Zoe Billedo of Ozark represented Missouri in the 62nd Distinguished Young Women National Finals. Billedo, along with 50 other state representatives, spent more than two weeks in Mobile, Alabama, preparing for and taking part in the national scholarship competition.
U.S. Senators Roy Blunt, R-Missouri, and Josh Hawley, R-Missouri, commended Senate passage of their legislation permanently designating May 1 as “Silver Star Service Banner Day.”
As part of a series of articles with area athletic directors, sports editor Pat Dailey engaged in a Q's and A's session with Sparta A.D. Larry Brown:
As Dean Deetz starts the second half of the Pacific Coast League season, the first half of his season saw him pitch for Houston Astros’ Double-A affiliate in Corpus Christi, Texas, for a fourth straight year.
The Missouri Department of Transportation announced that lane closings will take place during overnight hours on U.S. Highway 65 as a $10.2 million widening project continues.
The idea is very young, but we are excited at the idea that parts of historic downtown Ozark may be bustling with life and activity in the evenings.
If you tuned in to join the national craze and watch the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup final on Sunday, you have have encountered an unpleasant surprise.
His top two pitchers and umpires weren't available Wednesday, but Nixa coach Matt Walker felt a strong need to make up the Lady Eagles’ final double-header of summer league play with Republic.
In a break from the norm, Ozark’s annual team bonding retreat will signal the end of Tigers’ upcoming three weeks of team camp. Coach Chad Depee and his assistants and players will take a float trip during the first week of August.
The Christian County Agricultural and Mechanical Society recently made a donation to Christian County 4-H to fund scholarships along with club and project development, according to University of Missouri Extension.