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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
A Nixa woman who admitted to beating a man she met on Facebook to the point that the man needed hospitalization has been sentenced to 20 years in prison. more
Lindenlure is located off of Canyon Road, on the north side of the Finley River at a point where State Highway 125 crosses at a bridge between Sparta and Rogersville. more
To many longtime Ozark residents, Finley River Park is synonymous with enjoying the outdoors, making family memories and attending large events. For the next five years, Finley River Park will … more
The commission will consist of nine qualified voters who live inside Nixa city limits. Current elected officials may not serve on the commission. Three commission members will be selected for each of Nixa's three city council districts. more
Cities, county governments and school districts across Missouri will have from now until the end of 2024 to decide how to spend money from the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, a federal stimulus package to speed up economic and public health recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. more
The sidewalks surrounding the Christian County Historic Courthouse were put to good use as people line both sides of Church Street, North Second Avenue and Elm Street to watch the parade on Nov. 20. Since then, construction workers have made more progress on resurfacing and improving the streets in the Ozark Historic River District. more
The Christian County Health Department joins the growing ranks of public health agencies halting work related to stopping the spread of COVID-19. The announcement comes in the wake of a court ruling in Cole County and under threat of legal action from the Missouri Attorney General's Office. more
Marie Day is a lifelong Chadwick resident, a retired teacher, a columnist for the Christian County Headliner News and a farmer. For a 15th consecutive year, she hosted the kindergarten class from Chadwick Elementary School to her farm for a field trip. more
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