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Two women from West Plains who have climbed the ladders to success in their respective fields are recognized among the 2023 Top 50 Missourians You Should Know by Ingram’s Magazine, a long-standing business publication serving Kansas and Missouri. more
For the fourth year in a row, The Chaos Closet is sponsoring a storage unit for the 37th Circuit Children’s Division.  more
The West Plains R-7 School Board met Tuesday for its regular monthly meeting, a week earlier than usual in order to avoid having a meeting during the district's Thanksgiving break. more
A West Plains man has been charged with the felonies of first-degree robbery, armed criminal action and unlawful use of a weapon by exhibiting it, the charges filed after an alleged incident Thursday afternoon at the gas station and convenience store at the Snappy Mart at 502 Porter Wagoner Blvd. more
The West Plains Daily Quill office will be closed Thursday and Friday in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. Consequently, there will be no newspaper published on these days. The publication schedule will resume with the West Plains Gazette on Saturday. more
An attorney and Nixa resident with ties to the area has a case related to gun rights making its way through the federal appeals court system after it was rejected by the U.S. District Court, Western District of Missouri, headquartered in Springfield. more
A West Plains man arrested in October after allegedly trying to evade police has now been charged as a suspect in several break-ins and thefts at local businesses that happened in late September and early October, including the Ozarks Healthcare Pharmacy and a nearby church. more
The Salvation Army is once again seeking volunteers to serve as bell ringers to collect donations for the annual Red Kettle drive from Nov. 24 through Dec. 24. Individuals and groups of all ages are invited. more
MOUNTAIN VIEW — A town hall meeting held prior to Tuesday's Mtn. View City Council meeting was meant to allow public commentary and discussion of a controversial proposal to hire a city administrator. The position has reportedly had hit-and-miss success in the past and, some argue, the city can't afford the salary. more
In another shift to embrace the rapidly-evolving digital media landscape, the West Plains Daily Quill announces a transition from its traditional daily e-Edition format to a more dynamic, website-first news delivery approach. more
The American Hospital Association (AHA), in partnership with the Missouri Hospital Association (MHA), announced this week it has honored Tom Keller, president and CEO of Ozarks Healthcare in West Plains, with the Partnership for Action Grassroots Champion Award. more
Members of the West Plains R-7 School Board will meet at 5 p.m. Tuesday in the high school library with a closed session, followed by an open session at about 5:30. The meeting is being held a week earlier than usual to avoid holding it during the following week's Thanksgiving break. more
With no local program coordinator to organize a formal Toys for Tots community toy drive this year, several area nonprofits are stepping up to ensure that every child has an opportunity to receive a gift this Christmas. more
A three-vehicle crash at about 11:45 a.m. Thursday in rural Sharp County, Ark., claimed the life of a 26-year-old man from Williford, a community with a population of about 70 people located about 10 miles southeast of Hardy, Ark. more
The Richards School Board is set to hold its monthly session at 6 p.m. Thursday in the school boardroom. more
It's the time of year for many local governments to meet and discuss budgets for the upcoming year, going over the wish lists and urgent needs of their departments to determine priorities and finalize where money is spent and how much, and that's no different for the city of Willow Springs. more
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