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Dogwood Ranch sits nestled on almost 60 acres in Rogersville. The sprawling landscape, large indoor arena, barn and two cabins on the property provide a safe haven for foster youth and at-risk families … more
Citizens of Christian County exercised their right to vote in this past April 5th general municipal election. Voters decided on a few contested races this time around. … more
Least of These, Inc. celebrated its 24th birthday on Wednesday, Feb. 9. The organization started in 1998 as an outreach project for a Nixa church, serving seven families. After one year, 100 families … more
With spurts of warmer weather in sight, the City of Ozark has created a scavenger hunt that leads to… stickers! The 2022 Ozark Sticker Hunt aims to increase local interaction with city … more
Multiple charges involving sex crimes were filed in Stone County against a Nixa police officer. A warrant was served for the arrest of Cody Don Scott on Tuesday, Feb. 8. He faces charges of 2nd … more
The improvement zone is between Tracker Road and State Route CC, one of the key east-west arteries between Nixa and Ozark. more
State and regional data sources show that January 2022 brought a high volume of COVID-19 infections to Christian County and the rest of southwest Missouri. January brought the highest number of COVID-19 deaths in a month since the end of the Delta surge in August 2021. more
The Ozark Police Department had a brief pursuit with the driver, an unidentified juvenile, moments before the fatal wreck happened at a curve on Highway 14 near 32nd Street near Fremont Road. more
Officials with the Spokane R-VII School District announced it has been selected to participate in the Missouri Postsecondary Advising Initiative, a statewide effort to place trained advisors into high schools, alongside current school counselors, to provide students with individualized college and career preparation support. more
Green Bridge, Hawkins Bridge, and Red Bridge are all more than 100 years old, and have reached the ends of their useful lives. They do not allow proper access for emergency vehicles, school buses, agricultural use and other public services. more
Trail connections remain a top priority for some of Ozark's top appointed and elected officials. A funding opportunity through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources could lead to more development on the Finley River near the new Riverside Bridge. more
Presiding Judge Laura Johnson ordered that all judicial officers in Christian County, which encompasses all of the Missouri 38th Judicial Circuit, will be closed on Feb. 3, “due to inclement winter weather creating unsafe driving conditions.” more
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