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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
Ozarks Healthcare Gainesville is adding a mental health professional from the Ozarks Healthcare Behavioral Health Center (BHC) to its clinic staff. Beginning Aug. 7, Kristina Ledbetter, mental health therapist, will begin seeing patients at the clinic on Mondays.  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
A warrant with a $100,000 bond was issued Friday for a Thayer man after several law enforcement agencies participated in executing a narcotics search warrant based on a tip received during a traffic stop alleging Williams was illegally selling drugs. more
The Howell County Commission will meet for its regular semiweekly session at 10 a.m. Thursday in the conference room on the second floor of the county office building, 35 Court Square in West Plains. more
Kansas City Star. July 13, 2023. Editorial: Missouri finally helps new mothers who need health care. But what took so long? Let’s give credit where it’s due: Missouri Gov. Mike Parson … more
Two West Plains men are facing drug and weapon charges related to separate alleged incidents in West Plains. more
A five-minute special meeting of members of the Willow Springs city council held Saturday morning resulted in the appointment of Tyler Morris to the board of alderman, filling a vacancy left by the resignation of David Collins for the remainder of Collins' term. more
A late night call to law enforcement about the alleged assault of a teen by his father netted two arrests for the Douglas County Sheriff's Department July 9 and charges against Richard W. Litchfield, 41, Fordland, and his mother, Laurine K. Litchfield, 61, Vanzant. more
"Go Farm" Farmers Market will close early on Wednesday in anticipation of high heat, humidity and winds, said coordinator Patrice Jennings. more
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With two weeks left before the Quill begins publishing online six days a week, readers can get help getting set up with their online accounts at www.westplainsdailyquill.net in the form of a video tutorial or step-by-step instructions published on the website's homepage. more
Roughly 1,352 cooperative members were without power after severe storms moved through the southern part of Howell-Oregon Electric Co-op’s service area Thursday evening, officials announced Friday morning. more
Dressed in crisp white polo shirts but still wearing their work boots, the latest team of AmeriCorps volunteers visiting West Plains to do some heavy lifting for local organizations said their goodbyes Friday morning at Kellett Hall. more
With the onset of July, the countrywide recognition of Independent Retailer Month offers an opportunity to reflect on the significance of local businesses. In the heart of Howell County, West Plains is home to a thriving community of independent retailers that power the local economy. more
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