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Relics and treasures from 101 years ago are on display at the Christian County Historic Courthouse. Materials taken from a time capsule placed in a cornerstone in 1920 were the subject of a dedication ceremony in Ozark. more
The four-way intersection now has traffic circle installed at the spot where Tracker Road reaches its eastern end at Old Castle, which serves residential subdivisions. more
Nixa is home to a state champion artist whose work reflects years of practice and passion, along with some of the qualities that make him truly unique. more
Three Ozark School District employees received Ozark School District Foundation grants adding up to $2,000. more
The makeup of the Ozark Board of Aldermen will not change, but the lines of the map that determine voting wards have been adjusted. more
In celebration of the completion of the remodel, the store presented Least of These, Inc., food pantry with a check for $5,000 to help provide holiday meals for families this upcoming season. more
Ozark's 10-year road map for a brighter tomorrow looks a lot like West Jackson Street or the streets in the downtown Historic River District. There are orange cones, there are detours, there are large bumps in the road, and there are places where a bit more earth work or asphalt is needed than originally anticipated. more
In March of 2021, the Ozark Fire Protection District requested the Insurance Services Office (ISO) to conduct a review of the community’s public protection classification to update the insurance rating. This rating is an important factor in setting rates for property insurance. more
A special ceremony will be held at Nixa Community Center at 9 a.m. on Nov. 13 to recognize the 100-year remembrance of the Unkown Soldier, and honor all veterans who served in the U.S. military. more
The Ozark Chamber saluted its partners at the city of Ozark, Christian County and the Ozark School District. Partnership and collaboration were key themes for all of the speakers at the Salute to Community event. more
The Community College District of Central Southwest Missouri will use its $88,810 grant to assist Ozarks Technical Community College in expanding the line worker training program on the Richwood Valley campus in Christian County. more
This year’s Sparta Persimmon Days festival included a vendor village with food, crafts and live entertainment at Roller Park and a parade. more
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