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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
Construction workers are making progress on a new ambulance station at Christian County's busiest highway interchange. more
James N. Harper, 40, was given a life sentence on Dec. 22, for second-degree child molestation of a child less than 12 years of age. more
The Finley River Community Foundation seeks nominations for the 2021 Citizen of the Year Award. The recipient of the 2021 Citizen of the Year award will be announced at the Ozark Community Awards Banquet on Feb. 5, 2022 more
Tariffs reflecting the Missouri Public Service Commission’s Nov. 12 decision in a Spire Missouri, Inc. rate case will take effect on Dec. 23, 2021. Those tariffs reflect a net increase in Spire’s annual natural gas operating  revenues of approximately $24.9 million. more
The Missouri Association of Elementary School Principals named West Elementary Principal Gina McBain as Exemplary New Principal of the Year for the Southwest Region on Dec. 13. more
A new report based on U.S. Census data and economic trends suggests Christian County's workforce will grow by about 10 percent over the next five years, more than doubling the job growth experienced from 2016-2021. more
The Christian County Historic Courthouse and the offices therein will be closed on Christmas Eve, but procrastinators and others who like to wait until the last minute can take care of their personal property taxes on Dec. 31, New Year’s Eve. more
Ten of Christian County's rising stars in business and community involvement gathered for a celebration of their accomplishments. more
The Christian County Health Department announced it would stop doing work related to stopping the spread of COVID-19 on Dec. 13, but vaccination is still available through the health department for Christian County residents who are interested. more
When driving around Nixa this month, you may notice Nixa police officers have red ribbons tied to the outsides of their patrol vehicles. more
A Billings man who belongs to the Aryan Brotherhood, a neo-Nazi organized crime syndicate with white supremacist ideology, pleaded guilty in federal court on Dec. 16 to methamphetamine trafficking. more
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