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Mathews Elementary has been recognized as a Model Professional Learning Community (PLC) at Work®, one of only 500 schools and districts in the U.S. and Canada to receive this honor, and the second school in the district. more
Mr. Kent Doyle, School Safety Coordinator of the Spokane R-VII School District, has received certification as a School Safety Specialist. more
There’s not much more adorable than seeing 7- and 8-year-olds escort you to your table, take your order, prepare and deliver your food, clear your table and then collect payment. more
Warmer weather usually means an increase in outside projects that may require digging or excavation work. more
The first leases have been signed at River Ranch, the new family-friendly apartment community in Ozark. more
Over spring break, members of Ozark High School’s FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) competed in their state competition and finished with some impressive awards. Of the students who competed, five are advancing to nationals, which will be held in Denver in July. more
Last week, voters in Christian County decided on proposed questions and elected school board members and city officials in the April 4 general municipal election. more
The Nixa Area Chamber of Commerce board of directors has accepted the resignation of Chris Russell, the Chamber’s president, due to personal reasons. more
You never know what you’ll see or hear when you walk into one of Dana Scott’s classes at Tiger Paw Early Childhood Center. Ozark’s littlest learners could be practicing keeping the beat by strumming a ukulele in music class, or they may be learning how to treat their books like babies in library class. In sensory lab, they may be shoveling styrofoam snow or pushing each other in a bobsled laundry basket. more
Buying Girl Scout cookies creates opportunities for Girl Scouts to learn, grow and thrive. The Girl Scout Cookie Program helps troops raise crucial funds used to further enhance their Girl Scout Leadership Experience. A typical Girl Scout Cookie season runs from January to March. This year, Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland has decided to extend its cookie season through April 30 to allow girls optional additional time to sell Girl Scout Cookies to reach their individual and troop cookie sale goals. more
What could possibly be better than an exciting night of rodeo action under the Ozarks stars? How about two nights? — which is exactly what is planned for this year’s Missouri Beef Days festival in Bolivar this May. more
Nixa Public Schools is announcing additional administration changes for the 2023-24 school year. more
Dear Friends and Neighbors of Nixa, more
A general municipal election will be held in Christian County on Tuesday, April 4, 2023. Christian County Headliner staff have reached out to the candidates in this upcoming election, offering an opportunity to explain their platform to their constituents. more
It might not have been the typical groundbreaking with shovels moving dirt in the sunshine, but the rain didn’t damper the excitement as Ozark School District officially broke ground Mar. 23 on the Ozark Middle School (OMS) storm shelter and new entrance — a project that is part of the $19 million no-tax-increase bond issue voters approved on the April 5, 2022, ballot. more
Ozark’s Historic River District (HRD) released a 2022 Year in Review. Here are some of the things the HRD accomplished last year. more
On Mar. 27, 2023, Ozark Police Officers, Ozark School Resource Officers and Christian County Sheriff’s Deputies investigated a false report of an active shooter at Ozark High School. The investigation confirmed the report to be false and no threats were identified. First responders from law enforcement, staff from the Ozark Fire Protection District and the Christian County Ambulance District spent nearly two hours on site until the threat was proven to be false. more
Ozark School District is thankful to be a part of such a supportive community. The Kiwanis Club of Christian County recently donated $2,250 to Ozark School District’s Operation Half Pint. Operation Half Pint allows students who qualify for free/reduced lunch to have an extra milk or snack milk even when they don’t have the money on their school account to pay for it. more
Nixa Public Schools is announcing the retirement of Patti Arnold as associate principal for Nixa High School after 31 years of working at Nixa and 33 in education. Arnold has served a total of 19 years as associate and assistant principal at Nixa High School. Prior to that, she served as a teacher, a counselor and coach. more
A former Harrisonville man was convicted at trial last week, Mar. 23, after his testimony in a previous trial for Social Security fraud resulted in an additional charge of perjury being filed against him. more
The 2023 edition of Missouri Beef Days will feature several new activities this year, including one very special pastime among midwestern cattlemen — Cowboy Church. more
The Christian County Commission has placed a question on the April 4 ballot asking voters to decide whether or not the County should collect a 3 percent sales tax on adult-use (recreational) marijuana. The language on the ballot will read as follows: more
The 27th Annual NIXPO Business and Community Expo was held this past weekend on Mar. 18 at the Nixa High School. more
The Ozark Board of Education, during a special board meeting Mar. 10, voted to hire Karen Capen as East Elementary principal for the 2023-24 school year. more
The Ozark Board of Education, during a special board meeting Mar. 10, voted to hire Dr. Zeb Wallace as the Ozark North Elementary principal for the 2023-24 school year. more
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