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For many years, the Christian County Elks Lodge No. 2777 hosted veterans from Ozark, Nixa and the surrounding communities for Thanksgiving dinner. However, this year, due to COVID-19, the veterans are prevented from visiting the lodge. 

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Preliminary data from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) shows that deer hunters in Missouri harvested 176,604 deer during the November portion of firearms deer season, Nov. 14-24.

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A woman accused of child abuse that resulted in the death of an infant is serving five years of probation after accepting a plea agreement with Christian County prosecuting attorneys.

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Nixa City Councilman Scott Perryman received one of the top awards that an elected official involved in municipal electric or utility service can get.

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Ozark is under a state of emergency because of the dangers of the COVID-19 pandemic, and that won’t change for the foreseeable future.

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Hospital administrators at Springfield’s two largest hospitals worry what exactly the holiday season will bring, but they suspect it will deliver an overwhelming number of COVID-19 patients in dire need of life-saving treatment.

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U.S. Senator Josh Hawley’s (R-Missouri) ongoing feud with technology and social media companies revealed some news for Christian County: the Missouri lawmaker now claims Ozark as his residence.

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Agriculture in Christian County is a $25 million business. Farms of all sizes contribute to our local economy, although 90 percent of farms in the county are small, with gross cash farm incomes of $250,000 or less, similar to the national average.  

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The Nixa Christmas Parade will take place Sunday, Dec. 6.

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The Missouri state auditor found that the financials for the city of Clever and its municipal court are both in good shape.

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The Thanksgiving holiday used to bring about a yearly celebration at Least Of These food pantry. Hundreds of volunteers would circle the warehouse from station to station, filling grocery carts with all of the items needed to assemble a traditional Thanksgiving meal in a joyful carousel of g…

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Ozark residents will begin paying more for sewer service, beginning at the start of 2021.