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  • OMC to hold events for Heart Month January 20, 2019
    In honor of American Heart Month in February, Ozarks Medical Center is offering several free educational events and heart health screenings. West Plains Mayor Jack Pahlmann has signed a proclamation declaring February as Heart Month. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Protection, heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men […]
    Staff
  • JAG students travel to Washington January 20, 2019
    WEST PLAINS, Mo. — Six West Plains High School students, representing the Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) program attended the National JAG Leadership Academy in Washington D.C. recently. The JAG students competed in various competitions in the categories of Employability Skills, Math Skills, Project-based Learning and Public Speaking. The students also attended leadership workshops and […]
    Staff
  • Izard County JH Quiz Bowl places in tournament January 20, 2019
    BROCKWELL, Ark. — On Wednesday, January 9, the Izard County Consolidated Junior High Quiz Bowl team competed in the NAESC Tournament held at Ozarka College in Melbourne, Arkansas. The team placed 4th with an overall record of 3-2. Pictured front left-right is Ava Lewis, Chloe Blevins, Katelynn Johnson. Back left-right is Noah Stevenson, Garrett Roberts, […]
    Ed Button
  • Arkansas issues first 6 licenses to sell medical marijuana January 20, 2019
    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas has issued its first six licenses for companies to sell medical marijuana in the state. The Department of Finance and Administration on Friday said six of the 32 dispensaries the state Medical Marijuana Commission had announced it would license have paid the $15,000 licensing fee and posted the $100,000 […]
    The Associated Press
  • Affirmative action proposed for medical marijuana licensing January 20, 2019
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Now that Missouri is entering the medical marijuana industry, two Democratic lawmakers from Kansas City want to give businesses owned by women and minorities a slight edge in entering the market. The Kansas City Star reports that the virtually identical proposals by Rep. Barbara Washington and Sen. Kiki Curls give […]
    The Associated Press

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