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A mysterious company has caused a stir for trying to auction Elvis Presley's Graceland property in a foreclosure sale. A judge blocked the sale last week after Presley's granddaughter filed a lawsuit … more
The judge overseeing Hunter Biden’s federal firearms charges trial agreed Friday to block prosecutors from telling jurors about some other unflattering episodes from his personal life, but left the … more
With a focus on fun and inclusivity, the committee members of the first-ever West Plains LGBTQ+ Pride event are putting on the finishing touches. It will take place June 15 and 16 at Galloway Park and include musical entertainment, food trucks and activities. more
Bruce A. Flaugh, 38, Brandsville, remains in custody on $50,000 bond after being arrested May 2 on a charge of first-degree assault after allegedly throwing a hand saw at his girlfriend, cutting her hand. more
Tennessee’s attorney general says his office is looking into a company’s attempt to sell Elvis Presley’s home Graceland at a foreclosure auction, a move that was stopped by a judge after the … more
The West Plains City Council held its regular monthly meeting Monday and passed several ordinances, some annual renewals of agreements with local entities and others pertaining to contract agreements and the vacating of an alley. more
The Richards School Board of Education will meet at 6 p.m. today in the school boardroom. more
A St. Louis judge will decide the fate of a man who has spent more than three decades in prison for a killing he says he didn’t commit, following two days of testimony. Christopher Dunn was … more
The Stones will roll through the Ozarks this summer. The Rolling Stones announced Thursday that at the end of their Hackney Diamonds tour they will play the brand new Thunder Ridge Nature Arena in … more
Missouri prosecutors will seek the death penalty against a Kansas City-area man charged with murder in the killings of a court employee who tried to serve an eviction notice on him and a police … more
Attendees at this year’s Old-Time Music, Ozarks Heritage Festival are encouraged to learn about traditional instruments by participating in workshops planned for both days of West Plains’ signature event. The festival will be held from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. June 7 and 9, with workshops held in Dogwood Room 1 at the West Plains Civic Center both days. more
A judge has halted the auction of Graceland by a company that claimed Elvis Presley's estate failed to repay a loan that used the property as collateral. Shelby County Chancellor JoeDae Jenkins … more
The maker of a popular weedkiller is planning to amplify its push for legal protection against lawsuits claiming it failed to warn the product could cause cancer. Chemical giant Bayer backed … more
A federal jury has ruled against a Black couple who sued a Little Rock steakhouse over a fight the couple had with white customers who weren't wearing masks and stood too close during the COVID-19 … more
A 71-year-old motorcyclist from Gassville, Ark., suffered fatal injuries in a crash at 10:46 a.m. Friday in Yellville, Marion County, Ark., reports the Arkansas State Police. more
Warm weather starts the season of outdoor activities in Missouri, and off-road vehicle riding is a popular way to spend time for many families, including young children. The Missouri State Highway Patrol has long urged drivers and riders to make safety a priority to prevent serious injury or death during off-road riding. more
Ahead of the Memorial Day holiday on Monday, the Quill announces an early advertising deadline for the May 29 print edition. more
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