the overwhelming rejection of a plan to save the Parkside House at Butler Children’s Park earlier this month, the future of the home continues to be tied up in the courts. The certified results from the Howell County Board of Verification reported 340 “yes” votes and 1,149 “no” votes to […]
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  • MoDOT to replace concrete on Highway 60 November 15, 2019
    WILLOW SPRINGS, Mo. — Westbound Highway 60 in Howell County will be reduced to one lane starting next week as Missouri Department of Transportation crews perform concrete replacement work. The work will be located from Business 63 to County Road 1010 just west of Willow Springs. Weather permitting, the lane will remain closed starting Monday, […]
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  • FCC fines companies for 911 outage November 15, 2019
    WASHINGTON — The Federal Communications Commission says two telecommunication companies will be paying over $500,000 following a multi-state 911 outage that took place in August 2018. Under terms of the settlement, CenturyLink will pay $400,000 while West Safety Communications will pay $175,000 after the hour-long outage that affected several states. The outage violated FCC rules […]
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  • Ozarka College receives grant for flight simulator November 15, 2019
    MELBOURNE, Ark. — Ozarka College has been awarded a $115,786 grant from The Arkansas Department of Aeronautics for the purchase of a Redbird full-motion flight simulator. The grant allows Ozarka College to provide only 10 percent of what the flight simulator costs. Dr. Richard Dawe, Ozarka College president, says the college will now be able […]
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