End of Hunting Season Totals

Jerry Elliott, the Protection District Supervisor of the Missouri Department of Conservation, has released deer and turkey hunting totals for the end of the harvest season…

Elliot also has the top three counties that harvested deer..

Crossbows are now allowed to be used for archery season…

This past season only four firearm related injuries were reported. Elliot tells us more about them…

Wright County Crisis Center

The Wright County Crisis Center is always busy, Mindy Mallory, tells us more…

Mindy had a suggestion for your spring cleaning…

She now tells us when the donation hours are.

Weather Power Outages

With recent weather power outages were expected, Intercounty Electric was standing by and meet it head on. Heather Satterfield explains…

Heather tells us what makes winter weather cause outages.

Intercounty had dedicated linemen that keep it running.

Deadly Roads

Americans are far more likely to be killed by a vehicle while walking than by many other means, and a new report takes a look at those victims and where they lived. More from Veronica Carter.

Boosting your immune system

This time of the year, staying healthy seems to be the name of the game. Mike Powers with Meadowbrook Natural Foods in Mountain Grove says that diet is  good place to start…

Boosting your immune system can be helpful with so many bugs going around. Medowbrook’s manager, Bonnie Wright, highlights some of the best natural products for doing so…

Wright also highly recommends something known to combat many types of enemies that attack the body…

Mike Powers adds another popular option…

Since apple cider vinegar isn’t the most tasty beverage, Wright has a suggestion….

There’s also something you can inhale to feel better…

Last but not least, be sure to take care of what our bodies are most made up of…

For more information on the products mentioned, go to Meadowbrook Natural Foods on the square in Mountain Grove or call 417-926-6614.

New clothing has arrived at the Panther Den

Member of the Mtn Grove School Board and owner of Mtn Grove and Family Pharmacies, Shane Coffman explains why it was created and who it supports… 

Coffman says the funds go to good use in needy areas that might receive monetary support otherwise…

Coffman is also the father of 2 starters on the Mtn Grove Panther Boys Varsity Basketball team.  Coffman says Tuesday night’s game action was anything but boring…

Coffman was asked if the tension in Tuesday’s triple overtime win was an over the top nail biting experience…..

To support the Panther Den and dawn the maroon and grey, stop by Family Pharmacy at 1600 North Main Street in Mtn Grove.

Missouri Minimum Wage

Minimum wages increased in 20 states at the start of the year, a shift that lift pay for millions of individuals and shed light on a long-running debate about whether mandated pay increases at the bottom do more harm or good for workers. Brian Clark, told us what he thought about minimum wage jobs…

In Massachusetts, the minimum wage rose $1, to $11 an hour, a change that affects about 291,000 workers. In California, the minimum went up 50 cents, to $10.50 an hour, boosting pay for 1.7 million individuals.

Wages are also going up in many Republican-led states, where politicians have traditionally been skeptical of the benefits of minimum-wage increases.

End of Gold and Blue Tournament

The Mountain Grove Panthers played their last game of the Blue and Gold tournament Wednesday Night and lost to Bolivar. Coach Hiler was asked what his initial thoughts of the outcome were…

The Head Coach was then asked what the team was doing to look forward to now…

Hiler shared his thoughts and emotions about returning to the blue and gold tournament..

Missouri Special Olympics

The State Summer Games are coming up for the Special Olympics in Missouri.  The organization promotes excellence and inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities thru year round sports. The Special Olympics transforms lives thru the joy of sport.  It’s the largest sports organization in the world, with nearly 4 million athletes in more than 170 countries, and fifteen thousand of them are here in Missouri.  Lieutenant James Tooley with the Mtn Grove Fire Department says sports do more than create competition…

Special Olympics Missouri has initiatives to activate youth, engage kids with intellectual disabilities, build communities, and improve health of the athletes.  According to Lieutenant Tooley the opportunity to compete leads to an unforgettable experience…

Plans for a local fundraiser are underway.  Tooley wants to make sure local kids who want to go, have the opportunity to travel to the State Summer Games, without burdening parents pocketbooks…

Local from Mountain Grove In Hall of Fame

Jerry Armstrong was inducted into Missouri Sports Hall of Fame last Wednesday, Jerry Armstrong came to TheGrove for an interview this week, and was asked what was the most exciting part of his basketball career…

Armstrong then proceeded to talk about what means more to him than any award in the world…

Armstrong closed with thanking everyone who came to support him at the ceremonies…