The Ozark Board of Aldermen joins the governments of Nixa and Christian County in debating how much money to commit to shared economic development partnerships in 2021, in what is already a very messy and uncertain budget cycle.
Nixa City Councilman Scott Perryman received one of the top awards that an elected official involved in municipal electric or utility service can get.
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.
Hospital administrators at Springfield’s two largest hospitals worry what exactly the holiday season will bring, but they suspect it will deliver an overwhelming number of COVID-19 patients in dire need of life-saving treatment.
U.S. Senator Josh Hawley’s (R-Missouri) ongoing feud with technology and social media companies revealed some news for Christian County: the Missouri lawmaker now claims Ozark as his residence.
Going on his fourth year as a starting guard for Nixa, Kaleb Wofford hasn’t been part of a District championship team. In fact, his senior class could be the first to go through high school without celebrating at least one Eagles District title since the graduating class of 2007.
A state of emergency for the COVID-19 pandemic has been extended to March 31, 2021, Missouri Governor Mike Parson announced at a Thursday morning press briefing.
Agriculture in Christian County is a $25 million business. Farms of all sizes contribute to our local economy, although 90 percent of farms in the county are small, with gross cash farm incomes of $250,000 or less, similar to the national average.
Nixa’s Sydney Golden is an all-stater for the second straight season, this year as a member of the Class 5 All-State Team, as voted on by the Missouri High Schools Volleyball Coaches Association.
At times during her formative years as a soccer player, Nixa’s Bailey Reynolds wondered if she was learning instead how to play hockey.