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Once important to both wildlife and humans in southern Missouri, the Ozark chinquapin’s abundance has diminished. People can find out how they can make sure this tree remains part of the Ozarks … more
Great horned, barred, barn or screech ... owls are among us, so why not learn more about them? These nocturnal birds of prey have many fascinating secrets to reveal. The Missouri Department of … more
January is National Human Trafficking Prevention Month, marking the anniversary of the passage of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000. The Missouri Department of Transportation has joined … more
Several area churches are holding special Easter services, including the following:• Sunrise service, 7 a.m. April 17, with breakfast following the service, Louisburg Christian Church, U.S. 65 … more
Ozarks Community Health Center opened its first OCHC Medical/Behavioral Clinic in Urbana seven years ago. Today the clinic is operating out of a newly constructed facility that more than doubles the … more
The Old Home Place Concert Series will host songwriter Kelly Hunt accompanied by fiddler Stas Heaney at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 13.This unique listening-room environment music series is held at Maple … more
Dallas County Health Department has been awarded a $350,000 grant from the Sunderland Foundation for their building project. The goal of our construction project is to serve more Dallas County … more
The Ozarks Community Health Center’s Urbana Medical/Behavioral Health Center is now at 406 S. Dallas St., Urbana, just one-half mile south of Urbana on U.S. 65. The newly constructed clinic … more
Deanna Moore has been selected as the new publisher of the Phillips Media weekly group in southwest Missouri. Moore will be in charge of the daily newspaper operations for The Marshfield Mail, … more
A foster, relative, guardianship and adoptive parent support group will meet Jan. 18 at Grace Community Church, 1652 S. Ash St., Buffalo.Soup and sandwiches will be served at 6 p.m., and training and … more
When temperatures fall, beef producers should watch for signs of fescue foot in their beef herds.“As the cold weather moves in, you are likely to notice some cows or yearlings on fescue … more
Owls are infrequently seen because of their nocturnal lifestyles. But that doesn’t mean they’re not appreciated. Because they hunt mice, rats and other rodents that can be pests for … more
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