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Help Least Of These, Inc. "Stuff the Truck" on Thursday, Nov. 4, from 6-7:30 p.m. more
More than 75 percent of the 3,266 voters in a special election chose “No” on a question of whether or not Steele should be recalled. The effort to recall the mayor stems from an order he gave that made face masks a requirement in public places from October 2020 to the end of April 2021. more
With 9 of 9 precincts reporting, here at the special election results for Nixa, Highlandville and Saddlebrooke from the Nov. 2, 2021 election. more
People from across Christian County made contributions to a time capsule that will be placed in the Christian County Historic Courthouse in Ozark, replacing a time capsule from 1920 that was removed in 2021. more
The Nixa Dog Park, located at 1137 Norton Road, opened to the public on Nov. 1. The new city park features separate areas for small and large dogs. The Nixa Dog Park will be open every day of the year from 7 a.m. to 30 minutes after sunset. more
TRICK-OR-TREATERS walked around the Ozark square collecting candy from volunteers as part of a safe trick-or-treating event held annually by by the 4C Sertoma Club, participating businesses and civic organizations and emergency responders. more
Blake Doennig, 20, pleaded guilty to four felony charges during a court hearing in Ozark on Oct. 28. more
Levi Meadows is the band teacher for middle school and high school musicians in Mansfield. Dr. Gary Greene, principal of Mansfield Middle School, recognized Meadows for his work in helping Mansfield Middle School earning two designations for excellence. more
U.S. News and World Report ranks Sparta Elementary School among the top 30 percent of schools in Missouri, according to a report published on Oct. 20. more
Restaurant inspection scores are provided to the public by the Christian County Health Department as part of its ongoing inspection program. more
Nixa voters who want to remove Steele from office will select "yes," while voters who want him to stay in office will select "no." more
The Missouri Association of Rural Education (MARE) has named Spokane R-VII as the 2021 Outstanding Rural School District. MARE's membership includes 396 school districts in the state of Missouri. more
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