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  • Springfield man sentenced to 38 years in meth conspiracy November 15, 2018
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — A Springfield man who participated in a conspiracy to distribute more than $1 million of methamphetamine in Missouri has been sentenced to 38.4 years in prison without parole. Federal prosecutors say 29-year-old Michael Ryan Nevatt was sentenced Wednesday after being found guilty in April on seven charges involving the drug […]
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  • West Plains firefighters, councilman recognized during ceremony November 14, 2018
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Firefighters with the West Plains Fire Department and a member of the West Plains City Council were honored by the state of Missouri with Public Safety Medals during a ceremony in Jefferson City on Tuesday. The Governor’s Medal, which is given to public safety officers in recognition of acts that are […]
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  • Deer harvest increases for fall 2018 firearm opening weekend November 14, 2018
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Preliminary data from the Missouri Department of Conservation shows that deer hunters in Missouri had a better opening weekend of the fall firearms deer season than in the previous year. Of the 99,567 deer harvested November 10-11, 55,887 were antlered bucks, 9,573 were button bucks, and 34,107 were does. Top harvest counties […]
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  • West Plains reminds residents of winter weather requests November 14, 2018
    WEST PLAINS, Mo. — With the light dusting of snow on Monday evening and Tuesday morning, the city of West Plains reminds residents that in the event of winter weather, residents should remember to avoid parking on the streets if at all possible. City marketing director Todd Shanks told Ozark Radio News that the dusting […]
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  • West Plains trash routes to be affected by Thanksgiving November 14, 2018
    WEST PLAINS, Mo. — West Plains City Hall and other city offices will be closed Thursday, November 22 and Friday, November 23 for the Thanksgiving holiday, and that means changes to the city trash schedule. For the week of November 19-21, Monday and Tuesday trash will be collected on Monday, November 19. Wednesday & Thursday […]
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  • Friends of the Baxter County Library book sale to start Thursday November 14, 2018
    MOUNTAIN HOME, Ark. — The Friends of the Baxter County Library used book sale will take place this Thursday, November 15 through Saturday, November 17 at the Donald W. Reynolds Library, 300 Library Hill, Mountain Home. Book Sale hours are: 8:30 am to 5 pm Thursday, 10 am to 5 pm Friday, and 10 am […]
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  • Medical pot commission responds to public criticisms November 14, 2018
    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — More than two years after Arkansans voted to legalize medical marijuana, the commission created to approve licenses for cultivators and growers has had to respond to public criticisms of lack of transparency and sluggish movement. Dr. Ronda Henry-Tillman, who chairs the Medical Marijuana Commission, said Tuesday that she believed the […]
    The Associated Press
  • MoDOT receives award for “Buckle Up Phone Down” campaign November 14, 2018
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri Department of Transportation has received recognition from the American Association of Highway Transportation Officials and the Mid-Missouri chapter of the Public Relations Society of America for its “Buckle Up Phone Down” campaign. The award for Issues and Crisis Management Communication, Public Involvement Approach was presented at the annual meeting […]
  • Missouri Senate leaders chosen November 14, 2018
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri senators now know who their leaders will be, starting next year. Leadership selection happened just two days after Election Day. Incoming Missouri Senate President Pro Tem, Sen. Dave Schatz, R-Sullivan, says most of the majority caucus’ leadership is new: Senator Gina Walsh, D-Bellefontaine Neighbors, will retain her current role as […]
  • Highway Patrol wants drivers to stay safe during Thanksgiving travels November 14, 2018
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri State Highway Patrol is urging drivers to stay safe this Thanksgiving. Gerry Elam has more:
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