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  • OMC pledges $300K to expand MSU-WP nursing program 09/20/2019
    WEST PLAINS, Mo. — Missouri State University has announced that Ozarks Medical Center has made a $300,000 commitment to help Missouri State University-West Plains expand its Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) degree program. The commitment will be paid in $100,000 installments each year for the next three years, according to a memorandum of understanding […]
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  • WP LPN accused of sexual contact with nursing home resident 09/20/2019
    WEST PLAINS, Mo. — A West Plains man faces charges after allegedly having sexual contact with a resident of a nursing home while working as a licensed practical nurse. 43-year-old Steven Stroman faces two misdemeanor counts of 1st degree sexual conduct with a nursing facility resident or vulnerable person. Court documents filed in the case […]
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  • Vanzant man injured in Thursday crash 09/20/2019
    DOUGLAS COUNTY – A resident of Vanzant suffered moderate injuries Thursday morning after the vehicle he was driving crossed the center line, overcorrected, ran off-road and struck a number of trees. 81-year-old Richard Stickel was taken from the scene of the 8 am accident to Ozarks Medical Center in West Plains. The accident happened 1 […]
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  • Five injured in Thursday crash in WP 09/20/2019
    WEST PLAINS, Mo. — Five people suffered minor injuries Thursday afternoon after a two-vehicle accident in West Plains. A report from the Highway Patrol states the accident happened around 12:14 pm on Preacher Roe Blvd. when the southbound vehicle driven by 80-year-old Sarah Holloway of West Plains attempted to turn when it was rear-ended by […]
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  • Pace Construction slated to do milling, paving work 09/20/2019
    WEST PLAINS, Mo. — City officials say Pace Construction will be in West Plains on Saturday, September 21, milling and paving Howell Avenue from Joe Jones Boulevard to Myrtle Street and Washington Avenue from the railroad tracks to Third Street near the Washington Avenue bridge. Beginning Monday, September 23, Pace will begin milling the 1000 […]
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  • Jillian Cardarelli Stops Taking Herself So Seriously 09/20/2019
    Embedded from If this brand new music video from country newcomer Jillian Cardarelli is any indication, she is just starting to take her own advice: let’s stop taking ourselves so seriously. The video was directed by Preston Leatherman. We had a chance to catch up with Cardarelli for the premiere of her “I Never... […]
    Alison Bonaguro
  • Josh Turner’s Longtime Sound Man Dies in Tour Bus Accident 09/19/2019
    Late on Wednesday night (Sept. 18), after a Josh Turner show at the Vina Robles Amphitheater in Paso Robles, California, one of the tour buses carrying the singer’s road crew crashed while traveling eastbound on Highway 46 in San Luis Obispo County. The bus reportedly drove off of a 50-foot cliff at round 11:30 p.m.... […]
    Alison Bonaguro
  • Kenny Chesney: “I Was Raised to Lend a Hand” 09/19/2019
    Because he is so modest, this is a side of Kenny Chesney we rarely see: his big ol’charitable heart. But thanks to the Country Radio Broadcasters’ board of directors, everyone will get acquainted with that side of Chesney when he accepts the 2020 Artist Humanitarian Award. “I was raised to lend a hand where I... […]
    Alison Bonaguro
  • Steve Wariner Considers Himself a Musician First 09/19/2019
    Steve Wariner recalls working with Chet Atkins and Dottie West
    Craig Shelburne
  • Julia Cole Shares Her Story Through Sign Language 09/19/2019
    Julia Cole incorporates sign language into her new video, "Trust You."
    Craig Shelburne



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