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Entry Title Date
Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act Of 2013—Motion To Proceed—Continued January 15, 2014
Roy Blunt, R-MO
"Toney is a former owner of a hardware store. When he closed his store, he was not able to find insurance. Toney is from West Plains, "
Emergency Unemployment Compensation Extension Act—Motion To Proceed January 8, 2014
Roy Blunt, R-MO
"This letter is from somebody who works at the Ozarks Medical Center and lives in West Plains."
Tribute To Dr. Duane Meyer November 13, 2012
Roy Blunt, R-MO
"As the academic landscape changed, so did the look of the campus. The campus expanded to 125 acres, the first public-private building—Hammons Student Center—was constructed along with three new classroom buildings and four new residence halls. During that period, Southwest Missouri State University added the State Fruit Experiment Station in Mountain Grove and a new campus in West Plains, Missouri. In recognition of his contributions, Southwest Missouri State University honored Dr. Meyer by naming the school’s new library after him."
Honoring Missouri State University—West Plains Men’S Basketball Team March 29, 2011
Jo Ann Emerson, R-MO
"Mr. Speaker, I am honored to congratulate the Missouri State University—West Plains Men’s Basketball team for playing their best season in Grizzly athletic history. The Grizzlies won the Region 16 regular season competition with a perfect 10-0 record. The team then proceeded to win the NJCAA Postseason Tournament and the NJCAA District 4 Championship."
Congratulating West Plains Senior High School April 15, 2010
Jo Ann Emerson, R-MO
"Madam Speaker, I am honored today to congratulate West Plains Senior High School, which was recently named by a study done by U.S. News and World Report as one of America’s Best High Schools. In a report on nearly 22,000 high schools in 48 states, West Plains Senior High repeatedly scored high marks in the three categories used to rank schools: test performance, college readiness, and the performance of low-advantage students. In all three areas, West Plains Senior High has consistently excelled."

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