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Let me tell you, when you ask for help from the members of 160 Church of Christ, you get help! In the form of recipes and prayers, especially when Darley steps in to help. And Darley, I’m sure the prayers are more beneficial than the recipes in my condition, but I appreciate both very much, and both are very helpful. Thank you, Darley, and all who joined. more
Hello, fellow food lovers! Welcome back to my kitchen, where today we are about to undertake an exquisite culinary adventure that transcends the boundaries of an ordinary meal. We are about to enter the gastronomic world of high-class cuisine and master the art of the gourmet burger. more
In the pages of boxing history, few stories are as inspiring as that of Jersey Joe Walcott, the oldest heavyweight champion at the time of his coronation, who finally reached the pinnacle of his career on July 18, 1951. This year marks the 72nd anniversary of that epic bout when Walcott, born Arnold Raymond Cream, claimed the heavyweight title from Ezzard Charles at Forbes Field in Pittsburgh. This retrospective examines the boxing career of Walcott, his landmark victory, and the enduring legacy he left behind. more
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) and the Missouri Community Forestry Council (MCFC) are accepting nominations for the 2023 Missouri Arbor Award of Excellence. The annual award recognizes communities, institutions, businesses, organizations and individuals that make significant and long-lasting efforts to care for trees in their communities. more
Your beautiful tomato plant is setting fruit and soon has nice green tomatoes. Then, to your horror, a dark sunken spot shows up at the bottom of the fruit. more
With more than 90% of Missouri under drought, browning lawns and wilting cornfields are common sights. But don’t forget about your trees. A lawn can be replaced in months, but it takes decades to replace a large tree, says University of Missouri Extension natural resources specialist Joni Harper. more
The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s (DESE’s) Agricultural Education section, along with partners at the Missouri Department of Agriculture (MDA), developed a new five-year strategic plan to provide direction from 2024-2029 for agricultural education, officials announced early this month. more
The Fulton County Fair in Salem, Ark., kicks off Wednesday and runs through Saturday. Fair organizers have announced the schedule of events: more
“Last year’s drought and ongoing dry conditions have left many livestock producers with low forage and feed supplies. A workshop outlining strategies for managing this situation has been scheduled,” says Sarah Kenyon, University of Missouri Extension field specialist in agronomy.  more
With the onset of July, the countrywide recognition of Independent Retailer Month offers an opportunity to reflect on the significance of local businesses. In the heart of Howell County, West Plains is home to a thriving community of independent retailers that power the local economy. more
As readers are well aware, the West Plains Daily Quill has announced a major transition towards a primarily digital product, a move set to provide readers with faster, more comprehensive news delivery. more
In a triumphant celebration of cinema and local history, the iconic Avenue Theatre in downtown West Plains is set to bring movies back to its screen after a hiatus of 37 years. Closed to films since 1986, the rejuvenated theatre is now ready to roll the reel, promising an enchanting mix of new releases, timeless classics, and captivating independent films, starting August. more
Programs and purchase of circulation items were among the topics discussed at the most recent meeting of the Friends of the West Plains Public Library, held Monday at the library. About 25 officers, members, and other interested community members heard from the organization's officers and West Plains Public Library Director Dr. Greg Carter, who shared his vision for the library and talked about planned programs and building improvements and maintenance. more
Ettie Berneking recently joined Mercy as media relations and communications manager for hospitals and clinics in Springfield and the surrounding area, including Mercy St. Francis in Mtn. View. more
Baxter Health, based in Mtn. Home, Ark., with a clinic in West Plains, has been recognized as one of the Best Places to Work in Arkansas by Arkansas Business for the fifth consecutive year, officials announced. more
While formula-feeding babies is a safe and convenient option, research studies have shown natural breastfeeding is linked to numerous health benefits for both mother and child. For mothers, breastfeeding can improve recovery after giving birth and lower the risks of cancer. For babies, the nutrients strengthen their immune system and help lower their risk of developing obesity and diabetes. more
Houston resident 54-year-old Kevin McGowen woke up on the morning of Thursday, June 1, and didn’t feel quite right. more
It's zucchini season! Every year I get asked " What can I make with all my zucchini? "  And every year I reply with the same stale answers, pickles, relish, or bread.  Not this year, move over old recipes, there's a new one in town and it's taken over the internet, and possibly Taco Tuesday.  more
We are hosting a Baby Shower at the market this Saturday for Pregnancy Resource Center and we are asking the whole community to participate in much needed items to help our mothers and babies. The items needed are: disposable diapers (newborn to size 7), pullups, disposable wipes, formula- any kind, baby food – any brand. Thank you for helping our moms and babies! more
Hello, all you food lovers out there! Today, we’re diving into an amazing culinary experience, perfect for those lazy, sun-soaked summer afternoons. We're talking about our 'Ultimate Summer BBQ Shrimp Extravaganza.' What sets this shrimp recipe apart is our homemade, tangy barbeque sauce, fresh shrimp, and an array of flavorful spices. So, without further ado, let's get started! more
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