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Speakers signed up and used their time to speak for and against the effort to recall Mayor Brian Steele from office over the manner in which an order requiring face coverings in public places was handed down in 2020. more
Construction workers are making progress on the Aetos Center for the Performing Arts, an addition to Nixa High School that will eventually give Nixa’s theater, band and vocal music students a state-of-the-art place to rehearse and perform for crowds. more
The fall-festival inspired celebration of the grand opening of the Ozark Mill features a concert by the Ozark Mountain Daredevils. Four days of festivities start on Thursday, Oct. 7, with a … more
Sparta hosted the first of five outdoor concerts that celebrate the 65th anniversary of the Christian County Library. more
Angie Wise’s 32-year coaching career has been rather unique in that her only two stops along the way have been at Crane and Clever. more
The Ozark Historic River District approached the Ozark Board of Aldermen and the Christian County Commission about sharing the costs of three large holiday light displays that would be positioned on three corners of the Christian County Historic Courthouse lawn. more
A Christian County judge declined to offer an Arkansas man accused of shooting a sheriff’s deputy with the chance to bond out of jail. more
Whether it's the early childhood school building in Sparta, the gazebo renovation on the Christian County Historic Courthouse lawn in Ozark, or the housing subdivision being built half a mile down … more
With this year being the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, students were encouraged to wear red, white and blue attire and engaged in an array of Patriot Day themed activities. more
A total of 34,833 Christian County residents ages 12 and older have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 using either the two-dose vaccines from Pfizer or Moderna, or the single-dose vaccine manufactured by Johnson and Johnson. more
Sisters Jeana and Gracey Fipps both appeared in court in Ozark. The sisters each reached plea agreements with Christian County prosecutors to plead down to one misdemeanor charge of burglary each. more
In the year that followed the 9/11 terrorist attacks, a total of 181,510 Americans signed up to join an active-duty branch of the United States military. more
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