The Daily Guide - Waynesville, MO
Updated at 10:09 PM

Waynesville finishes season 3-6, will host Camdenton next week for first round of districts

Updated at 6:15 PM

Honor Flight of the Ozarks, Springfield, MO, has an October flight for military veterans heading to Washington, DC, with a few more seats to fill on the plane."We have a flight on October 20, with a few more seats for World...

Updated at 6:13 PM

Lance Corporal Dominic Schraft, age 19, of Camp Pendleton, California, formerly of Vienna, died Monday, Oct. 5, 2015, at Camp Pendleton, California. Arrangements are under the direction of the Birmingham-Martin Funeral Homes, Vienna.

Updated at 5:43 PM

In June, the House and Senate Appropriations Committees approved separate spending bills, each of which would render crippling cuts to the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), a small federal agency that administers...

Updated at 5:41 PM

It is hard to believe but the budget year for 2015 is beginning to wind down. There are actually only 9 weeks left in this year’s budget, since the last 3 weeks are basically locked down so the County can shore up expenses and...

Updated at 5:40 PM

A Pulaski County jury found a man guilty on a drug charge after drug task force officers found heroin in his possession with an estimated street value of $20,000.

Updated at 5:39 PM

A Republican and a Democrat expected to run for Missouri governor raised more than $1 million apiece in recent months that could be spent on what's turning out to be an expensive race.

Updated at 5:37 PM

Music, food, children's activities and fireworks will all be part of the 50th anniversary celebration of the Gateway Arch.

Updated at 5:33 PM

You may or may not be familiar with the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) but the Pulaski County Humane Society (PCHS) has been a receiving charity for three years now.  The contributions received through this campaign have been...

Updated at 5:31 PM

Missouri Republican lawmakers Wednesday brainstormed potential changes to state abortion laws, including ramping up oversight and an idea to require memorials for aborted fetuses.

Updated at 5:29 PM

The remains of a Civil War soldier will be reburied in a southwest Missouri cemetery four years after they were illegally removed from a national battlefield site.

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