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He was 17 at the time he was accused of luring another boy into a series of sex acts that led to a grand jury indictment. More than three years after those incidents, Nicholas Cole was sentenced to 120 days in prison and five years of probation on three felony charges. more
Missouri Chief Justice Paul C. Wilson recognized Judge Laura Johnson and Judge Jennifer Growcock from Christian County for participating in the judicial transfer program in the last fiscal year during a ceremony honoring exemplary service to the people of Missouri. more
Missouri-based Gettin’ Basted barbecue team claimed the title of "Grand Champion" at the 32nd Annual Jack Daniel’s World Championship Invitational Barbecue in Lynchburg, Tennessee. more
The population of the Ozark School District continues to grow, and educators continue to plan for more people and more students. more
Ozark High School senior Vadim Grishchuk was selected as a semifinalist in the 2021 National Merit Scholarship Program, while fellow senior Calla Yearta-Southern was named a commended scholar. more
Data from the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services shows that 777 Christian County residents received a vaccine dose against the COVID-19 virus in the first seven days of October. more
Finley Farms and the Ozark Mill are still very much under development. Up next is the lower level room called the Garrison, a speakeasy-style bar with cocktails and shareable plates, and a meeting space called the Riverside Room that features the mill’s old flood doors. more
Billings was shut out for the first six innings while dropping a 6-2 decision to Galena in the SWCL Tournament championship game Tuesday. more
Have an event? Send the date, time, place and details to news@ccheadliner.com to be included in our next Community Calendar. more
On Oct. 4, the Ozark Board of Aldermen conducted the first reading of a bill that would change Ozark's laws for animal control, transferring animal control responsibilities from the Department of Public Works to the Ozark Police Department. more
The student staff of Nixa High School’s “Wingspan” magazine and the website NixaJournalism.net received an internationally-recognized first place award from the Quill and Scroll International Society. more
Earth is moving and footings for the foundation are going into place off of U.S. Highway 65, where the Christian County Ambulance District will eventually have its headquarters at one of Christian County's busiest highway interchanges. more
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