A Nixa man went from being a “person of interest” to the defendant in a murder case early Monday.
Adult Japanese beetles are on the move in southwest Missouri and like past years, they will bring a big appetite with them according to Kelly McGowan, horticulture specialist with University of Missouri Extension.
PHOTO: From left, Cody Scott, Nixa Police Chief Joe Campbell and Eric Turney at the Drury University Police Academy graduation July 3, 2019. Both Scott and Turney have been hired as Nixa’s newest police officers and started their training with the Nixa Police Department July 8.
A person of interest is in custody as the Nixa Police Department investigates a suspicious death at a home in the 900 block of S. Timber Ridge, according to a press release. Police were dispatched at roughly 10 p.m. July 18, to check the well-being of a person at the home. When police arrive…
Nixa High School senior Mark Meads placed second in the nation in Management Information Systems at the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) national conference.
Ozarks Technical Community College took home more medals than any other community college in Missouri at a national competition June 24-28 in Louisville, Kentucky.
The Ozark School District July 16 closed on a $4.1 million purchase of a 170,000 square-foot commercial property known as the Fasco building, located at 1600 W. Jackson St. The purchase is part of Phase 1 of the district’s long-range plan the board of education approved in March, according t…
The city kennel wasn’t at capacity, but volunteers from one of the primary animal rescue groups that serves Nixa felt overwhelmed on the first day of summer.