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Two West Plains teens have been arrested and are charged with three felonies each after allegedly breaking into a storage unit and taking a gun and other items. more
With the introduction of the new Monday edition of the West Plains Daily Quill, readers may notice some other changes, as well. more
Two teenagers, one from West Plains, suffered serious injuries and a third suffered moderate injuries in a rollover crash at 6:30 a.m. Thursday on W Highway, 10 miles south of Mtn. View, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. more
Beginning Aug. 14, contractor crews will be working to make repairs to slopes on U.S. 63 from Willow Springs to Lanton Road in West Plains in a project anticipated to last until the end of September, Missouri Department of Transportation officials announce. more
Late Thursday night, West Plains law enforcement officials conducted a drug raid on Thayer Avenue that resulted in the arrests of five people. more
Coming soon, to a television near you: a four-part video series highlighting West Plains’ favorite murals, eateries and retailers, and the community that frequents them. more
A civil lawsuit has been filed against an employee of Ozark Horizon State School, the second of such lawsuits filed by Dayrell Scrivner of Scrivner Law Firm in Branson, after allegations surfaced in February that the employee abused or neglected a student and endangered the child’s welfare. more
The ninth annual Bridges Back To School Bash and Health Fair will take place from 9 to 11 a.m. Aug. 12 as a drive-thru event. more
A West Plains man is scheduled to soon go to trial on charges relating to the death of a toddler whose autopsy showed blunt force injuries to the head, torso and lower extremities, including significant bruising, scrapes and cuts, along with three broken ribs that were healing. more
The Diaper Resource Center (DRC) in West Plains was organized in early 2015 with the mission “to furnish local distributing agencies with diapers for at-risk, early childhood youth to enhance the families’ resources and improve their well-being,” and eight years into striving toward that goal, it seems to be making strides.   more
The dawn of a new era for the West Plains Daily Quill looms large on the horizon. more
The Heart of the Ozarks United Way has rescheduled its third annual charity golf tournament to Aug. 18. more
The Howell County Commission is scheduled to meet at 10:45 a.m. Thursday with a representative of the Howell County Sheriff’s Office for a new grant for a counterterrorism officer. more
In a significant change of tradition, the West Plains Daily Quill, will not publish the informational legal notice regarding the annual Howell County Delinquent Land Tax Sale this year. more
The "footprints" on the pages of today's Quill list businesses and individuals who support family and friends in the fight against cancer. more
Jason L. Brege, 30, West Plains, has been charged after allegedly assaulting a man by punching, kicking and stomping another man in the head until the victim lost consciousness, then emptying the victim’s pockets. more
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