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Clay Engel can't help but think of his future while taking part in Monday Night Minis at U.S. Baseball Park this summer.
SPOKANE — LeAndra Bell was a three-time winner for Spokane, as the Owls and Lady Owls hosted a field-events only track meet last week.
Zack Owens thought he had life all planned out as early as his glory days playing soccer for Ozark in the early 2000s. While suiting up for the Tigers, the 2002 grad dreamed of the day he would be their coach.
Do the math and the Missouri State High Schools Activities Association's announcement last week to add a class to multiple sports won't affect Ozark and Nixa.
The Ozark School District received almost nine tons of food that went to anyone willing to wait for it on a Wednesday afternoon.
The Ozark Board of Education welcomed back three returning members following the June 2 election.
The spring of 2020 has been certainly memorable for seniors at Ozark High School—in more ways than one for a group of scholarship recipients.
- 13 new cases of COVID-19 in Christian County
- Engel eyeing fatherhood with extreme anticipation
- Active case count of COVID-19 at 17 in Christian County
- Ozark native, ex-baseball standout to become Highway Patrol trooper
- Missouri voters to consider MoHealthNet expansion in August 2020 election
- Christian County Library closes three branches in cautionary move
- Enroll in Ozark Citizens Police Academy
- Better late than never, new Tigers head coach Owens happy he returned to college to pursue coaching
- An Independence Day lunar eclipse
- Spokane’s Bell claims trifecta in field events
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