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:
It has seven commendations against just two recommendations. The independent auditor doesn’t come out and say it, but a review of Christian County’s finances is all together positive.
The Christian County Library Ozark Branch will host a series of government classes with State Rep. Lynn Morris, R-Nixa, over the course of three Wednesdays in July.
Christian County senior citizens ages 60 and up are invited to take part in a program that provides $50 worth of farmers market food and goods to those who qualify.
The Christian County Agriculture and Mechanical Society announced that it extended the deadline to accept applications for its 2019 Scholarship program available to students in Christian County for the 2018-2019 school year.
‘Silly season,’ as it is known, has gotten off to a slow start locally, what with there being little news thus far of changes within the coaching ranks. But rumblings suggest there will be some shakeups soon this spring in anticipation for the 2019-2020 school year.
Ozark teen Noah Berry, 19, appeared in court for a disposition hearing April 11. He is facing felony drug charges and has a total of four outstanding criminal court cases.
Like many hitters who play club ball and school ball, Spokane third baseman Shelby Byrne can actually have more trouble against slower pitching during school ball.