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A Nixa woman who led law enforcement officers on a high-speed chase at night with no headlights pleaded guilty in federal court Jan. 13 to trafficking methamphetamine. more
The Ozark Board of Aldermen will weigh a proposal to refinance bonds issued for water system improvements in 2013. If enacted, the plan could allow more money for Ozark to invest in utility projects than anticipated. more
Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft announced that a countdown clock will be displayed on his office’s website to show the time left in the 2022 legislative session to pass election integrity reform. more
The interests for Christian County lawmakers are diverse. None of the four legislators—three representatives and one senators—are freshmen in this session. Most are introducing at least one piece of legislation that failed to pass in a previous session of the General Assembly. more
Orthophotography is a technique that combines aerial photographs taken from planes with the physical characteristics and scaling of maps. more
A promotion eliminates a slash in Cindy Robbins' job title. She previously served as a part-time city administrator and as the city clerk. She will take on more duties in administration, which means the search is on for someone to take on the clerk's role. more
A March plea hearing may decide the outcome of a Russian immigrant's case in Ozark. Aleksandr Kovalenko, 62, is accused of eight different sex crimes against children. more
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services did not document any new COVID deaths among Christian County residents from Dec. 28-Jan. 3. To date, there have been 176 Christian County residents who died with COVID cases confirmed through PCR tests. more
A park project at least nine months in the making should deliver a dryer, safer playground at McCauley Park, near the Nixa Community Center. more
The proposal would leave Missouri's members of the U.S. House of Representatives with a 6:2 ratio of Republicans to Democrats, based on current officeholders and traditional voting patterns. more
Most school districts in southwest Missouri have canceled classes or shifted to virtual learning for the day, due to snow and ice on roads and highways. more
Court records show that the appeal was filed and referred to the Missouri Southern District Court of Appeals in Springfield on Dec. 28. more
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