“If you want to drink the water, you’ve got to get it from a well.”
The Nixa Special Services Department recently completed the desk review portion of the compliance monitoring required every three years by the Missouri Department of Elementary & Secondary Education (DESE), Office of Special Education.
UPDATE: Jacob Spain reportedly contacted Nixa police at approximately 9 a.m. on Oct. 13 to notify them of his location. Spain "turned himself in" according to a police press release.
The Nixa Police Department is changing its system for reporting crime statistics from the old Summary Reporting System (SRS) to a new, more thorough method known as National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS).
Pumpkin-carving, costume contests and colorful candy-binging: The month of October is full of Halloween fun. In the mood for something a little more hair-raising? Christian County has just your poison.
Springfield theater The Moxie Cinema will host the Missouri premiere of “Straight Edge Kegger,” an indie horror film that stars 2005 Nixa High School graduate Cory Kays.
A person of interest is in custody as the Nixa Police Department investigates a suspicious death at a home in the 900 block of S. Timber Ridge, according to a press release. Police were dispatched at roughly 10 p.m. July 18, to check the well-being of a person at the home. When police arrive…
Nixa High School senior Mark Meads placed second in the nation in Management Information Systems at the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) national conference.
What appeared to be a benign agenda item at a Nixa City Council meeting became a controversy as a plan to revitalize one of Nixa’s busiest areas died on the debate floor.