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Putting farm safety into practice

"If you don't have time to do it right, will you have time to do it over?" As a child growing up, I often heard these words or something similar cross my mother's lips - aimed in my direction. You see I, like most kids, would often try to cut corners in an effort to lighten some task I was expected

MARSHFIELDMAIL.COM - 2017-09-23 18:00:00

Hog farmers defy supply and demand; price outlook stays above expectation

This year, hog farmers dodged lower prices when they expanded sow herds and grew the second-largest pork supply since 2008. Prices stayed above expectation, according to University of Missouri Extension economists. Growing exports and consumers' love for bacon helped feed demand in spite of the grow

MARSHFIELDMAIL.COM - 2017-09-22 17:45:00

Meet today's organic shopper

The organics category is growing in just about every measurable way: in volume, dollars spent and even in conversations in the media. When consumers dabble in organic produce, they are more likely to purchase organic goods like organic snacks or organic cotton sheets. This means it is important for

MARSHFIELDMAIL.COM - 2017-09-22 15:42:00

2017 1st & 10 Week Six Part One

This is the first part of KOLR 10's high school football coverage for September 22nd. Highlights in this part include: Catholic 47, Buffalo 20 F Pierce City 32, Lockwood 7 F Strafford 34, Fair Grove 6 F Willard 10, Ozark 7 F This is the first part of KOLR 10's high school football coverage for Septe

OZARKS FIRST.COM - 2017-09-23 03:52:17

This week's Community Calendar

There's always something to do in Christian County - the dozens of events on the Headliner News community calendar are proof of that. First Tuesday Alzheimer's Caregiver Support Group The Alzheimer's Association will host a support group meeting for caregivers from 1-2:30 p.m. the first Tuesday of e

CCHEADLINER.COM - 2017-09-22 15:00:00

Hunters watch out for purple paint

Rogersville, Mo. -- We're a week into bow season now, and hunters are well aware of rules and regulations that come with each season. But there is one state law often overlooked that could cost you money and land you in jail. The purple paint on trees represents Missouri's "purple paint law." It p

KYTV - 2017-09-22 05:03:00

Woman arrested following Thursday gas station shooting in Springfield

Police investigate the scene of a shooting at the Kum & Go on Chestnut Expressway just east of West Bypass on Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017. Andrew Jansen/News-Leader A 40-year-old woman was arrested Thursday night following a shooting at a gas station in northwest Springfield a few hours earlier. Melan

NEWS-LEADER.COM - 2017-09-22 21:20:38

3-vehicle crash involves Springfield school bus

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Police report no injuries after a Springfield school bus was involved in a three-vehicle crash. It happened just before 8 a.m. at Broadway and Norton. The bus and pickup were driven from the scene. The car did have extensive damage. We do not know what led up to the three-vehicl

KSPR.COM - 2017-09-22 16:37:00

Police: Arkansas Child Dies After Receiving 'Suspicious' Injuries

FORT SMITH, Ark. -- Fort Smith Police responded to the Mercy Hospital early Sept. 23 on reports that a 2-year-old boy had received "suspicious" injuries to his face, and was bleeding from his brain. He was pronounced dead later in the morning. A preliminary investigation revealed the boy had been a

OZARKS FIRST.COM - 2017-09-24 14:49:33

Radio host Delilah sees Springfield's spirit at Paint the Town

Radio host Delilah and hundreds of volunteers beautified Commercial Street on Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017, as part of her "Paint the Town" event. Andrew Jansen/News-Leader Delilah said during the process of choosing where to do her annual 'Paint the Town' event, she could tell there was a different sp

NEWS-LEADER.COM - 2017-09-23 19:23:43

Springfield Police Chief Addresses NAACP

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- "Justice is not being served for people of color in our communities," says Cheryl Clay, president of the Springfield NAACP. Clay is voicing frustrations she's had for some time. They are frustrations many of the people gathered in Springfield for the annual Missouri NAACP Confere

OZARKS FIRST.COM - 2017-09-24 03:21:53

Springfield Mercy Medicaid and Medicare decision is postponed

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Friday was the deadline the government could have gutted Springfield's Mercy Medicare and Medicaid funding. We just learned that decision has been postponed until sometime next week. This all comes from a investigation over alleged patient abuse and neglect. A government spokespe

KSPR.COM - 2017-09-22 18:34:00

Monett officer involved in fatal shooting back on duty

MONETT, Mo. (AP) - A Monett police officer who fatally shot a man in September has been cleared to return to active duty. The Monett police department said in a statement that officer Austin Royster returned to duty Friday after an internal investigation. Royster had been on administrative leave af

KSPR.COM - 2017-09-23 19:49:00

From dotard to Goliath, world reacts to Trump

NEW YORK (CNN) - A giant gold Goliath. Mentally deranged. A pusher of pipe dreams. World leaders pulled out the stops, and perhaps a thesaurus or two, to review President Donald Trump's first appearance at the UN General Assembly, the multi-day pageant of meetings known as the Super Bowl of Diplomac

OZARKS FIRST.COM - 2017-09-23 06:58:39

NFL airing unity ad in prime time on Sunday

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) - With President Donald Trump taking aim at the NFL and its players who protest during the national anthem, the league is broadcasting a message of unity. The NFL is dusting off a one-minute ad that it produced for the Super Bowl earlier this year. It was originally made to "demo

OZARKS FIRST.COM - 2017-09-24 15:27:30

Charles Bradley, soul singer who found fame late in life, dies at 68

(CNN) - Singer Charles Bradley, who was known as the "Screaming Eagle of Soul" because of his raspy voice and stirring performances, has died. He was 68. Bradley died in New York on Saturday surrounded by family, friends and some of his band members, according to a statement on his website. "It is w

OZARKS FIRST.COM - 2017-09-24 11:58:36

Group moves to hotel after mall protest arrests in St. Louis

ST. LOUIS (AP) - Protests of a white former police officer's acquittal in the killing of a black man in St. Louis moved to the Ritz Carlton hotel in Clayton, Missouri, after police arrested at least 22 people at an upscale shopping mall in a different suburb. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports th

KYTV - 2017-09-24 06:39:00

Springfield police chief, childhood reading advocate speak at Missouri NAACP conference

Speaking to NAACP members Saturday, Springfield Police Chief Paul Williams recalled how he scared some young black students when he walked into their elementary school one day. The youngsters weren't scared of the African-American minister accompanying Williams to do a lunch program in Tulsa years a

NEWS-LEADER.COM - 2017-09-23 23:29:43

Puerto Rico Suffers Major Damage after Hurricane Maria

PUERTO RICO - An evacuation is underway in Puerto Rico where as many as 70,000 people are downstream of a failing dam after Hurricane Maria ravaged the island. Most places are without power, cell towers are down and many roads are blocked or flooded. Outdated and fragile, most of Puerto Rico's power

OZARKS FIRST.COM - 2017-09-23 17:43:56

Springfield School Bus Involved In Three Vehicle Wreck

Police are investigating a three vehicle crash Friday morning involving a Springfield school bus. It happened just before 8 a.m. at Broadway and Norton. No injuries were reported on the bus or in the other two vehicles. The bus and a pickup were driven from the scene, but a car had extensive dama

KTTS - 2017-09-22 16:20:02