Studies are beginning to prove that nature does, indeed, calm us. Calm, soothing sounds in nature reflect their strength towards people. The research proves this truth. A collaboration between Carleton University, Colorado State University, and Michigan State University and the National Park Service examined 18 previous studies about the effects of natural sounds on human […]
Even though schools are reopened, enrollment is down. Could this be a local issue? Let’s look at some facts.
Saturday only, Catherine Hollis is hosting a yard sale. This is an annual event that she shares with her kindred. Deals for all ages.
The spring is officially here, and these mammals are leaving their winter dens in search of food. Missourians need to “Be Bear Aware.”
Hot and venturous days have come upon us. Sometimes after a long hard day, leg cramps develop. Here are five things to do to get rid of them.
No clear bags are provided for itemized fruit and vegetables. For my handpicked oranges, tomatoes, or peppers, nothing.
Ozarks Healthcare is hosting a Medical Academy of Science and Health (M*A*S*H) Camp this July for 7-12 graders. Registration by May 20, 2022.
There is nothing like spring in full bloom. Local farmers have been working long hours for several months.
This year, we celebrate it on Sunday, May 8. Mother’s Day is a special day to celebrate mothers and motherhood.
There are many farmers markets in the local area. Which one is right for you? Here’s a guide to finding the right one for you.
It is May now.The time has come to begin your spring gardening routine. Here are a few tips to help you get started.
Harps Food Stores are changing. The Thayer and West Plains stores in Missouri are developing, closing and remodeling.