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The City of Ozark has been selected to receive $1.179 million in American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds for local tourism projects from The Missouri Department of Economic Development as part of Missouri’s Local Tourism Asset Development program. more
The Ozark School District welcomed three newly-elected members to the Board of Education following the April 4 election. Newcomers Amber Bryant, Guy Callaway and Christina Tonsing were sworn onto the Board at the April 13 meeting. The Board voted to re-elect incumbent Sarah Adams Orr to serve as president and Mark Jenkins as vice president for the 2023-24 school year. more
There’s not much more adorable than seeing 7- and 8-year-olds escort you to your table, take your order, prepare and deliver your food, clear your table and then collect payment. more
The first leases have been signed at River Ranch, the new family-friendly apartment community in Ozark. more
Over spring break, members of Ozark High School’s FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) competed in their state competition and finished with some impressive awards. Of the students who competed, five are advancing to nationals, which will be held in Denver in July. more
Per usual on jamboree night, underclassmen received the majority of snaps for Ozark and Nixa on Friday and in the case of the Tigers that meant the unofficial varsity debut for Parker Elliott. more
Over the years Gage Depee has accepted that as the son of Ozark coach Chad. Depee, there are times he will be assigned a job he didn't necessarily ask for. more
When Nick Rohrbaugh and Jace Whatley first met five years ago as sixth-graders, there was an instant kinship. more
Brock Dodd has grown accustomed to receiving the same reaction from friends and family when they learn he has been following up football workouts by baling hay. more
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