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  • MSU-WP Chancellor’s, Dean’s List for summer semester August 18, 2018
    WEST PLAINS, Mo. — Officials at Missouri State University-West Plains have announced their Chancellor’s and Dean’s List honorees for the 2018 summer session. To qualify for the Missouri State-West Plains Chancellor’s List, students must have earned a 4.0 grade point average for six or more credit hours taken during the session. Students who maintain a […]
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  • Bakersfield teacher attends energy program at Mizzou August 18, 2018
    WEST PLAINS, Mo. — 32 educators attending the “Energy in Today’s Classroom” teacher education program held July 25-26 at the University of Missouri in Columbia. Jodi Burns, a Junior High Science teacher at Bakersfield, represented Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative at the conference. Educators had the opportunity to hear presentations from several different university professors and electric […]
  • Missouri Lottery brings in nearly $50 million for education August 18, 2018
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Profits from Missouri Lottery ticket sales in July were sent to the fund for public education, bringing the total for FY19, which began July 1, to more than $49.7 million. The August transfer was for $25,142,555. Prior to each fiscal year, the Missouri Lottery averages the most recent five years’ profits for […]
  • Training programs on display at Technology Showcase August 18, 2018
    WEST PLAINS, Mo. — Jim Hart, assistant professor of technology at Missouri State University-West Plains, discusses the course requirements for an advanced manufacturing technology certificate during the university’s Technology Showcase August 2 at the Greater Ozarks Center for Advanced Technology (GOCAT). Approximately 50 people attended the two-hour event to learn more about the programs the […]
  • Ozarka College to host Red Cross blood drive August 18, 2018
    MELBOURNE, Ark. — Ozarka College will host a Red Cross blood drive on August 21 from 11 am to 3 pm at the John E. Miller Education Complex in Melbourne. All donors should be in good health on the day of donation. To be eligible, you must: Be at least 17 years old, or 16-years-old […]
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  • Prosecutor won’t charge Greitens despite ethics panel review August 18, 2018
    by Summer Ballentine, AP JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — A local prosecutor won’t press charges against former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens despite findings from a state ethics panel that there’s reason to believe he broke the law over how his campaign reported a donor list it obtained from a charity he founded. Missouri Ethics Commission […]
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  • Gainesville man faces statutory rape, sodomy charges August 18, 2018
    GAINESVILLE, Mo. — A Gainesville man is accused of having sex with an underage girl. Online court records indicate 33-year-old Bryan Mohr was charged Wednesday with three counts of felony statutory sodomy and one felony count of statutory rape. A probable cause statement from Ozark County Cpl. Curtis Dobbs states that on August 9, the Ozark […]
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  • Man who tried to save boat victims alleges emotional stress August 18, 2018
    BRANSON, Mo. (AP) — A former employee of a southwestern Missouri paddlewheel tourist boat alleges in a lawsuit that he suffered post-traumatic stress after trying to save victims of a fatal duck boat accident. The Springfield News-Leader reports that Gregory Harris filed suit Monday against Ride the Ducks International, Ripley Entertainment and the boat’s captain. […]
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  • West Plains man accused of hitting, slashing girlfriend August 18, 2018
    WEST PLAINS, Mo. — A West Plains man is accused of trying to slit his girlfriend’s throat. 37-year-old Stephen Echavarry was charged in June with domestic assault, armed criminal action, and unlawful use of a weapon, all felonies. He was arrested at Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains on Monday, August 13. A probable cause […]
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  • West Plains man accused of stealing car, beer, food August 18, 2018
    WEST PLAINS, Mo. — A West Pains man faces charges in connection with a vehicle theft and a pursuit earlier this month. 47-year-old Alvin Martin was arrested Monday, August 13 on charges of tampering with a motor vehicle, stealing a motor vehicle, and resisting arrest. A probable cause statement in the case says law enforcement […]
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Thirsty Thursday

Blackberry Smash Ingredients
• 5 blackberries
• 6-8 mint leaves, torn (plus more for garnish)
• ½ small red plum, peeled and diced (plus more for garnish)
• ½ ounce simple syrup
• ½ ounce cointreau
• 2 ounces whiskey

Blackberry Smash Methodology
Makes 1 serving
In a cocktail shaker, muddle blackberries, mint, plum and simple syrup until broken up. Add ice, cointreau and whiskey. Shake vigorously 12 to 15 seconds. Strain into a low ball glass filled with ice and garnish with a slice of plum and sprig of mint. Enjoy!
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