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Local author Jill Pietroburgo has written a children's book about dementia, "Sometimes Grandma Calls Me Jean," inspired after the 2019 diagnosis of her mother Bonnie Sullivant. Pietroburgo penned the book, she said, with the hope she could help explain the disease to children with family members who have been diagnosed with dementia. more
A schedule has been set for ranger-led themed fall hikes at parks within Ozark National Scenic Riverways (ONSR), beginning Sept. 23 and running through Nov. 4, the Ozark Riverways Foundation has announced. All hikes have been categorized by skill level and how long and strenuous the walk is. more
The Willow Springs School Board will hold its regular monthly session at 6 p.m. Monday in the board conference room. more
Missouri State University President Clif Smart announced plans on Wednesday to retire in summer 2024. more
Cyclists of all ages wishing to participate in the worthy cause of cancer treatment research will have an event in October to sign up for, with 100% of donations collected by participants going to Siteman Cancer Center and St. Louis Children's Hospital. more
“Legacies of the Ozarks” is the theme of the 16th annual Ozarks Studies Symposium set for Sept. 21-23 at the West Plains Civic Center. more
The Mtn. View City Council met in a brief special session at about 6 p.m. Aug. 30 to set the city’s property tax levy at zero. more
Members of the West Plains FFA Chapter joined more than 700 FFA members and agricultural leaders at the Missouri State Fair on Aug. 15 to pack 160,000 meals to feed families facing food insecurity in Missouri. more
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
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