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The Richards School Board of Education will meet at 6 p.m. Feb. 16 in the school boardroom for its regular monthly session. more
A gene discovered by a team of U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service (ARS) and Purdue University scientists could help fortify the defenses of sorghum to anthracnose, a disease of the cereal grain crop that can inflict yield losses of up to 50%. more
Google is making a $50,000 donation to the Missouri FFA Foundation in support of the organization’s Learning by Doing Classroom grants program, officials recently announced. The Missouri FFA Foundation says it plans to use the funds over the course of four years to support updating or purchasing new technology in 40 agriculture education classrooms across the state. more
Now that deciduous trees are bare, trunks and branches have taken center stage, and you might be noticing nuances and irregularities that evaded your attention over the summer. For instance, what are those green masses growing on your trees? more
When visiting friends or family who have both houseplants and young children, I've been compared to "Aunt Bonnie" from the Geico commercial "Aunt Infestation." more
Valentine’s Day flowers, like love, can stand the test of time if given a little TLC. Call it flor-amore. more
FCS Financial has been in the business of helping farmers, ranchers, agribusinesses, and rural communities in Missouri succeed for more than 100 years, and recently, its board of directors announced the cooperative is returning $39.5 million to member-owners in cash patronage for the 2022 calendar year. more
UScellular has named Beth Roach manager of the West Plains store located at 1725 Gibson Ave., company officials announce, noting that in this role she is responsible for leading her team of wireless technology experts to help customers select the devices, plans and consumer electronics to best meet their needs. more
The Willow Springs Chamber of Commerce has upgraded its three prize packages to be given away by random drawing during its annual awards banquet set to begin at 6 p.m. Saturday at Pine Meadows Venue, 1449 Highway 76. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. more
The March 1 application deadline for two Three Rivers College Nursing programs in Poplar Bluff are approaching. The programs are Associate of Applied Science in Nursing Day Program (RN) and the Evening LPN-RN Bridge Program. more
Ozarks Healthcare and the Community Blood Center of the Ozarks, sole supplier of blood, platelets and plasma to patients at 44 area healthcare facilities, will partner to host a blood drive on from noon to 6 p.m. Feb. 24 at the Willard Hunter Classroom in the Ozarks Healthcare Parkway Center, 1211 Porter Wagoner Blvd. in West Plains. more
Texas County Memorial Hospital in Houston has announced a partnership between its emergency department with 360 Degree Medicine, an emergency medicine staffing group out of southwest Missouri.   more
Area residents interested in applying to the Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) regular track program at Missouri State University-West Plains have until March 1 to submit their applications. more
Ozarks Healthcare’s Behavioral Health Center (BHC) will host an art show focusing on the theme “Pieces of Me” in recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month in May. Entries are now being accepted from artists of all ages. more
Where is the best place to buy that special someone a dozen roses? Where is the best place to go when you’re craving some barbecue? Who should you call when you need the perfect touch on that five-generation photo? more
A West Plains business that designs and manufactures equipment for the capture and processing of biomass gases has been hiding in plain sight for more than 30 years. Perennial Energy President and Chief Operating Officer Scott Cressman, newly promoted from vice president, wants to change that. more
We are in the dead of winter and another bitter cold snap is on the way for many Missourians. It is a good time for many of us to get out and cut some wood for the wood stove. more
The deadline is quickly approaching for Missouri agriculture students interested in applying for a 2023 Missouri Corn Scholarship. more
It’s two days until Christmas as I pen these lines. more
Photographer Bob Anderson spent his day Wednesday capturing images of the natural beauty of snowfall on his property just outside of West Plains. Both of these photos were taken with his iPhone Pro Max 13 camera. Anderson is a regular contributor of nature photography to the Quill and another of his photos can be seen on Page 3 of today’s newspaper. The Quill welcomes submissions of all kinds of artwork to be featured on the Arts Page, published the last Saturday of each month. To submit a piece for publication, email news@wpdailyquill.net with the subject line “Arts Page,” and include a description of the image; its title; the name, location and age (if a youth) of the artist; and any other information that may be of interest to readers, such as where to see more, how to purchase or commission artwork or what inspired the piece. more
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