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Spectators enjoyed cooler weather as they filled the stands — including a brand new third set of bleachers in front of the concessions — at the Ozark Booster Club Arena this past weekend to watch cowboys and cowgirls compete in the 69th Annual Ozark Booster Club Rodeo. Contestants tried their luck atop bucking bulls and horses, matched their brawn against steers, raced around barrels at top speeds and let their lariats fly in an attempt to rope calves. more
The City of Ozark is nearing completion of the planning effort Onward Ozark: Planning Our Corridors. This planning process documents the community’s vision for the future growth, development, transportation and aesthetics of three pivotal corridors within the city: North State Highway NN, South 3rd Street/Highway 14, and South Street. more
The City of Ozark (Ozark) and Missouri-American Water Company (MAWC) have filed a joint application with the Missouri Public Service Commission seeking Commission authority to transfer ownership of Spring Valley Water System (Spring Valley) from MAWC to Ozark. According to the application, MAWC seeks to sell, and Ozark desires to acquire, Spring Valley, located in the City of Ozark in Christian County. more
Bright, sparkling outfits flash in the arena lighting, as the riders perform daring feats on their swiftly moving steeds, standing, spinning and dragging from their horses’ backs, the crowd cheering them on. The Ozark Renegades trick riding team will once again perform during halftime at the Ozark Booster Club Pro Rodeo this Friday and Saturday at the Finley River Park. more
The City of Ozark announced Hayden Ponsar as its new Parks and Recreation Director. more
Main Street America, in a partnership with American Express’s Backing Small Businesses grant program supporting economically vulnerable and under-resourced small businesses with community reach, granted GW Coffee House in Ozark a $10,000 grant. more
Following last week’s storm, the City of Ozark has established a temporary yard debris drop-off site. The site is located east of the city limits on Highway 14, at the corner of Highway JJ and Hartley Road. more
The Ozark Police Department is investigating a crash that injured a bicyclist. The crash happened at approximately 4:14 p.m. on Sunday, July 7. more
The Venue on Brick on the historic square in Ozark is one of 13 properties in Missouri to receive a Paul Bruhn Historic Revitalization Subgrant from Missouri Main Street Connection (MMSC) and the National Park Service. more
Get ready for an exhilarating weekend of thrilling rodeo action as Cavender’s PFI, Ozark Chevrolet, Grubaugh Bird Tires and Truck Beds and Pella Windows and Doors present the highly anticipated 69th annual Ozark Boosters Club Pro-Rodeo. The event will take place at Finley River Park in Ozark on Friday, July 19 and Saturday, July 20, with performances beginning at 8:00 p.m. each night. more
The Ozark Board of Aldermen voted at the recent meeting on June 17 to approve the appointment of Eric Johnson as city administrator. more
The Ozark Fire Protection District Citizen’s Fire Academy celebrated the graduation of its 8th class last Thursday, June 13. more
An Ozark woman pleaded guilty in federal court on May 31, 2024, to selling counterfeit Louis Vuitton bracelets and other items online. more
YiPoA — Youth in Pursuit of Awakening — is a ministry a decade in the making. Having secured the land a few years ago, the building located at 5714 Selmore Road in Ozark is now, finally, open to the public for Onewheel riding. more
The Ozark Board of Education, at its May 28 work session, voted for Dr. Phillip Witt to lead Ozark High School (OHS) as principal for the 2024-25 school year. Witt is replacing Dr. Jeremy Brownfield, who is transitioning to the Lebanon School District. more
Collaboration is key to learning and creating. Ozark Junior High (OJH) students Adriana Berbrick and Zoey Brown worked with Technology and Engineering Teacher Eric Snyder over several Advisory periods building the school's first Little Free Library. Adrian Johnson's art A+ tutor, Ozark High School student Finley Nims, added the finishing touches with the letter design, and next year's Lit Squad members will rotate books throughout the year. more
Ozark Academies is stepping out of the classroom. Ozark School District recently announced the launch of its Registered Youth Apprenticeship program: Academies at Work. more
Give blood, get a duck and a chance to win a truck. The CCCC Sertoma Club and Community Blood Center of the Ozarks are teaming up to host a blood drive ahead of the annual Sertoma Duck Race Festival in Ozark on Thursday, June 6. more
Spring of 2024 has already proven the need for Ozark School District to have a storm shelter at every building. And, as of May 21, Ozark is one step closer with the official ribbon cutting for the storm shelter at Tiger Paw Early Childhood Center. more
Jacob Sayre was sentenced in court on May 29, 2024, to serve 120 days in the Department of Corrections and then to be released on probation for five years. He is also to take part in the Christian County Drug Treatment Court program. more
The 18th Annual GLOW, presented by Ozark Chevrolet to benefit Children’s Smile Center, is slated for Friday, June 21, 2024, beginning at approximately 8:45 p.m. at the Finley River Park in downtown Ozark. The GLOW is held inside the grounds of the Sertoma Duck Race Festival and is free to the public. more
One by one students in their fancy dresses and bow ties entered the Ozark Innovation Center (OIC) on April 19, greeted with cheers, high fives and fist bumps as they walked the gold carpet. Organized by the Ozark High School (OHS) special education department, it is a night students look forward to each year. It is the Spring Fling. more
Ozark School District has a number of Tigers who are retiring this year. The retirees were recognized during an all-staff meeting April 22. more
The Ozark Board of Aldermen voted on a new building proposal for a vacant lot on the downtown Ozark square this past Monday, May 6. With three aye votes (Bruce Galloway, James Metcalf, David Snider) and three nay votes (Eddie Campbell, Jean Ann Hutchinson, RJ Flores), Mayor Don Currence broke the tie with an aye vote, carrying the motion to move forward with Torgerson Design Partners’ (TDP) new building proposal. more
The Ozark Police Department received certification of its accreditation from the Missouri Police Chiefs Charitable Foundation (MPCCF) for the third time last Monday, April 15. more
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