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Three lambs were born at the Ozarks Technical Community College Richwood Valley Campus May 5. The sheep are part of the OTC Agriculture Program, and are the first babies born on the Christian County campus since OTC moved its agriculture program to the Ozark/Nixa campus.

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I fish to watch the sunrise or sunset over the water. I fish to see deer or turkey at the water’s edge. I fish to hear the sound of an eagle in a bright blue sky who, like me, is out fishing, too. I fish to feel the cool wind in my face and the warm sun on my back. 

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The Ozark Police Department won an award for innovation from the Missouri Municipal League.

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Welcome to May 2021. It’s the start of a new month and a great time to take a pause to salute under-appreciated people doing vital work in our community.

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GATEWAY REAL ESTATE held its company grand opening on April 28. The company is located at 729 West Center Circle in Nixa near City Hall. Pictured are owners Joy Bray (holding scissors) and Ryan Kell (left, holding ribbon) surrounded by members of the Nixa Chamber of Commerce. Gateway Real Es…

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Quote of the Week: "Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail." 

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With five home runs entering the post-season, Clever’s Kylie Wenger is hoping to lead the Lady Jays to their first District championship in five years.

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The Ozark High School Army Junior ROTC rifle team clinched a national championship and a third place finish in the Army National Championships for 2021. The rifle sporter team received first place while the precision team placed third. 

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Ozark freshmen Blaire Pace and Ashya Thompson are responding well to being teamed up with Lady Tigers senior standouts Sydney Johnson and Anna Hitt