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Based on what she’s been told by her parents, Sparta’s Laney Humble is quick to say she doesn’t think she inherited her basketball talents from her mom or dad.
Ozark and Nixa wrestlers combined to win seven of their 11 first-round matches at the Class 4 State Wrestling Tournament on Thursday.
When Braxton Strick wrestled nationally in youth tournaments in Las Vegas and Virginia, he discovered the bigger the stage, the better he responded.
In reaction to the magnified attention from referees that Hayden Fender has received and seen his cohorts at center attract, as well, the Billings 6-foot-7 junior has adopted a catchphrase.
Members of the Youth Empowerment Project of Ozark at Ozark High School, known as YEPO, attended the annual YEP Conference in Springfield.
Members of Missouri Future Business Leaders of America from Ozark and Nixa brought home dozens of medals from the FBLA district leadership conference Feb. 4, at Missouri State University.
The Missouri Sports Hall of Fame ushered in its Class of 2020 on Jan. 26, which includes the Ozark High School cheerleading program.
- Man accused in curtain rod beating brought to Ozark for court
- Man found guilty on all charges in Russian roulette robbery
- Court sets Ozark man’s execution date in 1991 murder case
- 300,000-gallon water tower demolition explained: Where does it go?
- Nixa's streaming of games giving students invaluable experience
- Owls fall, but gain moral victory by giving Crane a battle
- District wrestling roundup — Ozark, Nixa combine for 11 semifinalists
- Use tax illustrated: A man, a weed trimmer and a robbery
- Ozark, Nixa future business leaders win district medals
- Traffic change at Tracker, Northview and U.S. 160 in Nixa