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An Ozark woman has been convicted following a bench trial of illegally providing prescriptions to patients at Ozark Community Hospital Christian County Clinic. more
It’s no secret that the Ozark School District continues to grow. The Board of Education learned about the impact of that growth at the Oct. 19 meeting when Bob Templeton, vice president of the school district segment for Zonda Education, reviewed the most recent Demographic Report, calling Ozark a “destination district for younger families.” more
Pumpkin decorating, hayrides, s’mores — what better way to celebrate autumn than a fall fest? more
The Can the Tigers/Can the Eagles event was created more than 15 years ago to serve as a community service project benefiting Least Of These, Inc. through the long-standing friendly and competitive rivalry between Nixa and Ozark in Christian County. It has grown into a large community event in conjunction with one of the most anticipated football games every year, the Backyard Brawl, between Nixa and Ozark. more
Every summer, while most students are still lounging by the pool or sleeping in late, Ozark High School's (OHS) marching band, the Pride of the Ozarks, takes over the high school and spends hours upon hours learning their marching show for the upcoming season. more
After months of hard work and dedication, the highly anticipated McCracken Road Project has reached its completion, marking a significant milestone in the community’s commitment to infrastructure improvements. The City of Ozark extends its “heartfelt appreciation to the community for their patience during this transformative process.” more
Ozark School District announced last week that five Ozark High School (OHS) seniors are being honored by the College Board for their academic achievements and outstanding performances on the PSAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test and AP Exams. more
The City of Ozark has launched the first phase of Onward Ozark: Planning Our Corridors, an innovative project aimed at shaping 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
Ozark School District will soon have added safety measures in the hallways and on buses to keep students and staff safe after receiving $300,000 through the state’s School Safety Grant Program. more
On Monday, Oct. 2, Governor Mike Parson announced a total of 566 school districts, charter schools and nonpublic schools have received grant funds from the second round of funding for the School Safety Grant Program. more
Community Blood Center of the Ozarks (CBCO) is grateful to the Nixa and Ozark mayors for using their rivalry in a positive way to benefit the community. more
Earlier in September, women of the Impact 100 Ozark organization met at Fremont Hills Country Club for their annual meeting to give away $50,000 in community grants. more
Tractor Supply Company, the largest rural lifestyle retailer in the United States, announced at the end of last month the Ozark location of Orscheln Farm & Home has begun its transition to Tractor Supply. more
Since 2007, tens of thousands of southwest Missourians have enjoyed the annual Balloon Glow in Ozark. more
It’s been busy for Ozark High School (OHS) students as seniors finalize their plans for next year and beyond. The first week in May, eight students publicly announced their future plans, some planning to become future educators, and some already have a job lined up. more
An Ozark contractor, who was the focus of an October 2021 Better Business Bureau (BBB) consumer warning, has been charged with two dozen counts of felony deceptive business practices in Greene County. more
Last week, the Ozark Fire Protection District assembled a new boat for its Swift Water Rescue Team. The 15.5-foot Inmar inflatable boat has a 40 hp Honda motor and took about a year to manufacture, along with its customized trailer. more
Could a ten-year-old invent the next Uber? Find out at the Ozark Children’s Business Fair, showcasing children’s entrepreneurial genius. more
Safety and growth took center stage Friday, April 21 as Ozark School District officially broke ground on projects at Ozark High School (OHS) and Tiger Paw Early Childhood Center. These projects include storm shelters at both locations, as well as an indoor practice facility at OHS, all part of the $19 million no-tax-increase bond issue voters approved on the April 5, 2022, ballot. more
According to Christian County Sheriff Brad Cole, on April 28, 2023, at approximately 4:10 p.m., Christian County deputies assigned to campus security at the Christian County Justice Center (110 West Elm Street) observed a physical altercation across the street on the Ozark Square. more
Over spring break, members of Ozark High School’s (OHS) Educators Rising traveled to Westminster College in Fulton for the state competition. All 14 students who competed placed in the top five of their respective events, with six placing first overall in their events. They will all move on to compete at the national competition in Florida over the summer. more
Ozark School District is welcoming two new assistant principals for the 2023-24 school year. The Board of Education, at the April 13 meeting, approved Ashley Penrod as assistant principal for Tiger Paw Early Childhood Center and Brandon Scott for Ozark Middle School. Current Tiger Paw Assistant Principal Brianna Kelly is transitioning to East Elementary. more
Bryan Properties plans to open the first 60 of 240 planned units at the upcoming River Ranch apartment complex in Ozark. The project marks the first development of this scale in Christian County, as well as one of the first big pushes by a developer to increase the county’s population, and ultimately, the workforce. more
After serving as Ozark superintendent for the past five years, Dr. Chris Bauman is retiring at the end of the 2022-23 school year. The Board of Education accepted his retirement during the April 13 board meeting, effective June 30, 2023. more
Don Currence became the new mayor of Ozark when he won the April 4 general municipal election in Christian County. He took over the role from Interim Mayor RJ Flores, who stepped in after Bradley Jackson resigned to become Christian County’s Eastern Commissioner. more
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