City officials in Nixa hope to raise awareness about a relatively new pest to Missouri which is damaging trees and spreading throughout the state.
Fighting, fake blood and plenty of freak-outs: Cory Kays, a 2005 graduate of Nixa High School, recently won an award for ‘Best Lead Actor’ for his work in the 2019 horror film, “Straight Edge Kegger.”
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.
The time of the year to send kids back to school has already come and gone, and the city of Nixa is already preparing for the 2019-20 academic year.
The Nixa Ministerial Alliance hosts the Third Annual Christian County “One Nation Under God” 9/11 Remembrance Rally at Nixa High School’s Eagle Stadium on Sept. 9, at 5 p.m.
Nixa Cleaners is a total loss after an early-morning “heavy fire” erupted throughout the building Aug. 29, according to Nixa Fire Chief Assistant Whitney Weaver. He said the call was received at about 4:37 a.m.
Payton Ward made Nixa's softball season opener a memorable one by blasting a seventh-inning, game-winning three-run home run in the Lady Eagles' 4-3 triumph over Kickapoo on Friday.
If Nixa opts to throw more than the Eagles are accustomed to for Friday’s trip to Carthage, Eagles quarterback Hunter Crabtree says he will be ready for such an order.
AI Magazine has recently recognized Joel Harris as the top family law attorney for the State of Missouri. This is a distinction reserved for a single attorney in each state who has established themselves through their professionalism and excellence in service.
Members of the Nixa High School Marching Band have been practicing for their show, "Birds of a Feather," throughout the summer. These pictures were taken during a morning practice Friday, Aug. 3.