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West Plains shelter for homeless in jeopardy
A program that's provided shelter for homeless people here for more than 25 years is at risk of closing if an alternative source of funding is not found to replace money that once came from Heart of the Ozarks United Way.
West Plains man killed in crash
A West Plains man was killed and a 4-year-old was seriously injured in a crash Thursday afternoon.
MSU board approves new fees for some programs
Missouri State University's Board of Governors voted unanimously today to raise fees for graduate students taking courses in many health-related fields, a growing enrollment area at MSU.
The Baxter Bulletin
School information for Thursday
<![CDATA[Following are the announced plans for Twin Lakes Area schools on Thursday: ARKANSAS * Yellville-Summit, classes begin at 10 a.m. with buses running school routes only MISSOURI * Bakersfield R-IV * Dora R-III * Gainesville R-5 * Lutie R-VI * West Plains Head Start * The Twin Lakes Literacy Council is closed Thursday, and the monthly meeting is canceled * The Northeast Lakeside Fire Association Auxiliary has postponed the spaghetti supper set for Saturday to March 15.
March 1-2 birthdays
She has four children, Libby Frates, of Sedalia, Charles Wear and Debbie Wear, both of Kansas City, and Gene Wear, of Columbia; 14 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
Douglas County Herald
Celebrating Lincolns and Washingtons birthdays is now called President's Day this Monday the 17th of February.
Lawmakers hurt state economy
Despite the success of expansion in Illinois, Arkansas and Kentucky, Missouri's refusal to take part in expanding Medicaid will cost Missouri hospitals $700 million in Medicaid payments and $3.3 billion in Medicare payments by 2019.