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Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Troop G, headquartered in Willow Springs, recorded its 22nd traffic fatality over the Labor Day weekend in Carter County. more
With excitement, Dr. Ted A. Deatherage announces his daughter Corey Deatherage will begin practicing in his office as a dental hygienist. more
In celebration of Labor Day, the West Plains Daily Quill will be closed Monday and no e-Edition will be published that day. Normal business hours will resume Tuesday. more
Silver Springs Ranch, just southeast of West Plains, was a stop Monday afternoon on Missouri's 8th Congressional District U.S. Rep. Jason Smith’s 2023 Farm Tour. more
A South Dakota woman has been charged following a high-speed chase Aug.. 24 that began in the downtown West Plains area and continued out of the city on south U.S. 63. more
The Willow Springs School Board met in special session Saturday for its annual board retreat and planning session at Bunker Hill Ranch on the Jacks Fork River near Mtn. View. more
Gary A. Burk, 41, Willow Springs, is facing six counts of second-degree child molestation with a victim younger then age 17 and an age difference between the alleged offender and the victim of more than four years, with the date of the alleged offenses going back to 2019. more
Two Birch Tree men charged with the April 2020 murder of Barbara J. Lynn, 77, also of Birch Tree, have entered guilty pleas and been sentenced, one in Phelps County and the other in Jasper County, both on changes of venue. more
City crews repainting lines on Court Square more
The Heart of the Ozarks United Way recently held its third annual charity golf tournament, raising roughly $10,000, the organization announced. more
The West Plains R-7 School Board will hold a public hearing regarding the annual setting of the district’s tax rate. The meeting will begin at 5 p.m. Tuesday in the West Plains High School Library. more
Parents of students in Willow Springs Schools were alerted Thursday and today to the possibilities of two separate threats in different school buildings. more
West Plains City Planning Director Emily Gibson, presented an overview of a new use for the former Greater Ozarks Center for Advanced Technology (GOCAT) facility and followed that up with a discussion of the city's "Connect West Plains" comprehensive land use plan, at the most recent meeting of West Plains City Council members, held Monday. more
In a show of support for affordable housing and to demonstrate a commitment to seeking public funding for income-based rental units, Mayor Mike Topliff and city council members voted on Monday to do what they can to expand a project to add family housing adjacent to a senior housing complex. more
The West Plains Council on the Arts will host a workshop to create a faux stained glass seasonal barn quilt decoration from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Sept. 14 in the Dogwood Rooms at the West Plains Civic Center, 110 St. Louis St. in West Plains. more
On its second year, the annual West Plains Folds of Honor Golf Tournament surpassed not only its goal, but its inaugural fundraising efforts, raising $10,000 more for educational scholarships than it did in 2022, organizers announced this week. more
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