CHILDREN'S SMILE CENTER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR JACKIE BARGER is shown with the 2020 Toyota Tundra pickup truck that is the grand prize of this year's sweepstakes program in the Price Cutter Charity Championship.
Communal spread of the COVID-19 virus continues in Christian County with one confirmed and one probable case added June 25, bringing the active case count to 11 and the total tally to 46 cases since March.
Kyle Johnson wouldn't have had a difficult decision to leave Spokane one year into his tenure there. But after four years leading the Owls, resigning as their boys basketball coach and athletic director came only after debating the pros and cons of such a career move.
Former Ozark volleyball coach Becky Justis is ready to expand her horizons and make a switch to basketball by accepting the Spokane girls basketball coaching position.
If Spokane gets the chance to compete in a track meet or two this summer, Shaun Ballard is hoping to set a new standard for the Owls in the javelin.
If they receive the opportunity to compete this summer, Spokane's Maggie Czachowski and Lexi Hunsaker will be aiming for school records.
Spokane’s Cody Decker is among the seniors statewide who didn’t get a chance to compete this spring as seniors due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The former principal at Spokane High School filed a lawsuit seeking unspecified damages against the Spokane School District, five current or former district employees and a prosecuting attorney.
Like all avid golfers, Christian Cooper feels every day on a golf course is a good day. He's found being on the links to be especially enjoyable on Mondays, while preparing for his junior season at Spokane.
Blue Eye coach Ken Elfrink hardly needed further confirmation his Lady Bulldogs would apply full-court pressure against Spokane in Saturday's Class 2 District 11 championship game.
Spokane forward Josie Jordan and her varied contributions often get overlooked. But Greenwood all but had her circled on its radar.
Spokane guard Jackson Bray hopes to be in uniform for all three nights of Class 2 District 11 action next week. Regardless if he and the Owls are playing, he plans to be in attendance at College of the Ozarks' Keeter Gym as often as possible.