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Sugar Stop Candy Shop is now open inside Signal Food Store. Not only can customers stop by Signal for high quality gas and diesel, but they can now get their sugar fix at the brand new Sugar Stop Candy Shop. more
Finley River Community Foundation (FRCF) is seeking nominations for the 2023 Ozark Citizen of the Year. The recipient of the 2023 Ozark Citizen of the Year award will be announced at the Ozark Community Awards Banquet on Feb. 17, 2024. This annual event is hosted by the Ozark Chamber of Commerce to honor outstanding achievement and service in Ozark. more
Ozark Junior High (OJH) students took time during their Nov. 1 spirit assembly to honor all those who serve our country, with a special tribute to one staff member — Master Sergeant Nicola Mozingo, who is retiring from teaching and the military at the end of the school year. more
An Ozark woman has been convicted following a bench trial of illegally providing prescriptions to patients at Ozark Community Hospital Christian County Clinic. more
It’s no secret that the Ozark School District continues to grow. The Board of Education learned about the impact of that growth at the Oct. 19 meeting when Bob Templeton, vice president of the school district segment for Zonda Education, reviewed the most recent Demographic Report, calling Ozark a “destination district for younger families.” more
Pumpkin decorating, hayrides, s’mores — what better way to celebrate autumn than a fall fest? more
The Can the Tigers/Can the Eagles event was created more than 15 years ago to serve as a community service project benefiting Least Of These, Inc. through the long-standing friendly and competitive rivalry between Nixa and Ozark in Christian County. It has grown into a large community event in conjunction with one of the most anticipated football games every year, the Backyard Brawl, between Nixa and Ozark. more
Every summer, while most students are still lounging by the pool or sleeping in late, Ozark High School's (OHS) marching band, the Pride of the Ozarks, takes over the high school and spends hours upon hours learning their marching show for the upcoming season. more
After months of hard work and dedication, the highly anticipated McCracken Road Project has reached its completion, marking a significant milestone in the community’s commitment to infrastructure improvements. The City of Ozark extends its “heartfelt appreciation to the community for their patience during this transformative process.” more
Ozark School District announced last week that five Ozark High School (OHS) seniors are being honored by the College Board for their academic achievements and outstanding performances on the PSAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test and AP Exams. more
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