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Smoke testing in West Plains this Wednesday, Thursday - Ozark Radio News
WEST PLAINS, Mo. — The city of West Plains will be conducting sewer line testing from Industrial Drive north to Sunset Terrace on Wednesday and Thursday, September 19-20.
Missouri Supreme Court hears appeal from man sentenced to death for killing state trooper, for a second time - Missourinet
Shockley killed Missouri State Highway Patrol Sergeant Dewayne Graham on March 20, 2005. In 2009, a jury convicted him of first-degree murder and armed criminal action for the shooting. It also convicted him of leaving the scene of an accident in November 2004.
Missouri rancher sues over deaths of cattle in flooding
In letters sent to BNSF, Hoover says he has found cattle in various states of decay as recent as April of this year, stressing this is an on-going issue.
Jellyfish in Missouri? Now is the best time to see them
MONROE COUNTY, Mo. — A day on the water at Mark Twain State Park could have you seeing more than fish and birds.An employee with the Missouri Department of Conservationrecently took a videoof dozens of freshwater jellyfish floating on the surface of Lake Tom Sawyer. September is the perfect time to
Man facing felony charges after swiping ATV
Officers arrived on scene and began a search, but the man then rode the ATV back out of the woods, and it was identified as the stolen unit. The man in possession of the ATV was identified as Daniel L. Cooper, 34, of 503 E. 4thSt. in Mountain View. While speaking with deputies, Cooper reportedly adm
Ozark rancher files suit against BNSF Railway, claims the company killed dozens of cattle
WEST PLAINS, Mo. --An Ozarks cattleman is suing a train company over the death of dozens of his cattle.The lawsuit now in federal court, says the company failed to provide adequate drainage and fencing around its railway, leading to his animal's deaths.The lawsuit originally filed last month in Howe
Work on right-in/right-out begins - Ozark Radio News
WEST PLAINS, Mo. — Crews in the city of West Plains are working on several projects, including a right-in/right-out on Highway 63.City marketing director Todd Shanks told Ozark Radio News that motorists should be aware of this and other projects:
Cabool man seriously injured after being hit by truck - Ozark Radio News
CABOOL, Mo. — A Cabool man was seriously injured Sunday evening after the Highway Patrol says he stepped into the path of an oncoming vehicle.41-year-old Mike Scranlin was flown from the scene to Mercy Hospital in Springfield.The incident happened around 6:30 pm Sunday a half-mile north of Cabool on
West Plains FFA fruit sales underway - Ozark Radio News
WEST PLAINS, Mo. — The West Plains FFA is selling fruit and other items to raise funds for the program.Chapter president Caitlin Jedlicka told Ozark Radio News about the sales:The final day to place orders is October 3. For more information or to place an order call 417-256-6150.
Comedian, juggler to grace the civic center stage October 4 - Ozark Radio News
WEST PLAINS, Mo. — Comedian and juggler Marcus Monroe will bring his award-winning talents to the West Plains Civic Center stage for a 7 pm performance on Thursday, October 4.Tickets for the event, sponsored by the University/Community Programs Department at Missouri State University-West Plains, ar
Houston officers issue several citations
The following are excerpts from reports generated by the Houston Police Department:•Lina V. Vaughan, 51, of 16138 Durham Road in Houston, was issued citations for driving with a suspended license, failure to register a motor vehicle and no insurance after a traffic stop on Thomasville Road at about
Pancake fundraiser scheduled for Zizzer Pride band - Ozark Radio News
WEST PLAINS, Mo. — The McDonald’s location at 1315 Preacher Roe Blvd. in West Plains will host an all you can eat pancake fundraiser for the Zizzer Pride band on September 18 from 4-7 pm.Tickets are $5 and can be purchased from any band member or at the door.
Queen City crowned best college town in Missouri
Springfield was recently named the best college town in Missouri byReviews.org. But is it? Here is what students and staff have to say:Reviews.orgis a review site that researches and tests products to provide unbiased reviews to consumers, according to Aaron Gunderson, marketing director forReviews.
Paragould woman accused of stealing, cashing lottery tickets
PARAGOULD, AR (KAIT) - A woman faces a felony fraud charge after police say she stole lottery tickets from her place of employment and cashed them in.Paragould police officers arrested Margaret L. Price, 32, on Friday on suspicion of lottery fraud.According to court documents, while employed at Jord
Missouri girl, 2, hit and killed by ice cream truck
Felicity Karam, 2, died after being struck by an ice cream truck in Missouri. (GoFundMe)A 2-year-old girl was fatally struck by an ice cream truck over the weekend in Missouri, police said.
New Cracker Barrel opens in Missouri community
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. will open its first new Missouri location in 13 years in Belton’s Cornerstone Pointe development today.The new 10,000-square foot restaurant and gift shop at the southeast corner of 163rd Street and Interstate 49 is Cracker Barrel’s first location in Cass Count
Police Investigating After Two Found Dead Inside A Home
"Young,Christian family, hardworking. One child, never messed with anybody, minded their own business," says Sheard.
1 dead, 1 injured after officer involved shooting in Jacksonville
JACKSONVILLE, Ark. (KTHV) – On Saturday, Sept. 15, at 10:38 p.m., officers with the Jacksonville Police Department responded to Stanphil Road, in reference to an aggravated assault.
10 Fascinating Facts About the Missouri State Penitentiary - Toptenz.net
Located in Jefferson City, the Missouri State Penitentiary has a very long and pretty dark history. In its 168 years operating as aprison, the location saw many deaths, riots, suicides, and even fires. The inmates nicknamed the prison “the walls,” because of the large stone walls that surrounded the
Still Confusion Over When Missouri's Real ID Deadline Is
Confusion continues about how long Missourians will be able to fly with current state ID’s.A report from Missourinet says Missouri’s Revenue Department has acknowledged that its deadline to comply with the federal Real ID Act is October 10th but says there is a grace period through January 21st.Kent