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  • CBCO Blood Drive Planned at TCMH July 2, 2022
    Houston, MO— Texas County Memorial Hospital is hosting a blood drive on Friday, July 15 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Community Blood Center of the Ozarks (CBCO) will collect blood donations in the Jayson Gentry Community Safe Room on the TCMH campus. TCMH receives 100 percent of its blood supply from CBCO. All blood […]
    Nate Hudson
  • $7.5 million in state appropriations approved for facility to house ASCEND Program July 1, 2022
    WEST PLAINS, Mo. – Missouri State University-West Plains’ (MSU-WP) ASCEND Program received a significant boost from the state Thursday when Missouri Gov. Mike Parson signed legislation earmarking $7.5 million in capital funding for a facility to house the program, which supports students with autism.  “We are thrilled to receive this funding for our new ASCEND […]
    Nate Hudson
  • Governor Parson Signs HB 2116, Six Other Bills Into Law July 1, 2022
    (JEFFERSON CITY, MO) – On Thursday, June 30, during a signing ceremony at the State Capitol, Governor Mike Parson signed seven pieces of legislation into law, including House Bill (HB) 2116, which establishes the No Patient Left Alone Act.  “We appreciate the efforts by Representative Rusty Black and Senator Bill White to get HB 2116 […]
    Nate Hudson
  • State Sen. Karla Eslinger’s Legislative Column for July 1, 2022 July 1, 2022
    Celebrating Liberty Like so many of you, I’m looking forward to gathering with friends and family to celebrate the July 4th holiday. All across our great nation, Americans will mark the anniversary of our country’s independence with cook-outs and fireworks displays, either in their own backyard or in public settings. Here in Missouri I’ll be […]
    Nate Hudson
  • West Plains Man Sentenced to 8 Years in Prison for Illegal Firearm July 1, 2022
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A West Plains man has been sentenced in federal court for illegally possessing a sawed-off shotgun, which was found in one of the two vehicles he stole within a week of each other. Michael Bryant, 33, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Brian C. Wimes on Tuesday, June 28, to eight years […]
    Nate Hudson
  • Ozark County Sheriff’s Office Reports 7-1-22 July 1, 2022
    Daniel Williams
  • Three Arrested, Five Detained for Illegal Narcotics Operation July 1, 2022
    Mountain Grove, MO. – Three individuals have been arrested out of the area of Mountain Grove on Wednesday, June 29th. The investigation started with a tip of information stating that an illegal narcotics operation was being performed at a residence near N Highway. Upon response and investigation, officers spotted an ATV with two individuals riding it […]
    Daniel Williams
  • Reports From Baxter County State Old Scam is Back July 1, 2022
    Baxter County, AR. – An old scam has reared its head in the Ozarks again. The Baxter County Sheriff’s Office has issued a press release of information about this scam. For more, read below: A Baxter County man was contacted by phone by a persons purporting to be employees and representatives from Publisher’s Clearinghouse telling the […]
    Daniel Williams
  • Missouri Roadway Deaths Down Slightly for the First Half of 2022 July 1, 2022
    JEFFERSON CITY –  Following an especially deadly 2021, Missouri traffic fatalities have dropped 7% compared to this same time last year. Preliminary data shows from Jan. 1 – June 22, 413 people were killed in Missouri traffic crashes, down from 445 in the same period in 2021. The July Fourth holiday weekend marks the halfway […]
    Nate Hudson
  • Baxter County Sheriff Investigating Stolen Articles of Mail July 1, 2022
    The Baxter County Sheriff’s Office arrested a man early Thursday morning, June 30th, on a number of traffic and misdemeanor charges.  During a search of the man’s vehicle, a quantity of mail from many different addresses in the Jordan, Salesville, Norfork, and Mountain Home areas was found.  This mail appears to have been stolen from […]
    Nate Hudson