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  • Licking man sentenced in child pornography case December 10, 2018
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — A Licking man was sentenced in federal court Friday for receiving and distributing child pornography. 40-year-old Wesley Warren Norris was sentenced in U.S. District Court to 12 years and seven months in federal prison without parole. Norris pleaded guilty on June 25 to receiving and distributing child pornography. According to court documents, […]
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  • OMC receives loan for energy efficiency, renewable energy project December 10, 2018
    WEST PLAINS, Mo. — The Missouri Division of Energy has awarded a low-interest loan to assist Ozarks Medical Center with an energy-efficiency and renewable energy project. The funded project, which is expected to support 9 jobs and benefit more than 40,000 Missourians, is projected to save the hospital approximately $87,279 in energy costs annually. OMC […]
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  • Ava resident named Missouri Farm Bureau Ambassador December 10, 2018
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A panel of judges selected a local man as an ambassador for the Missouri Farm Bureau. Wyatt Wilson of Ava will join Marlena Long of Paris, Mo. as 2019 ambassadors. The duo was chosen during the organization’s 104th annual meeting December 2 at the Lake of the Ozarks. The MOFB Ambassador […]
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  • Missouri’s McCaskill spent $40M on unsuccessful campaign December 10, 2018
    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Campaign finance reports show Missouri’s Democratic U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill spent roughly $40 million on her unsuccessful bid to keep her seat. McCaskill’s campaign on Thursday reported spending about $5.6 million in the final weeks before and after the November election. McCaskill was unable to fend off Republican challenger Attorney […]
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  • Video: Ozarks Medical Center – Medical Minute – Holiday Health – Part 2 December 10, 2018
    This week on the Ozarks Medical Center, Medical Minute we continue to discuss holiday health.
    Jim Lambert
  • Teen posted about plans to buy firearm and ‘make history’ December 9, 2018
    BRANSON, Mo. (AP) — A Missouri high school student faces a felony charge after authorities say he posted on social media that he was going to buy an assault rifle and “make history.” William James Nelson, an 18-year-old from Branson, was charged Thursday with making a terroristic threat, the Springfield News-Leader reported. No attorney was […]
    The Associated Press
  • Faculty worry buyout program could gut some departments December 9, 2018
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — University of Missouri faculty members are raising concerns that the system’s move to offer buyouts to its senior professors could leave some academic departments gutted. The university system recently notified full-time and tenured faculty members over 62 of an option to receive a payout of 1.5 times their annual salary, […]
    The Associated Press
  • Missouri coalition tackles state’s rising prison population December 9, 2018
    COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — A multidisciplinary coalition of Missouri professionals has launched a data-driven prison reform initiative, aiming to curb rising imprisonment rates. The coalition is implementing portions of the Justice Reinvestment Initiative in three of the state’s counties to prioritize an investment in mental health treatment and other social services, according to the Columbia […]
    The Associated Press
  • Licking man sentenced in child pornography case December 8, 2018
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — A Licking man was sentenced in federal court Friday for receiving and distributing child pornography. 40-year-old Wesley Warren Norris was sentenced in U.S. District Court to 12 years and seven months in federal prison without parole. Norris pleaded guilty on June 25 to receiving and distributing child pornography. According to court documents, […]
    Staff
  • West Plains sanitation supervisor offers holiday recycling tips December 8, 2018
    WEST PLAINS, Mo. — The holiday season often means family gatherings, staff parties, crowded stores and gift exchanges. To the city of West Plains’ sanitation department, however, it means something more – a significantly increased workload. Department Supervisor Brent Lidgard says garbage increases by 25 percent from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day. That garbage has […]
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