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Making College of the Ozarks their college choice proved to be one of the easiest decisions Ozark’s Katie Mayes and Madi Braden have made.
Among the more intriguing options Spokane coach Kyle Johnson will be able to turn to, with a roster he feels may be 12-deep, is a front line featuring Zayne Gale, Jacob Wiggins and JD Tate.
Ozark 2019 Statistical Leaders
Alli Clevenger’s senior season promises to offer new challenges for the Clever star, as she assumes the role of the Lady Jays’ point guard and their undisputed go-to girl.
Nixa High School choirs had 30 students selected to the South Central Missouri Honor Choir.
After two days of competing against dozens of teams across the country, the Ozark JROTC Raider mixed team and male team are both ranked in the top 10 for the nation.
Not one, not two, but three Ozark School District art teachers were chosen by Missouri State University to have artwork displayed in the Statewide Juried Art Exhibition for Secondary Teachers and Students.
- Deputy hospitalized, woman who brought “suspicious substance” into courthouse detained
- Nixa man hurt in five-car accident
- Owls have option to play plenty and play big
- Nixa woman among 20 defendants in heroin, fentanyl cases
- Mill restaurant, chapel and Riverside Bridge next at Bass Pro Shops' Finley Farms
- Christmas season starts with Ozark parade
- After knee injury, Skaggs grateful Southern standing by its offer
- New $2.54 million Riverside Bridge coming in 2020
- Hot bats: Indoor baseball clubhouse opens near Ozark stadium
- Grants available for septic system replacement