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Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder affects millions of people. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that a 2016 survey of parents found that 6.1 million children, which … more
Losing interest in an exercise regimen is a situation many fitness enthusiasts have confronted at one point or another. Overcoming a stale workout routine can be simple for young athletes, whose … more
After a dismal 2020 when people’s movements were greatly restricted due to the COVID-19 pandemic, travel and tourism could increase significantly beginning in the summer of 2021. That’s … more
Welcome back, my dear fellow explorers, to The Plains West of Thomasville. Where each week I take you along as I explore everything these Ozark hills have to offer. As always, the hope is that you … more
Students across Missouri are preparing to begin their 2021-2022 school year. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reminds drivers to be vigilant always, but especially near school zones, playgrounds, … more
Ozarks Food Harvest provided 23 million meals from July 2020 to June 2021, marking another record year of food distribution for children, families and seniors facing hunger … more
Many people know someone who loves spending lots of time in the kitchen. Certain home cooks may enjoy whipping up favorite recipes, while others might get excited about experimenting with new flavors … more
Some like it hot, take peppers for instance, they prefer the hot summer temps and have given me a huge crop. So, what do you do with a ton of peppers? I slice some and freeze them for winter soups … more
It's August now, which means that the garden is finally giving me tomatoes and the corn is showing its tassels, and it's time to start thinking about where next year's garlic is going to go in the … more
Hunting is popular throughout North America. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said that 40 percent of the population of the United States ages 16 and older participated in wildlife-related … more
Kayaking is a healthy and enjoyable activity that attracts new enthusiasts all the time. Part of what makes the sport so popular is the relative ease with which people can get started. Kayaking … more
With help from our Friends of the Summersville Library group, Texas County Library, and the community, the Summersville Library will be hosting a huge celebration of Missouri’s … more
The old saying goes ‘an apple a day keeps the doctor away,’ but what about when it comes to alcohol instead of apples? You may have heard that a daily glass of red wine could make you … more
Few things are more satisfying than biting into a fresh tomato right from the garden or seasoning a meal with herbs picked from a windowsill greenhouse. Restaurants recognize the value of such … more
Hart Family Eye Care is expanding their practice. The West Plains Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed the newest member of the Hart Family team, Dr. Leslie Sides, to the area with a ribbon cutting … more
In Thursday’s Quill, the front page featured a story about two young ladies who are currently serving as Latter-Day Saints missionaries in the West Plains area. As a supplement, the sisters … more
Luke 2:52   Jesus grew both in body and in wisdom, gaining favor with God and people. (Good News Translation)Unfortunately, in some of our religious institutions, people are expected to … more
Many believe Christians should never acknowledge their doubts. Having occasional doubts is normal since every believer sometimes has questions about their faith. Even strong believers occasionally … more
Our perception of ourselves and almost everything else in life creates our belief system and our reality.The bible tells us in proverbs 23:7 “For as he thinks within himself, so is he.”I … more
The Church of Jesus Christ is a strange mixture. It is a group of persons forming an association for fellowship and the accomplishment of certain tests. At the same time it is the Body of Christ that … more
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