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Quincy L. Collins, 28, Dora, has added five felony charges to a list of multiple felonies already filed in Howell County, many related to domestic assault. more
A West Plains man charged in March with five felony counts of possession of child pornography and arrested in April in Nebraska has been issued a summons to appear in court June 7 for a trial setting in the courtroom of Presiding 37th Circuit Judge Steven Privette, but court records show the summons was returned undeliverable on Friday after he moved without leaving a forwarding address. more
Two teams from Richards School will once again travel to the national finals at the American Rocketry Challenge in Washington, D.C., giving their best shot at a win that would send them to an international competition in England. more
High School Principal Ryan Smith began Friday’s West Plains High School commencement ceremony by commenting on the challenges faced by this year's seniors, 280 in all. more
Music at the 30th annual Old-Time Music, Ozarks Heritage Festival will begin at noon June 7 and 8, featuring a variety of performers on two stages: the West Plains Civic Center theater stage indoors, and and outdoor stage set up on Court Square. more
In the spirit of those who established Missouri State University-West Plains over 60 years ago, campus officials presented William W. “Bill” Shaw, Birch Tree, with the prestigious Granvil Vaughan Founder’s Award during Saturday’s commencement ceremony at the West Plains Civic Center. more
Margaret Keister, former manager of Brill Title Company in West Plains, received an honorary Associate of Arts in General Studies degree from Missouri State University-West Plains. more
The Zizzer Pride Band has a new leader. more
Glenwood School and the Heart of the Ozarks United Way received more than $34,000 in funding from the Community Foundation of the Ozarks, in partnership with the Louis L. and Julia Dorothy Coover Charitable Foundation and Commerce Trust, on April 30, announce officials with the CFO. more
A total of 250 students will be candidates for graduation from Missouri State University-West Plains during the 2024 commencement ceremony Saturday at the West Plains Civic Center. more
The Quill has been informed by the defense attorney representing a West Plains teen that he has been acquitted of rape and sodomy after a 12-person jury found him not guilty. The trial of Levi Rand, 18, was held April 29 in Howell County, according to court documents. more
A West Plains man has been charged with the felonies of first-degree burglary and stealing a firearm after allegedly entering a shop building and taking a rifle, then returning the next day to enter a house on the property while the victim was inside. Then taking a gun and cash. more
Traditional jig dancing will again be featured at this year’s Old-Time Music, Ozarks Heritage Festival in downtown West Plains. The Bob Holt Jig Dancing Competition will take place at 12:30 p.m. June 8, in the West Plains Civic Center arena. more
The Friends of the West Plains Public Library will hold the group’s annual spring book sale this weekend at the library, 750 W. Broadway. more
Richards Rockets rocketry team fundraiser runs thru Friday more
The Greater West Plains Area Chamber of Commerce announces, after 25 years on Jefferson Avenue, the relocation to new office space in the building that formerly housed the Greater Ozarks Center for Advanced Technology is underway. more
A lightning strike has rendered the splash pad at Butler Children’s Park on Broadway temporarily unusable, report West Plains city officials. more
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