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Missouri State University-Springfield awarded 574 degrees to students in summer 2022. more
Officials with Southern New Hampshire University, Manchester, N.H., congratulate four area students on being named to the summer 2022 president's list. The summer terms run from May to August. more
Drew Harris of West Plains is a recipient of the College Board's National Rural and Small Town Recognition Program award. more
Amon Mefford of West Plains was the third place prize package winner in a July Shop Indie contest sponsored by the Quill, with jars left at various independent businesses for entries, and prize … more
Pat Hirzel, West Plains, turned 100 on Thursday. The occasion was honored with two birthday celebrations, one at The Timbers, where she lived until two months ago, and another at West Vue Nursing … more
Lena Blanche Tackitt, Caulfield, celebrated her 100th birthday Friday at the Caulfield Community Building surrounded by family and friends, with a potluck, birthday cake and other desserts. And … more
Lena Blanche Tackitt, Caulfield, celebrated her 100th birthday Friday at the Caulfield Community Building surrounded by family and friends, with a potluck, birthday cake and other desserts. more
Missouri’s Appellate Judicial Commission submitted its panel of nominees to fill the vacancy on the Missouri Court of Appeals, Southern District, this week. The nominees are up for … more
  The Missouri Rural Water Association (MRWA) Apprenticeship Program this week recognized three area men who have completed apprenticeship programs to become journeyman wastewater systems … more
Rep. David Evans, 154th District, left, presents Margaret McLain Balough with House resolution “acknowledging a momentous occasion of a beloved senior citizen” to commemorate her upcoming … more
Early Friday morning, the Quill was alerted to people gathering on the courthouse lawn wearing matching shirts, in a possible protest. Happily, when a reporter went to investigate, it turned out to … more
  The city of West Plains and personnel from Burns & McDonnell out of Kansas City will conduct citywide smoke testing on the sanitary sewer lines between Aug. 15 and Sept. 30 According … more
Jack and Inez Pahlmann, of West Plains, have donated $25,000 to the Ozarks Healthcare Foundation’s fundraising initiative for a mobile mammography unit, announce officials with the … more
  Howell County resident Allena Redburn Vonallmen turned 100 years old Thursday. Three Rivers Hospice and Cedarhurst joined forces to celebrate Vonallmen’s 100th birthday with live … more
The Board of Directors for Community First Banking Company, has announced that after 25 years, Newt Brill has retired as an active board director and been named director emeritus.  Brill … more
There are still openings for this year’s Citizens Academy, which begins Sept. 7, say officials with the West Plains Police Department.  Anyone interested in participating is encouraged … more
Broadway will be reduced to one lane through August, from Porter Wagoner Boulevard to Washington Avenue in West Plains, as contractor crews perform pavement repairs, announce officials with the … more
The annual Carrell/Marshell reunion for descendants of Peter and Mary Carrell will be held starting at 10:30 a.m. Aug. 6 at the West Plains Senior Center, 416 E. Main St. A potluck lunch will be … more
Due to a computer malfunction, city of Willow Springs utility bills should be mailed out by Aug. 5, city officials announced Wednesday.  They added that bills will be due Aug. 19 without … more
Brittany Leigh Campbell of Gainesville graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Interior Design from the University of Central Arkansas during the May commencement exercises. Campbell was among … more
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