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  • Tecumseh Man Completes 2.5 Week Long Hiking Trail January 21, 2022
    Tecumseh, Mo. – Ozark Radio News got the opportunity to talk to Bill Driscoll, a Tecumseh man of 66 who recently completed the Ouachita Trail which spans from Arkansas to Oklahoma, across 223 miles. During the interview, Bill talks about the time it took him, the training it required, and his love of getting into […]
    Daniel Williams
  • Birthdays Friday, Jan. 21 January 21, 2022
    Char Hansel Lori Sharp        57 Jason Swope            53           WP Bryant Von Allman        31 SATURDAY Amanda Smith              40        WP Pat Elledge                  84 Richie English  […]
  • New federal CDL training requirement taking effect Feb. 7 January 21, 2022
    Jefferson City, MO —The Missouri Department of Revenue is notifying current and future commercial motor vehicle (CMV) operators of the regulations related to a new federally mandated training program set to take effect Feb. 7, 2022. Beginning that day, all new commercial driver license (CDL) applicants and those applying for certain CDL upgrades must be listed in the federal Training […]
    Daniel Williams
  • Marilyn Louise McReynolds January 21, 2022
    Marilyn Louise McReynolds, a resident of Willow Springs, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday afternoon, January 18, 2022, with her husband, David by her side. She was born in Twin Bridges, MO on June 3, 1949 to Ival Roy Tooley and Erma Lee (Collins) Tooley. She was 72 years old. Marilyn graduated from WSHS Class of […]
    Daniel Williams
  • Missouri Redistricting Map Moves from House to Senate January 21, 2022
    Jefferson City, Mo. – The members of the Missouri House have approved and sent legislation to the Senate that will establish new boundaries for Missouri’s eight congressional districts. The House approved the congressional redistricting plan (HB 2117) Wednesday morning by a vote of 86-67. State Rep. Dan Shaul, who chairs the House Special Committee on […]
    Daniel Williams
  • MSU-West Plains Releases it’s 2021 Fall Semester Chancellor’s List January 21, 2022
    WEST PLAINS, Mo.– Officials at Missouri State University-West Plains (MSU-WP) have announced their Chancellor’s List honorees for the 2021 fall semester. To qualify for the MSU-WP Chancellor’s List, students must have earned a 4.0 grade point average for 12 or more credit hours taken during the semester. Students who maintain a 3.5 to 3.99 grade […]
    Daniel Williams
  • All-Inclusive Playground Equipment to be Built in West Plains January 20, 2022
    West Plains, Mo. – The West Plains City Council met in regular session Tuesday, January 18. During the meeting, the council approved a cooperative agreement between the city and the West Plains Public Library Board of Trustees and selected bids for all-inclusive playground equipment. The council unanimously approved Resolution 2022-01, a resolution to approve the […]
    Daniel Williams
  • Wanda Lou Laxton January 20, 2022
    Wanda Lou Laxton Wanda Lou Laxton, 76, Springfield, Missouri, passed away at 2:55 p.m., Tuesday, January 18, 2022, at her home.  Arrangements are under the direction of Robertson-Drago Funeral Home.   She was born September 19, 1945 at West Plains, Missouri.  On May 16, 1964, she was married at West Plains to Dwight Jennings Laxton, who preceded […]
  • Sports for Thursday Jan 20th January 20, 2022
    Garylee has sports for Jan 20th The MSU-WP Grizzlies were at STL CC last night with more here is Harlan Hutchison. 60-54 the final score and the Grizzlies with the win. The MSU WP Grizzlies host Moberly Saturday night at 7pm at the WPCC game will be broadcast on kdy 102.5.   The Southeastern Conference […]
    Gary Lee
  • Weekly Fishing Report For Lake North Fork January 20, 2022
    Gary Farace has your fishing report.
    Gary Lee