Update: According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, an Endangered Silver Advisory for Florine Dietz has been canceled. Dietz reportedly returned home safe.
Mark your calendars for 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 17, for an old-time auction with food and fellowship to raise money for the needy. It’s time for the annual Lord’s Acre Sale at Elm Grove Church in rural Rogersville, and a 40-plus-year reunion of neighbors, friends and family.
Nixa's football program will make the jump to Class 6 for the first time this season, after the Missouri State High Schools Athletic Association released its new district classifications in sports Monday.
Three Christian County residents are hospitalized and diagnosed with COVID-19, and two of them are in intensive care units and are on ventilators to help them breathe.
It won’t be a county fair in the traditional sense, not in the era of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the fairgrounds at Finley River Park will still be a happening place on the last full weekend of July.
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.
Based on what she’s been told by her parents, Sparta’s Laney Humble is quick to say she doesn’t think she inherited her basketball talents from her mom or dad.
The holidays are over, which means two things for Pfc. Katelyn Castro and Pvt. Rhys Bullington: it’s time to put on the uniform again, and graduation is right around the corner.
Allie Clevenger and her Clever teammates added to their reputation as one of the best shooting teams in the state during the Lady Jays’ 81-47 runaway win over Sparta on Thursday.
The renewal of the Blue Eye-Sparta rivalry got off to a memorable start Wednesday, with the Lady Bulldogs winning the Sparta Tournament championship game 49-46 on a 3-pointer by former Nixa middle-schooler Riley Arnold.