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Nixa Mayor Brian Steele has his eyes on a new challenge, a run for state representative. On Jan. 20, Steele announced he would run to represent Missouri House District 139, which includes Nixa and portions of central and western Christian County. more
A residential subdivision in far eastern Nixa will have 232 houses, according to a preliminary plat that the Nixa City Council approved by a 6-0 vote on Jan. 10. more
An Ozark trooper is among the 25 newest members of the Missouri State Highway Patrol. more
A proposal to extend a transportation sales tax in Ozark by five years cleared its final procedural hurdle and will appear on ballots when voters go to the polls on April 5, 2022. more
Frozen water pipes can be an unexpected source of frustration, or even an emergency, for Christian County residents during cold weather. more
Consumer spending is one of several tools used to measure the strength of a city, county or state economy, and sales tax revenues are used to set city budgets at least 12 months in advance. more
Due to a high rate of illnesses, including COVID-19, school district administrators announced that the schools would close for the remainder of the week, and plan to reopen Monday, Jan. 24. more
Seven years and a time of global pandemic are enough for Nathan Posten. The longtime alderman for Ozark's southern ward did not file to run for reelection, and will finish out the end of his term in April 2022. more
Investigators believe three persons stole an undisclosed amount of cash from the Super 8 hotel in Nixa at about 3:30 a.m. on Dec. 16, 2021. more
“CUB is our Campus Union Board for third and fourth graders at North. There are two representatives elected from each third and fourth grade class at the beginning of the school year." more
Nixa Utilities customers can now apply for assistance with the cost of paying for water bills through the State of Missouri’s Low Income Household Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP). more
Superintendent Michael Wallace explained in a letter to parents that the reason is because of a "high volume of absenteeism due to a variety of illnesses and symptoms," across the K-12 school district. more
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