A couple of weeks ago, we wrote an opinion piece about zipper merging. We took some advice from our friends at the Missouri Department and Transportation and tried, in good faith, to get the word out about a practice we hoped would reduce our collective frustration and distress that boils up…
The idea is very young, but we are excited at the idea that parts of historic downtown Ozark may be bustling with life and activity in the evenings.
If you tuned in to join the national craze and watch the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup final on Sunday, you have have encountered an unpleasant surprise.
We are now into the firecracker month. Tents are set up all over the place. One doesn't have to go very far to get all the excitement they need for family fireworks. There were a lot of community fireworks over the weekend. We can all start looking forward to Thursday for more family gatherings.
I enjoyed watching all of the shows about the end of World War II. It is pretty emotional when we think of some of the guys we knew while we were growing up. If I took the time to look, pictures of cousins and friends would show up.
It started with a simple act of vandalism, a little bit of broken glass. Vandals in Clever brought about a message from Police Chief Jeff Lofton that resonated with our staff here at the Headliner News.
Hopefully, each of you mothers had a great Mother's Day on Sunday. I feel that every day is Mother's Day once you have that first child. Each day is important in a different way. We moms know that "no two days are the same with kids.”
For the past few months, I’ve been working as an intern at Christian County Headliner News. I grew up in Ozark, graduated from Grace Classical Academy and made the decision to live in Virginia for four years while I pursued a Bachelor of Arts in journalism with a minor in classics at Patrick…