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Perhaps the best example of how Caleb Casto has adapted to his transfer from Spokane to Ozark a year ago is that he will play at the next level with two of his Tigers teammates.
Nixa’s Reid Potts never would have guessed as recently as the beginning of this year that his recruiting trail would eventually lead him to Southeast Missouri State.
Sam Shuman squeezed his national letter of intent signing into a span of five days last week that also saw him and his Spokane teammates compete in three meets.
Grant Stewart surprised himself by being as close as he was to Spokane’s 800 record at the Spokane Invitational last week.
The Sparta R-3 Board of Education has hired a new superintendent. Dr. Landon Gray will make the move from the Branson School District to Sparta on July 1.
They’ll lobby for social justice in America, provide food to local communities, boost the medical profession and enhance ethical law practices.
The Ozark School District received almost nine tons of food that went to anyone willing to wait for it on a Wednesday afternoon.
- Recall petition addressed at Nixa City Hall
- Ozark mask order will lift early
- Vandals hit home: Ozark family copes with destruction, messages left behind
- Wheeler has sights set on former teammate Breig's 400 school record
- Nixa's Potts excited about future at SEMO
- Spokane’s Shuman to run at NCAA D-I level
- Trio of Tigers ready to be Roadrunners
- Chicken keeping debate returns to Nixa
- Cox’s role will change dramatically at Avila
- Stewart sets PR, Hunsucker breaks school record at Spokane Invite
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