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While the high reached 99° at the Ozark Radio Network on June 27, the West Plains Civic Center marked 101°, tying the record high for that day in the area. (ORN Photo)

(West Plains) – With the extreme temperatures seen this week, West Plains has opened a number of cooling centers to help people beat the heat. City Emergency Management Director Kent Edge spoke with Ozark Radio News and told us more:

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Officials say that the Mountain View Senior Center and Willow Springs Senior Center are also open in those cities as cooling stations.

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