Stakeholders from the Ozarks Technical Community College Richwood Valley Campus cut the ribbon Aug. 12 on its newest addition: an 11,250-square foot agriculture education center. Educators welcomed community leaders and other members of the public for the grand opening. The $2 million projec…
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.
The Ozark R-VI School District announced its revised free and reduced price meal policy for school children unable to pay the full price of meals served in schools under the National School Lunch Program and the School Breakfast Program.
The Nixa High School marching band visited Hawaii the week of May 26-31. On May 29, the band performed at the USS Missouri and USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor.
Casey Carpenter has been hired to be the next principal of Reeds Spring Middle School. Carpenter is currently the assistant principal of Ozark High School.
The Missouri Writers Hall of Fame honored Ozark High School student Caroline Taylor at the Student Awards Banquet April 25, at the Darr Center in Springfield.
The Ozark FFA Chapter won the horse evaluation and selection career development event at the 91st Missouri FFA Convention. There were 47 teams in the competition.
The Christian County Agriculture and Mechanical Society announced that it extended the deadline to accept applications for its 2019 Scholarship program available to students in Christian County for the 2018-2019 school year.
Did you know that in Haiti, many mothers don’t have diapers for their babies? Ozark High School Family, Career and Community Leaders of America students were heartbroken when they learned that fact, so they decided to take action, staying after school to sew cloth diapers.