Howell County

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Pomona, Missouri
... Pomona is an unincorporated community in Howell County, Missouri, United States, midway between Willow Springs and West Plains ... Fire Protection District 2, a volunteer department located at 4898 County Road 1510 ... are connected to the rural water system, served by Pomona Water Supply, Howell County District One ...
Hocomo, Missouri
... Hocomo is a small unincorporated community in Howell County, Missouri, United States ... was founded in 1931 and its name comes from "HOwell COunty, MO" ... Municipalities and communities of Howell County, Missouri, United States County seat West Plains Cities Brandsville Mountain View West Plains Willow Springs Unincorporated communities Caulfield ...
List Of Townships In Missouri By County - Howell County
... Benton Chapel Dry Creek Goldsberry Howell Hutton Valley Myatt Siloam Springs Sisson South Fork Spring Creek Willow Springs ...
Howell County, Missouri - Politics - Missouri Presidential Preference Primary (2008)
... In the 2008 Missouri Presidential Primary, voters in Howell County from both political parties supported candidates who finished in second place in the state at large and nationally ... than any candidate from either party in Howell County during the 2008 Missouri Presidential Preference Primary ... Howell County, Missouri 2008 Republican primary in Missouri John McCain 1,347 (24.76%) Mike Huckabee 2,882 (52.97%) Mitt Romney 793 (14.57%) Ron Paul 356 (6.54%) Howell County, Missouri 2008 Democratic primary in ...

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