Clay Engel can't help but think of his future while taking part in Monday Night Minis at U.S. Baseball Park this summer.
In what is an unprecedented announcement in an unprecedented global pandemic, the Christian County Health Department confirmed 13 new cases of COVID-19 among Christian County residents in a single day.
The Ozark Police Department announced dates and times for its fifth annual Ozark Citizens Police Academy. There is no better way to learn about your police department.
Zack Owens thought he had life all planned out as early as his glory days playing soccer for Ozark in the early 2000s. While suiting up for the Tigers, the 2002 grad dreamed of the day he would be their coach.
The August primary election in Missouri will have one ballot initiative for voters to consider along with the candidates they choose for each open office position.
Do the math and the Missouri State High Schools Activities Association's announcement last week to add a class to multiple sports won't affect Ozark and Nixa.
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.
The Outfit of the M.O.B. held a ceremonial ribbon cutting at the Carl G. Hefner Enterprise Center, home of the Ozark Chamber of Commerce, on South Street in Ozark on June 11. Pictured: Carrie Schneider Rogers (holding scissors) surrounded by fellow members of the M.O.B and Ozark Chamber of C…
RIBBON CUTTING FOR LASH LOVE — Lash Love, a beauty salon specializing in eyelash extensions and care located at 5420 North Town Centre Drive in Ozark, joined the Ozark Chamber of Commerce with a ribbon cutting June 12. Pictured: Sarah Mathewson (holding scissors) surrounded by employees and …
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.
A man found guilty of six felonies in a home invasion that ended with threats of gun violence will wait until September to learn the details of his prison sentence.
More than 1,400 people have joined a movement to bring recreation back to a Christian County landmark.
This is part of a series of Q's and A's articles with local athletic directors taking a look back at the past school year and a look ahead to the upcoming school year. Today, we visit with Ozark AD Yancey Little: