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  • Howell County confirms 2nd and 3rd case of COVID-19 April 6, 2020
    The Howell County Health Department reports that they have received confirmation of two more COVID-19 cases in Howell County.  It has been reported that both individuals had recently participated in drive thru testing clinics in West Plains.  Health Department officials stated that contacts to the cases have been notified and quarantined. To further combat the […]
    Cody Sanders
  • City of Thayer to begin curfew April 6, 2020
    The City of Thayer has established a curfew during the hours between 9 P.M. and 6 A.M. each day. The curfew will go into effect at 9 P.M. Monday, April 6, 2020 and will remain in place until 6 A.M. Friday, April 24, 2020, unless extended by further order of the Director of the Department […]
    Cody Sanders
  • West Plains City Hall lobby will close Tuesday April 6, 2020
    To protect City of West Plains customers and employees during the COVID-19 pandemic, the West Plains City Hall lobby will be closed to the public beginning Tuesday, April 7. Customers making utility payments will continue to have the following options: Pay online by visiting and clicking “Pay Utilities Online.” Use the drop box located […]
    Cody Sanders
  • The skinny on parasite management for horses April 6, 2020
    Story provided by the University of Missouri Extension As the grazing season begins, horse owners need to consider their parasite management strategies for their horses. Parasite management is more than just choosing which dewormer to buy from the feed store. Parasites are found in the manure balls of horses after the horse has shed them […]
    Cody Sanders
  • Ozark Riverways closes land to feral swine hunting April 6, 2020
    Van Buren, MO –   Ozark National Scenic Riverways (ONSR) announces the decision to close all fee-owned land within ONSR to feral swine hunting, based on current scientific studies and in support of other state and local land managers, as well as feedback received during a 30-day public comment period. This temporary closure is effective immediately per […]
    Cody Sanders
  • BBB Tips: Debt, credit, and the COVID-19 pandemic April 6, 2020
    The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has upended the global economy, disrupted countless companies’ operations and shaken many Americans’ personal finances. Better Business Bureau (BBB) reminds consumers who are concerned about debt obligations to know their rights, take steps to protect their credit and guard against debt collection scams. Under the recently passed CARES Act, lenders must […]
    Cody Sanders
  • Baxter County: Teen girl killed in accidental shooting April 6, 2020
    The Sheriff’s Office is investigating the apparent accidental shooting death of a 14 year old Jonesboro girl that happened Friday evening, April 3rd.      At approximately 5:56 PM, the 911 call center received a call from a female juvenile, also 14 years old, stating that she was playing with her father’s gun and accidentally shot […]
    Cody Sanders
  • Prayers for OMC: Local pastors show support for hospital April 6, 2020
    Local Pastors from West Plains and the surrounding area sent prayers for Ozark Medical Center (OMC) patients, healthcare workers and everyone within the organization. OMC posted the following video to its social media pages. It features: Lance Johnson – Genesis Church- West Plains Marcus Allen – Pomona Christian Church – Pomona Andy Lambel – First United […]
    Cody Sanders
  • Community organizations contribute personal protective equipment to OMC April 6, 2020
    WEST PLAINS, Mo – Community organizations in and surrounding West Plains have graciously contributed new personal protective equipment (PPE) to Ozarks Medical Center (OMC) amid the COVID-19 outbreak. Personal protective equipment refers to protective gloves, face shields, goggles, facemasks and/or respirators or other equipment designed to protect the wearer from injury or the spread of […]
    Cody Sanders
  • Pottersvillle Baptist Church Sunday service broadcast over KUKU, Facebook April 6, 2020
    Pottersville Baptist Church invited it’s congregation to join a “drive in” service Sunday. Pastor Jerry Arnold broadcast his sermon on KUKU 100.3 FM and on Facebook live from outside the church. The video is available below:   Posted by Pottersville Baptist Church on Sunday, April 5, 2020
    Cody Sanders

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