Superintendent Michael Wallace explained in a letter to parents that the reason is because of a "high volume of absenteeism due to a variety of illnesses and symptoms," across the K-12 school district.
A Nixa woman who led law enforcement officers on a high-speed chase at night with no headlights pleaded guilty in federal court Jan. 13 to trafficking methamphetamine.
The Ozark Board of Aldermen will weigh a proposal to refinance bonds issued for water system improvements in 2013. If enacted, the plan could allow more money for Ozark to invest in utility projects than anticipated.
Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft announced that a countdown clock will be displayed on his office’s website to show the time left in the 2022 legislative session to pass election integrity reform.
The interests for Christian County lawmakers are diverse. None of the four legislators—three representatives and one senators—are freshmen in this session. Most are introducing at least one piece of legislation that failed to pass in a previous session of the General Assembly.
Ozark’s Braxton Strick gave the best answer yet Saturday to any concerns whether his strength is up to the task of competing with the state’s elite 152-pounders.
SPRINGFIELD — Jordyn Turner gave a much better account of himself in Nixa’s rematch with Catholic on Friday than he did in the teams’ first meeting.
SPRINGFIELD — As well as Colin Ruffin has played in Nixa’s two losses, the Eagles guard can’t help but lament over plays that haven’t gone his way in the final minute of both games.
Deanna Moore has been selected as the new publisher of the Phillips Media weekly group in southwest Missouri. Moore will be in charge of the daily newspaper operations for the Marshfield Mail, Christian County Headliner, Buffalo Reflex, Cedar County Republican and the Bolivar Herald-Free Press.