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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
Christos House got a huge boost in securing funding to help build a new emergency shelter in Howell County with a $1.2 million Community Block Development Grant secured by the South Central Ozarks Council of Governments (SCOCOG) and administered by the Howell County Commission. A half million of that will be earmarked for construction costs, SCOCOG officials said. more
The West Plains Police Department will participate in National Night Out and invites all in West Plains to mark their calendars for Aug. 1 to join in.    more
The West Plains-based Heart of the Ozarks Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) group, after efforts by group members and city officials to locate a new meeting space, have found a new home at All Saints' Episcopal Church, 107 S. Curry St. Father James Harris with the church told the Quill the subject was brought up by a parishioner on Sunday and approved by himself and church board members at a meeting held at noon Tuesday, and was the first item on the agenda. more
The City of West Plains has entered into an abatement order on consent with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR) as part of its 30-year plan to make improvements to the existing wastewater treatment plant, in anticipation of population growth and future federal and state environmental regulation standards that must be met. more
The Ozarks Small Business Incubator, 408 Washington Ave., will host a workshop, “Media Marketing: Know Your Place…ment,” from 1 to 5 p.m. Thursday. more
Howell County Commissioners have two meetings scheduled to take place during their regular Monday session in the conference roof on the second floor of the county office building, 35 Court Square in West Plains. more
Highway 17 in Mtn. View will be closed Aug. 12 for Summer Fest, to be held downtown.  more
West Plains police, fire and emergency medical personnel were called to the scene of a crash at about 3:40 p.m. Wednesday at T&T Glass, 803 E. Main St. more
A zoning change from residential to commercial was approved for portions of two lots owned by the West Plains Country Club during Tuesday’s meeting of the West Plains City Council. The change will allow the country club to install digital billboards at the corners of Gibson Street and U.S. 63, and CC Highway and U.S. 63, both of which will meet Missouri Department of Transportation standards and council approval before installation. more
The Fine Arts Academy has announced its much-anticipated summer production, "The Day the Internet Died," set to take place at the historic Avenue Theatre, 307 Washington Ave. in West Plains. more
The West Plains Daily Quill’s collection of newspaper archives is on loan to the Ozarks Heritage Research Center (OHRC) inside the Garnett Library on the campus of Missouri State University-West Plains. more
Comments made to council members by citizens regarding the closure of Eighth Street and the sale of the Lincoln School building on Washington Avenue were on the agenda at Monday's regular monthly meeting of the West Plains city council. more
In order to lend a helping hand to an organization that has assisted victims of domestic violence in eight area counties for over 40 years, the Community Foundation of the Ozarks has selected West Plains-based Christos House to participate in a monthlong challenge to boost its endowment. more
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