6 hrs ago
CoxHealth heads diaper drive
Through March 29, CoxHealth in Springfield, Branson and Monett are holding a Diaper Drive to collect diapers for families who can't afford their own.
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13 hrs ago
Academic Awards & Achievers
The conference was held at Missouri Southern State University in Joplin. The following students attended: Jacob Stancer, senior accounting major from Ozark; Daylea DuVall, senior accounting major from Cabot, Ark.; and Rachel Lewis, senior management major from Springfield.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
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Artwork returns to Springfield for exhibit
James Edward Deeds, who died in 1987, spent most of his life in a mental hospital in Nevada, Mo., where he also created 283 drawings on hospital ledger paper, The Springfield News-Leader reported .
Branson-area chamber honors award recipients
BRANSON - The Branson/Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce handed out its annual awards at its Black Tie Gala on Feb. 22. The Pioneer Award, given to someone demonstrating outstanding service to the community at least 15 years ago, was presented to Mickey Gilley.
This spring, get out and explore some of Springfield's historic parks
Paula Vinyard practically grew up in Phelps Grove Park. Her family moved into a fine Dutch colonial-style home across the street from the park in 1935 when she was 5, and her family lived there for a decade.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
"The Boy Scouts' food drive was once our largest community food drive," Denise Gibson, development director at Ozarks Food Harvest, said in the release.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
20 years of 'throwed rolls'
Lambert's Cafe in Ozark has celebrated 20 years of "throwed rolls" today. Nowadays, the intersection of U.S. 65 and state Route CC just south of Springfield bustles with commerce, but when Norman Lambert purchased land on the east side of that intersection with plans to build a 300-plus-seat restaurant, a lot of folks thought he was crazy.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Find battery you need -- or have it built
Address: 1960 Boat St., Ozark Phone: 417-485-3082 Website: www.ellisbatteries.com Hours: 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday; 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday; closed Sunday Owners: Dwayne and Darren Ellis; Ronnie Buckner, store manager About the business: Ronnie Buckner, manager of Ellis Battery in Ozark, says if you have a battery-operated gadget, he has the ... (more)
Schedule unveiled for farmers market in Ozark
Food enthusiasts should take note of new days and times for the 2014 Ozark Downtown Farmers Market.
Historic preservation group will recognize Ozark's Riverside Bridge
The famed Riverside Bridge will be recognized Thursday at a ceremony at the State Capitol Rotunda in Jefferson City.
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Missouri Car Dealers Sued for Failing to Provide Buyers with Title
Jefferson City, MO - infoZine - Attorney General Chris Koster is filing seven civil lawsuits and two criminal cases against Missouri car dealers and financiers in Springfield, St. Louis, Lee's Summit, and Ozark, for failing to provide titles for sold vehicles as required by law.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Weather forces new schedule in Class 5-11
The snowy weather that already forced one local high school basketball district to rescheduled games has now affected two more.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Capitol Notes: Local races don't appear to have much suspense
The closest thing Missouri politics has to the NFL draft began this week. Candidate filing opened on Feb. 25. During the filing period, which lasts until March 25, anyone interested in running for elected office must file for candidacy.
Renowned art by Ozark man, committed to asylum, returns for Springfield exhibit
Welcome home, Edward. James Edward Deeds was an Ozark man who spent most of his life in a mental hospital in Nevada, Mo.
Ozarkers brace for winter storm
Teresa Santoro once lived in Alaska so she's used to snow, but she's never liked ice.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Departments mull relocation options
County commissioners visited potential sheriff's office sites, the board that controls E911 appears on two different dance cards and talks of a new city hall continue.
Three Ozark teens injured in pickup crash
Three Ozark teens were seriously injured in a single-vehicle accident on Feb. 19. According to a Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report, Devan Hall, Jacob Ketchum and Xavier Thomas, all 16, were injured in an accident on Elk Valley Road at approximately 4:50 p.m. The Highway Patrol report states that Hall was driving a 2000 Chevrolet pickup ... (more)
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Here is a day-by-day guide to the page: * Monday: This week in Ozarks History, provided by staff at the Springfield-Greene County Library; and Hank's History by Hank Billings * Tuesday: Faces in the Crowd, photos of people taken at local community events; a new column featuring news from the Community Foundation of the Ozarks; and a calendar of ... (more)