Alexis Olney signs her letter of intent to play volleyball at East Central
After falling behind early Waynesville comes back to defeat Washington in overtime
Owner and accused killer face the same charges,'irresponsible' social media activity prolongs case
Army CBRN School, Chemical Corps bids farewell to 27th Chief of Chemical
State Representative Steve Lynch (R-122) filed HB 2095 that allows a corporation to institute an eviction action or appear in any eviction proceeding without an attorney, if they so choose.
David Earl Lundin, 60, of Rolla, was charged Friday with first-degree murder, a Class A felony. He was placed in the Phelps County Jail after he was caught shortly before 9 p.m. Thursday. Richard R. Finnell, 57, has been identified as the deceased victim.
It's not everyday students get to drive a robot through the school cafeteria, but Waynesville fifth and sixth graders got that opportunity on Tuesday. Students in Laura Laughlin’s fifth and sixth grade LEAP (Learning Enrichment and Acceleration...
Adjutant General of the Mo. National Guard outlines a few possible economic plans for post
The sun comes out and the temperature climbs bravely into the 40s. You shake off cabin fever with a stroll around a lake or pond and through the neighborhood. Birds are singing and the fish in the pond are… dead!
After running over Lebanon, the Waynesville Tigers will face Washington in the Class 5 District 10 Championship game on Thursday
Lebanon comes back in the final seconds to topple Waynesville, the number one seed in the District 10 tournament
Abnormally cold temperatures and excessive snowfall have made this winter extra expensive for locals.
The National Weather Service (NWS), State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) and Missouri's local emergency management offices urge Missourians to use Missouri Severe Weather Awareness Week, March 3-7, to plan and prepare for how they will react to...
Route 66 Candy Shoppe in Downtown Waynesville is offering free fudge to anyone who weighs more than 300 pounds for Fat Tuesday.
The Meramec Regional Community Foundation (MRCF) recently selected the Pulaski County Community Organization Active in Disasters (COAD) to receive $7,806.08 from the Pulaski County Flood Relief Fund.
February may go into the records as the coldest in 35 years, says Pat Guinan, state climatologist at the University of Missouri.
Lemuel Johnson, a former WHS wrestler, placed fourth in the National Junior College Athletic Association Championships over the weekend
Local authorities now know more about the skeletal remains found in the Dixon area last October.
The Lady Hornets' season ends at the District 9 Championship game following a loss to the third-ranked Plato Eagles
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