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The National Weather Service offices in Springfield and Little Rock, Ark., have confirmed seven tornadoes touched down Sunday in Howell and surrounding counties, including Baxter County, Ark. Of those, two registered damage associated with EF3-strength wind speeds of between 136-165 mph, NWS survey team reports show. more
The West Plains FFA recently hosted its 89th annual banquet, celebrating the achievements of its dedicated members and unveiling a promising new leadership team. The event, held earlier this month, served as a platform to honor outstanding accomplishments in Career Development Events (CDEs), Leadership Development Events (LDEs) and Supervised Agriculture Experience (SAE) projects. more
In a world often overshadowed by its challenges, it's the simple, heartwarming gestures that can offer reminders of the innate goodness in people. One such story unfolded recently in West Plains, where a small act of kindness from a 5-year-old girl has touched hearts. more
With a focus on fun and inclusivity, the committee members of the first-ever West Plains LGBTQ+ Pride event are putting on the finishing touches. It will take place June 15 and 16 at Galloway Park and include musical entertainment, food trucks and activities. more
The West Plains City Council held its regular monthly meeting Monday and passed several ordinances, some annual renewals of agreements with local entities and others pertaining to contract agreements and the vacating of an alley. more
The Richards School Board of Education will meet at 6 p.m. today in the school boardroom. more
Warm weather starts the season of outdoor activities in Missouri, and off-road vehicle riding is a popular way to spend time for many families, including young children. The Missouri State Highway Patrol has long urged drivers and riders to make safety a priority to prevent serious injury or death during off-road riding. more
Ahead of the Memorial Day holiday on Monday, the Quill announces an early advertising deadline for the May 29 print edition. more
A West Plains man with a decades-long criminal history has been charged after allegedly striking an elderly family member with a baseball bat and preventing in-home healthcare workers from visiting the man's home. more
West Plains Fire Department Chief Kurt Wilbanks has announced his retirement from active duty with the City of West Plains. more
The 85th annual meeting of Howell-Oregon Electric Cooperative was held May 3 at the West Plains Civic Center with 1,100 people in attendance, co-op officials announced. The meeting opened with the Pledge of Allegiance led by Ava Greenan, Mtn. View-Birch Tree FFA President. more
Construction on improvements to the Glenwood School are close to being financed, and are scheduled to begin the first week of June, school officials have announced. The funding and improvements are the result of a ballot initiative passed by district patrons in April. more
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
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