High school senior John Vaughan,has been named a semifinalist for the 2020 class of the Coca‑Cola Scholars Program, moving to the next round of the selection process to become a Coca-Cola Scholar and receive a $20,000 college scholarship.
Missouri 4-H finished as the 12th high team in the nation at the National 4-H Dairy Cattle judging contest, held Sept. 30 in Madison, Wisconsin.
For more than a decade, the Ozark School District has received clean audit reports from an independent auditor, and 2019 brought more of the same.
What’s -109 degrees Fahrenheit and can help create the perfect root beer float? That was the question leading the investigation of several John Thomas School of Discovery students in second grade classrooms.
After two days of competing against dozens of teams across the country, the Ozark JROTC Raider mixed team and male team are both ranked in the top 10 for the nation.
The afternoon classes at Tiger Paw Early Childhood Center went trick or treating in the school gymnasium. Check out all of the spectacular costumes as you take a break from your day to enjoy this cuteness overload.
Tiger Paw Early Childhood Center hosted a Halloween trick or treating event for students to dress in costumes and collect candy. Due to colder-than-usual temperatures outside, business owners and staffers from around the downtown Ozark square came to Tiger Paw for an indoor version of the sc…
Nixa SCORE Principal Cheryl Huson received the Youth Mental Health Advocate of the Year Award from Burrell Behavioral Health. She is the inaugural recipient of the award.
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.
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.