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Lucid TLC Arts is moving to a new location in downtown Nixa. The art gallery, owned by artist Tiffany Collins, is moving from 214 N. Massey Blvd. to 111 South Main St. more
Nixa’s Aetos Center for the Performing Arts is celebrating its one year anniversary this month. more
The Nixa Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual Nixies Award Gala this past Saturday, Feb. 10 at Ozarks Event Center in Nixa. more
The University of Missouri Extension Council of Christian County held its annual election in January, resulting in the addition of two new council members and the re-election of one incumbent member. more
The Ozark Parks & Recreation Department plans to plant new trees at Finley River and Neil Grubaugh parks after a tree company removed 24 trees in the Fall of 2023. more
The Missouri Thunder and Carolina Cowboys, two of the founding teams in the PBR (Professional Bull Riders) Camping World Team Series, announced a trade Feb. 2 sending the 2020 PBR Rookie of the Year Boudreaux Campbell (Crockett, Texas) to the Missouri Thunder in exchange for the Thunder’s first-round pick in the 2024 New Rider Draft, a position to be determined in the upcoming draft lottery. more
The bridge along Smyrna Road over the Finley River commonly known as Green Bridge was recently inspected in January by Lochner, Inc., an engineering firm specializing in bridge inspection working for the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT). more
Athletes Bethany Hamilton and Riley Gaines held a children’s story hour at The Library Center over the weekend. Hundreds of people gathered on Feb. 2 to hear the women read their books and answer kids’ questions during a Q&A session. Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft and Missouri Secretary of State hopeful Valentina Gomez were also in attendance. more
School resource officers from more than 10 school districts across southwest Missouri were in the Ozark School District for the Regional SRO Meeting Jan. 31 where they discussed trends and brainstormed ways to be proactive in their school districts. more
Charges have been filed for an Arkansas woman after an alleged fraud attempt and police chase on Thursday, Jan. 25 in Nixa. more
Christian County announced on Monday a unique opportunity for commercial developers: prime commercial development property, known as County Government Plaza, situated along Highway 14 in the City of Ozark. more
The Ozark Board of Education, at a special Jan. 26 meeting, voted to hire Dr. Phillip Link as the Executive Director of Human Resources beginning in the 2024-25 school year. more
Community Partnership of the Ozarks’ Christian County Homeless Alliance will sponsor their annual Hot Soup, Cold Nights fundraiser on Friday, Feb. 2 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Redeemer Lutheran Church at 911 W. Mt. Vernon St., Nixa. more
JEFFERSON CITY — Last year, the Missouri Legislature passed Senate Bill 190, which provides state income tax relief for senior citizens and gives voters or county officials the ability to adopt an ordinance freezing real property taxes for eligible senior citizen homeowners. more
Least Of These, Inc., the only full-service food pantry serving Christian County, exceeded its $501,000 end-of-year fundraising goal. more
Billings Elementary has announced its quarter 2 honor roll. Congratulations to the following students: more
The Missouri Association of Elementary School Principals (MAESP) named two Ozark administrators, Dr. Sandra Roy and Kristy Richart, as principal of the year and assistant principal of the year, respectively, for the Southwest Region for 2024. more
The Ozark Board of Education, at its Jan. 18 meeting, voted to hire Dr. Kendra Scott as the South Elementary principal for the 2024-25 school year. more
The Ozark Board of Education, at its Jan. 18 meeting, voted to hire Justin Peery as the Finley River School principal for the 2024-25 school year. more
Last Thursday, Jan. 18, Missouri State Treasurer Vivek Malek announced his support for Representative Brian Seitz’s (R-Branson) House Bill 2143, or the Foreign Adversary Divestment Act. more
Earlier this month, the City of Ozark hired Benjamin DeClue as an interim city administrator. He took over the role from Steve Childers, who has accepted a new position as the City of Springfield’s Planning & Development Director. more
The Nixa Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and Chamber President/CEO Whitney Guison, are pleased to welcome new officers and board members to the board of directors, effective January 2024. more
January is National Human Trafficking Prevention Month, and the national awareness day was on Jan. 11. The month is dedicated to raising awareness of human trafficking and educating individuals on how to stop this crime. more
The Ozarks Technical Community College (OTC) Board of Trustees approved an additional $312,948 to expand the planned Agriculture and Electrical Distribution Systems Building at the Richwood Valley campus in Nixa. The building project will grow by nearly 3,000 square feet, bringing the facility’s total footprint to 19,600 square feet. more
Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland has officially kicked off their 2024 Girl Scout Cookie season, the annual event in which Girl Scouts unbox their futures as young female entrepreneurs through the world’s largest entrepreneurial program for girls. more
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