Christian County residents will have the chance to explore Missouri’s vital role in World War I through a traveling exhibit that features stories, images, and artifacts from museums, libraries, archives and private collections across the state.
Missouri 4-H had a strong performance in the 2019 Invitational Youth Dairy Judging Contest held Sept. 16 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania at the All-American Dairy Show.
Did you realize 4-H isn’t just for farm kids? While we’re not getting away from our rich heritage in helping rural communities with learning in agriculture, 4-H offers 60 different project selections to interest all youth ages 5-18.
Suzanne McGowen has been a band teacher at Ozark Middle School for 13 years. While she is always excited for the start of school, this year she was a bit more eager to get back into her classroom and welcome students, thanks to summer building renovations.
For the eighth year in a row, the Christian County Elks Lodge No. 2777 hosted children to “Elks Back to School Shopping” spree at Walmart stores in Ozark and Nixa, supported by Least Of These Christian County food pantry.
Zoe Billedo of Ozark represented Missouri in the 62nd Distinguished Young Women National Finals. Billedo, along with 50 other state representatives, spent more than two weeks in Mobile, Alabama, preparing for and taking part in the national scholarship competition.
The Nixa Education Foundation recently granted money for the purpose of purchasing board games at the library at Inman Intermediate School. The games arrived just in time for summer school students to enjoy playing them.