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London roads and Tube stations flooded as thunderstorms strike south of England - Evening Standard

London roads and Tube stations flooded as thunderstorms strike south of England  Evening StandardLondon flo...

Sajid Javid apologises for suggesting nation should not 'cower' from coronavirus - Telegraph.co.uk

Sajid Javid apologises for suggesting nation should not 'cower' from coronavirus  Telegraph.co.ukSajid Javi...

Man, woman and child who died in Loch Lomond named by police - The Guardian

Man, woman and child who died in Loch Lomond named by police  The GuardianLoch Lomond: Man, woman and child...

Thousands evacuated as US wildfires burn across California and Nevada - BBC News - BBC News

Thousands evacuated as US wildfires burn across California and Nevada - BBC News  BBC NewsClimate crisis ‘a...

Coronavirus infections continue to fall in UK - BBC News

Coronavirus infections continue to fall in UK  BBC NewsBig fall in Covid cases suggests third wave has peak...

Collapse of fairground ride in Northern Ireland was caused by teenagers 'misusing equipment' - Daily Mail

Collapse of fairground ride in Northern Ireland was caused by teenagers 'misusing equipment'  Daily MailCar...

The Queen had a lucky escape from Boris Johnson’s ‘sod it’ attitude to Covid - The Guardian

The Queen had a lucky escape from Boris Johnson’s ‘sod it’ attitude to Covid  The GuardianBoris Johnson to ...






West Plains

West Plains is a city in Howell CountyMissouri, United States. The population was 11,986 at the 2010 Census. It is the county seat of Howell County.[9]

The history of West Plains can be traced back to 1832, when settler Josiah Howell (after whom Howell County is named) created the first settlement in the region known as Howell Valley. West Plains was so named because the settlement was on a prairie in a westerly direction from the nearest town, Thomasville.[10]

The Courthouse Square Historic DistrictElledge Arcade BuildingsInternational Shoe Company BuildingMount Zion Lodge Masonic TempleW. J. and Ed Smith Building, and West Plains Bank Building are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.[11]