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It's faster, it's more communicable and it needs less time to incubate. The omicron variant of COVID-19 arrived in southwest Missouri. more
The White River Valley Electric Trust Board awarded $75,033 to teachers in 20 school districts within the cooperative's service area. more
Clara Jacqueline Everding, born to parents Nathan and Kelly of Nixa, arrived at 12:38 a.m. at Cox Medical Center South. more
For a residential customer using 1,000 kilowatt-hours of electricity per month, the DSIM charge would cost approximately $0.87 per month. It will appear as a  separate line item on customer monthly bills. more
Judge Jessica Kruse loses the word "associate" in her title and becomes a circuit judge. Steven Ward will fill the Associate Circuit Judge vacancy created by Kruse's appointment to circuit judge. more
A million minutes is a huge amount of time. How big? Another way of putting it is a thousand THOUSAND minutes of reading. But how, you ask, could anyone ever read that much? Together, we can — as a community. This January 3 - 31, we challenge everyone (and ourselves) to reach that reading goal. more
Nixa Police need your help identifying two young boys who were found walking down a street in 47-degree weather by a passerby. more
Voters in Ozark enacted a 3/8-cent transportation sales tax in 2017, allowing for the creation of a five-year transportation improvement plan. more
The Christian County University of Missouri (MU) Extension office has moved its offices from the Ozark square to a new location at 4101 North State Route NN, Suite 103, in Ozark. The phone number … more
Efforts to recall Nixa Mayor Brian Steele from office proved unsuccessful with voters in November, and the final cost of the special election exceeded expectations. more
The Children's Smile Center received a $2,102 contribution from the Finley River Community Foundation that will help kids in Christian County receive dental care. more
The cities of Ozark and Nixa have signed on with the Missouri Attorney General's Office to get funds from a national class action lawsuit against opioid manufacturers and distributors. more
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