- Read the November 25, 2020 digital edition of Christian County Headliner News - Local News For Ozark, Missouri
- Nixa councilman honored with utilities award
- Depee feels seniors should be proud of their impact in Ozark's progress
- Mitchell glad to have newest Eagle Gundelfinger beside him on signing day
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As part of the Headliner News’ coverage of the 2020 Ozark football season, sports editor Pat Dailey engaged in a Q’s and A’s session with Tigers coach Chad Depee:
Nixa pitcher Isaac Mitchell passed along word to his teammates last summer that the Eagles would be receiving help, with a senior shortstop coming on board via the transfer route.
Kaleb Wofford was able to take pride in being back to his smooth-shooting self as a junior last season. He showed resilience by bouncing back from a subpar sophomore season.
Despite being only seven miles apart and sharing a unique last name, Clever’s Jake Tennis and Billings’ Kyle Tennis aren’t cousins.
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.
Nixa’s Ella Schober continues to awe and inspire with her visual artwork.
- Billings man sentenced to 330 years in prison for sex crimes
- With diseases in remission, Wofford grateful to play as a senior
- U.S. Senator reportedly used Ozark address to vote
- Two new Century Farms in Christian County
- Crahan chasing Eli's example while going for a state championship
- Ozark aldermen debate emergency powers
- Hospitals ‘on trajectory to be overwhelmed,’ administrators say
- Nixa, Ozark and Clever each have All-State selections
- Governor extends state of emergency to March 31, 2021
- Experienced Eagles feel pieces in place to end program's District title drought
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