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  • Ozark County Sheriff arrests man wanted for stalking September 21, 2021
    Gainesville, MO – A Felony Warrant for the arrest of ORVAL DON “DONNIE” MERRIMAN was issued on September 17, 2021 in Ozark County.   Mr. Merriman is charged with: Stalking – 1st Degree FELONY D Unlawful Possession Of A Firearm FELONY D   Sheriff Martin, along with numerous Ozark County Deputies and members of the […]
    Nate Hudson
  • COVID-19 update for Sept. 21, 2021: 18 new cases in Howell County September 21, 2021
    Howell County Health Department reports an additional 18 cases of COVID-19 for Howell County, of these cases 2 have been identified as breakthrough cases. The breakthrough case rate as of today for Howell County is 1.5 %. This brings the to date total number of cases to 5783. Of the new cases 11 live in […]
    Nate Hudson
  • Douglas Co. Sheriff’s Office is raising funds for Coats for Kids September 21, 2021
    Ava, MO – As the weather takes a turn this week thoughts wander towards falling leaves, changing seasons, and cooler weather. This in turn leads to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office preparing for Coats for Kids.   Every year the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office contacts the counselors/administrators of the Ava R-1 School District, Skyline Schools, […]
    Nate Hudson
  • Art Display at OzSBI Featuring the Work of Kelli Albin Oct. – Dec. 2021 September 21, 2021
    WEST PLAINS, MO – The West Plains Council on the Arts (WPCA) and Ozarks Small Business Incubator (OzSBI) have partnered to bring quarterly art displays to the incubator. Local artist Kelli Albin’s works will be featured inside OzSBI’s first floor October 1 through the end of December 2021. Visitors may view the display at the […]
    Nate Hudson
  • Learn black bear hunting basics during MDC virtual program Sept. 30 September 21, 2021
    Hear from experienced instructors to increase success in the field. JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Four-hundred Missourians were drawn to participate in this year’s inaugural black bear hunt, slated to open Oct. 18. Those hunters were invited to attend special education programs to prepare for their hunt, but the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is now […]
    Nate Hudson
  • Three more people charged in Baxter Co. Contraband Investigation September 21, 2021
    Mountain Home, AR – Three more people have now been charged in connection with the incident on September 12th whereby an attempt was made to introduce contraband into the Detention Center.    Arrest warrants were issued for two current Baxter County inmates were already incarcerated on other charges unrelated to this incident.  These inmates are […]
    Nate Hudson
  • Willow Springs Church Building burns early Monday September 20, 2021
    Willow Springs, MO – The office building where meetings were often held for the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Willow Springs burnt down Monday morning. The Willow Springs Police and Fire Department responded to a 9-1-1 call for the structure fire at 1:30 a.m. on the morning of September 20, 2021. The fire was determined to […]
    Nate Hudson
  • COVID-19 update for Sept. 20, 2021: 23 new cases for Howell County September 20, 2021
    Howell County Health Department reports an additional 23 cases of COVID-19 for Howell County, of these cases 5 have been identified as breakthrough cases. The breakthrough case rate as of today for Howell County is 1.5 %. This brings the to date total number of cases to 5765. Of the new cases 13 live in […]
    Nate Hudson
  • Video: Sycamore Springs Ribbon Cutting September 20, 2021
    The Mountain Home Chamber recently held a Ribbon Cutting for Sycamore Springs Senior Living located at 165 Jerry Baker Lane. If you or a loved one are looking for hometown senior living, where everything is taken care of, consider our newest member Sycamore Springs Senior Living. They offer assisted living, personal care services, and respite […]
    Jim Lambert
  • Show Me Hope and Department of Higher Education & Workforce Development team up to create “HappierU” September 20, 2021
    Collaborative effort aims to help with stress management and coping mechanisms Jefferson City, MO – The Show Me Hope Crisis Counseling Program (CCP) and Missouri Department of Mental Health have partnered with the Missouri Department of Higher Education & Workforce Development to create HappierU; a series of digital videos, podcasts, and content that provide science-based […]
    Nate Hudson