Linda Daugherty of Nixa is the new president of the Missouri School Boards’ Association.
The spring of 2020 has been certainly memorable for seniors at Ozark High School—in more ways than one for a group of scholarship recipients.
The former principal at Spokane High School filed a lawsuit seeking unspecified damages against the Spokane School District, five current or former district employees and a prosecuting attorney.
Children learn and develop — academically, socially and physically — at different paces. That’s why having your child participate in kindergarten screening is important.
Members of Missouri Future Business Leaders of America from Ozark and Nixa brought home dozens of medals from the FBLA district leadership conference Feb. 4, at Missouri State University.
The Missouri Sports Hall of Fame ushered in its Class of 2020 on Jan. 26, which includes the Ozark High School cheerleading program.
Ozark third grader Zane Fitzpatrick knew he was going to get to see his dad soon, but Jan. 8 was 12 days earlier than anticipated. When his dad walked into a classroom at West Elementary, Zane was a bit confused.
THE OZARK POLICE DEPARTMENT celebrated the graduations of three new police officers from the Drury University Law Enforcement Academy Dec. 12. From left, Ozark Police Chief Justin Arnold, new Ozark police officers Jeremy Cummings, Blake Anderson and Austin Strickland, and Ozark Police Lt. Ke…