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Local News: News briefs (4/17/19)  Cassville Democrat

Marvin Phipps, Secretary of the Barry Electric Cooperative, reminds all members of the seventy-second Annual Meeting to be held April 25 at the First Baptist ...



Cassville High School Closed Overnight for Possible Bomb Threat  OzarksFirst.com

CASSVILLE, Mo. - Cassville High School students are back in class today after the campus was closed last night due to a possible bomb threat.



Tip-Off royalty crowned at Cassville High School  Cassville Democrat

The Tip-Off Queen for 2019 was crowned on Friday prior to the Cassville varsity basketball contest against Southwest. Taking the honor this year was senior ...



Local News: Cassville hires new assistant principal (5/9/18)  Cassville Democrat

A new school year brings new things, and Cassville High School's 2018-2019 school year will bring Nathan Carter on board as the new assistant principal.



Cassville Missouri SuperMileage Challenge team gets ready  KSNF/KODE - FourStatesHomepage.com

Students in a southwest Missouri school district are using what they have learned in class to build a better car.



High School Sports: A championship blast from the past (9/5/18)  Cassville Democrat

Members of the Cassville High School 1998 district champion football team and representatives of late players were honored Friday at Wildcat Stadium.



Local News: Cassville school staff participate in shooter training (4/25/18)  Cassville Democrat

In a realistic school shooter training exercise Wednesday, Cassville High School administration and staff — down to every teacher, substitute, cook, office staff, ...



Cassville's Lauren Turner seeking new normal more than a year after father's death  Ozarks Sports Zone

By Matt Turer (For OzarksSportsZone.com) – @MattTurer. Watch part one of Lauren's story in the video above. Part two of the video is at the bottom of this article.



Nixa Schools Provides Free On-Site Clinic for Staff and Their Children  OzarksFirst.com

NIXA, Mo. - Nixa Schools is now offering free health clinics for staff members and their children.



Former teacher leaves behind $1 million for future educators  KY3

A former Ozarks teacher has left behind $1 million of his life savings for future educators. The scholarships through the fund will be awarded to students who are ...



Three Missouri Schools to be Awarded $100,000 Fitness Centers  OzarksFirst.com

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Less than one week remains to nominate any Missouri elementary or middle school to be awarded one of three $100000 fitness ...



Local News: Merry Christmas candidates raise $19K (12/27/17)  Cassville Democrat

The Mr. and Miss Merry Christmas program concluded on Thursday with a coronation ceremony assembly, hosted by the Cassville Student Council. The 2017 ...



Parson announces Fitzpatrick as next state treasurer | News  Buffalo Reflex

On Dec. 19, Gov. Mike Parson announced Scott Fitzpatrick as the next state treasurer of Missouri.



National News: Cargill donates to Cassville FFA Chapter (2/28/18)  Cassville Democrat

In recognition of the value that local FFA chapters play in developing young leaders for a future in agriculture, its Butterfield feed mill staff, along with the Monett ...



Cassville High School top academic performers  Springfield News-Leader

All-Star nominee: Kaylyn M. Bryant. Seniors: Nathaniel Aday, Carrie Agans, Mariah Anderson, Susie Anglim, Tyler Arndt, Allen Baldwin, Katie Bateman, Nathan ...



MO Governor Mike Parson announces Scott Fitzpatrick as the next State Treasurer  KQ2.com

Governor Mike Parson announced Scott Fitzpatrick as the next State Treasurer of Missouri Wednesday.



Nixa School Combating Food Waste and Hunger  OzarksFirst.com

NIXA, Mo.--An elementary school in Nixa is helping to eliminate wasting food by implementing a food sharing program.



Obituary: Evan White (2/14/18)  Cassville Democrat

Evan White was born December 17, 1993, to Eric and Amy White. He passed away Saturday, February 3, 2018, at Mercy Hospital in Springfield, Missouri at the ...



Ozarks Hero -William Southers  OzarksFirst.com

Name: William Southers Military Branch: Army Military Rank: E-4. Years in *Service*: 1952-1955. Hometown: Trenton, MO Served in Korea and Deceased.



Design for FEMA shelter at Cassville High School unveiled  Cassville Democrat

A rendering for a second FEMA-approved shelter building on the Cassville R-4 School campus was finalized this week, and school board members are ...



High School Sports: Drawing national attention (2/1/17)  Cassville Democrat

The Cassville High School cheerleading squad placed second in the Small Intermediate Game Day division and earned the Superior Showmanship award at ...



Obituary: Janet Gayle “Jan” Smith (10/25/17)  Cassville Democrat

Janet Gayle “Jan” Smith, 60, of Shell Knob, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017, at her home. She was born Nov.18, 1956, in Dallas, Texas, the daughter of ...



Cassville R-IV School Board names new superintendent  Cassville Democrat

After serving the Cassville School District for around a dozen years and accumulating over 10 years of administrative experience, Richard Asbill, Cassville ...



Local News: Rock Gym sees progress (6/18/14)  Cassville Democrat

Dusty Reed, left, director of facilities and operations, and Coy Dalton, Cassville High School assistant principal, listen to Richard Asbill, superintendent of ...



Nixa High teen suffers traumatic face injury at marching band contest  Springfield News-Leader

Editor's note: An update to this story can be read here. At the last minute, Bryce Long's mom finessed a way to accompany him to a marching band contest in ...



Farm & Home Calendar | Farm And Home Calendar  Farm Talk

April 18–Farm Friends. Located: Pauline Whitaker Animal Science Center, 1335 W. Knapp, Fayetteville, Ark. For more information, call 479-444-1755. Time: 3:30 ...



Missouri high school girls basketball team drinks urine in water cooler prank pulled by rivals - NY Daily News  New York Daily News

They certainly weren't drinking Gatorade. An entire Missouri girls basketball team drank diluted urine after prankster players from a rival high school tampered ...



Thursday, February 14 Midday Forecast  OzarksFirst.com

Warm & breezy Valentine's Day before snow & ice return.



New report from Auditor Galloway examines performance of state's Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline  OzarksFirst.com

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - State Auditor Nicole Galloway released her office's audit of the Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline Unit, which is administered by the ...



Democrats Prepare for Fight on Trump Tax Returns  OzarksFirst.com

(CNN) - Democrats will hold their first hearing Thursday on the importance of presidents disclosing their tax returns, setting up a showdown between the House ...



REAL ID Licenses are Available Today  OzarksFirst.com

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri has started offering licenses and identifications that comply with stricter federal identification requirements under the ...



Country Dodge donates to art club, gets painting  Cassville Democrat

Kurt Berndt, left, general manager and partner at Country Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram in Cassville, recently made a donation to the Cassville High School Art ...



Cassville family: Son's recovery nothing short of a miracle  Cassville Democrat

For the Beagle family of Cassville, the verse Matthew 21: 22, "If you believe, you will receive whatever you ask for in prayer," could not be any more true.



ICE Says 3 Springfield Homicides Could Have Been Prevented by a New Jersey Jail  OzarksFirst.com

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- ICE is slamming a New Jersey county jail for a triple murder that took place in Springfield.



Local News: Cassville juniors win Miss, Mr. Merry Christmas (12/28/16)  Cassville Democrat

Junior Madisyn Popanz, left, is crowned 2016 Miss Merry Christmas by 2015 recipient Audra Brooks, and junior Payton Varner, left middle, is crowned 2016 Mr.



High School Sports: Cassville searching for football alumni (7/19/17)  Cassville Democrat

Cassville, for the fifth consecutive year, is seeking former alumni to be honored at the first home game of the season. Lance Parnell, Cassville's football coach, ...



Arkansas House panel OKs Johnny Cash, Daisy Bates statues  OzarksFirst.com

LITTLE ROCK, Ar. (AP) - An Arkansas House panel has advanced a proposal to replace the state's two statues at the U.S. Capitol with ones depicting singer ...



First Baptist youth pastor heads to Purdy church  Cassville Democrat

Jason Mackey, youth pastor at First Baptist Church of Cassville for more than 16 years, was recently named as the new pastor of Arnhart Baptist Church in Purdy.



Brazil's far-right president visits CIA on friendly US tour  OzarksFirst.com

WASHINGTON (AP) - The president of Brazil made an unusual visit to CIA headquarters Monday and later spoke of his admiration for the United States on the ...



CANCELLED: Endangered Person Advisory Issued for Marshfield 18-Year-Old Found Safe  OzarksFirst.com

MARSHFIELD, Mo. -- UPDATE: Ashley Woods was found safe.



How Springfield's Andy Warhols Were Stolen  OzarksFirst.com

By 1985, when the Springfield Art Museum received a donation of 10 Andy Warhol Campbell's Soup screenprints, the artist himself was more interested in ...



Former Missouri Catholic Priest Named in PA Grand Jury Report  OzarksFirst.com

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A bishop from the Jefferson City Catholic Diocese agreed to cooperate with an investigation by the attorney general's office into ...



City Expanding Mattress Recycling Service  OzarksFirst.com

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - The City of Springfield announces a new location where you can drop off your used mattress.



Twin teens killed in crash  Joplin Globe

CASSVILLE, Mo. — Two 16-year-old twin brothers from Cassville were killed in a crash Friday afternoon, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.



Chiefs release erstwhile star Berry as free agency begins  OzarksFirst.com

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The Kansas City Chiefs began free agency Wednesday by cutting one of their most popular players in strong safety Eric Berry, who ...



Bomb Threat at Strafford Truck Stop Determined to be Not Credible  OzarksFirst.com

STRAFFORD, Mo. -- The Springfield Bomb Squad responded to a bomb threat at a Strafford truck stop Monday but determined that there was no threat.



Local News: Event celebrates Cassville educators (5/22/13)  Cassville Democrat

Several Cassville R-4 School District faculty members were honored with special recognitions, gifts and scholarships during this year's Cassville Community ...



Local News: Community grieves death of young girl (2/24/11)  Cassville Democrat

Students at Cassville Intermediate School are keeping what R-4 Superintendent Richard Asbill calls a "stiff upper lip" in the wake of the tragic loss of their ...



Peterson, Cheryl Louise (Erickson Ley)  Madison.com

BELOIT / CASSVILLE / CAMBRIDGE / BARNES—Cheryl Louise (Erickson Ley) Peterson, age 65, passed away on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2019, at home after a ...



2 injured in Los Angeles explosion following gasoline leak  OzarksFirst.com

LOS ANGELES (AP) - A tanker truck leaking gasoline caught fire and caused an explosion that injured two people and sent up a huge plume visible across Los ...



Europe's First Underwater Restaurant Opens in Norway  OzarksFirst.com

NORWAY -- Forget scuba gear. If you want a real glimpse of life under the sea, you might just need to make dinner reservations. The first underwater restaurant ...



Dubai finds itself entangled in case against R. Kelly  OzarksFirst.com

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) - Dubai found itself entangled in the sex abuse case against American R&B singer R. Kelly on Thursday after the performer ...



Danica Patrick to join NBC's Indy 500 team  OzarksFirst.com

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) - Danica Patrick will join NBC Sports' inaugural coverage of the Indianapolis 500 as an analyst alongside host Mike Tirico. Patrick ...



Monsanto's Roundup Likely Cause of Second Man's Cancer, Jury Says  OzarksFirst.com

(CNN) - In the first federal case of what could become thousands of lawsuits, a jury found the world's most widely used herbicide was likely responsible for a ...



Carl Junction sweeps district championships over Webb City  Joplin Globe

CASSVILLE, Mo. — The number three proved significant to both Carl Junction High School basketball teams on Saturday night at the Class 4 District 10 ...



Local News: Business landscape growing in Shell Knob (6/14/17)  Cassville Democrat

A favorite tourist and retirement destination for scores of people looking for fun or relaxation by Table Rock Lake, Shell Knob has seen a boom in business ...



From farm to college and back, Cupps learned many lessons  Cassville Democrat

Challenger for Barry County's southern commissioner, Matt Cupps, R-Shell Knob, has taken the long road from the farm, through college and back to farming, ...



Rich Brown: Church puts down new roots  Joplin Globe

Members of Rooted Church recently pulled up roots where they have met the past year in order to move into their first church building, and although their ...



Chess victory is ticket out of shelter for 8-year-old boy  OzarksFirst.com

NEW YORK (AP) - An 8-year-old boy's victory as New York state chess champion will be his family's ticket out of a homeless shelter. The New York Times ...



Local News: Sheriff's Office investigates vandalism at Crystal Caverns (3/11/15)  Cassville Democrat

Jonathan Beard, vice president of the Missouri Caves & Karst Conservancy and assistant manager of Crystal Caverns, looks at damage to the Cassville cave's ...



Hopes shifting as Republicans, Democrats wait for Mueller  OzarksFirst.com

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump has been calling the Russia probe a witch hunt for two years. But now, Trump and his allies are starting to see it ...



Downtown Springfield is Currently Home to 50 Hours of Prayer  OzarksFirst.com

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- If you're in downtown Springfield this weekend, you'll hear the sounds of worship music and prayers filling the air.



Other 2020 Dems begin sharpening criticism of Beto O'Rourke  OzarksFirst.com

DUBUQUE, Iowa (AP) - Back when he was still just teasing a presidential run, Beto O'Rourke told Vanity Fair he was "born to be in" the race. Now that he's ...



Game recap: Cassville High School Football Team beats Mt. Vernon  MaxPreps

MT. VERNON, Mo. - Cassville (Mo.) extended its winning streak to nine games with a 21-12 victory over Mt. Vernon (Mo.) on Saturday. After taking the lead on a ...



Hollister Police Seek Help in Finding Shooting Suspect  OzarksFirst.com

HOLLISTER, Mo- The Hollister Police Department is asking for help in finding a man who is a suspect in connection with a shooting in early September.



Teen Killed, Two Injured Near West Plains, MO  OzarksFirst.com

WEST PLAINS, Mo. -- A 15-year-old boy was killed Thursday in Howell County after the car he was riding in was struck by a truck.



Local American Legion serves breakfast to area's veterans  Cassville Democrat

Harry Stephens, right, hands over a hot container to his son, Craig Stephens, during the American Legion veterans breakfast Saturday in Cassville.



US, Russia divided on Venezuela after talks in Rome  OzarksFirst.com

ROME (AP) - Russia and the United States remain split on how to resolve the crisis in Venezuela, officials from both powers said Tuesday after talks in Rome.



Manufacturing Hiring Event in Springfield  OzarksFirst.com

SPRINGFIELD, Mo- A hiring event with plenty of manufacturing positions open will take place in Springfield on Thursday.



DC-area sniper shootings case to have Supreme Court hearing  OzarksFirst.com

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to consider Virginia's plea to reinstate the life-without-parole sentence of a man who as a teenager ...



Be Blessed with Cami Jenkins - Mindset - 11/21/18  OzarksFirst.com

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Larger Turnout For Early Voting in Arkansas  OzarksFirst.com

HARRISON, Ark. -- In Arkansas today, residents are heading to the polls to cast their ballots early -- ahead of the November 6, general election.



Nixa Junior High Students Compete in Iron Chef Event  OzarksFirst.com

NIXA, Mo. - Nixa Junior High was filled with students flexing the culinary muscles Saturday.The sixth Nixa Iron Chef featured the "Rockin Wrap" this year and the ...



Tick-Borne Disease Fatal To Cats  OzarksFirst.com

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A disease known as "Bobcat Fever" can kill a house cat in days, and cases are popping up across the Ozarks.



Local News: STATE CHAMPS (12/4/08)  Cassville Democrat

The Cassville Wildcats traveled to St. Louis last Friday to face the Cardinal-Ritter Lions in the Edward Jones Dome. With the Class 3 state championship on the ...



Highway Patrol Welcomes 26 new Troopers, Three Assigned to the Ozarks  OzarksFirst.com

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo- 26 troopers have graduated from the Patrol's Law Enforcement Academy Friday and are now ready to join the Missouri Highway Patrol.



Taney County Sheriff's Office Warns Public of Scam Call Asking for Money  OzarksFirst.com

TANEY COUNTY, Mo. -- The Taney County Sheriff's Office warned the public Monday of a scam phone call claiming to be a captain from the sheriff's office that ...



Garage Doors, Stone Veneer Top List For Investment Returns on Home Renovations  OzarksFirst.com

SPRINGFIELD, Mo -- Remodeling spending is expected to eclipse over $340 billion dollars in 2018. That's up 7% from last year, and the trend can be seen right ...



Reeds Spring Middle School Receives National Award for Indoor Architecture  OzarksFirst.com

REEDS SPRING, Mo. -- Reeds Spring Middle School has been named a 2018 national award winner for best interior architecture.The American Institute of ...



Utility Legislation Moves Further Than Previous Years in Missouri With Initial Passage of House Bill  OzarksFirst.com

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.--The Missouri House is expected to finalize on Thursday sweeping utility legislation – a similar version has already passed in the Senate ...



Springfield's Commercial Street a 'great place,' Says Planning Association  OzarksFirst.com

Springfield's Commercial Street has received the "Great Street in Missouri" award from the state chapter of the American Planning Association.



Mount Vernon Seeks First State Title Since 1978  OzarksFirst.com

MOUNT VERNON, Mo--How does a team with four losses make the state championship game?



Lucky's Market: Springfield's New Sip and Stroll Grocery Store  OzarksFirst.com

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- KOLR 10 got a sneak peek of Springfield's newest grocery store Monday.Lucky's Market on South Glenstone Avenue won't open officially ...



Nixa Schools Deny Federal Transgender Policy  OzarksFirst.com

NIXA, Mo.-- It was back in May that the departments of education and justice teamed up to deliver a letter of guidance to the public schools of America urging ...



Missouri Department of Conservation Lists State Park Areas to Help Harvest Hay  OzarksFirst.com

SPRINGFIELD, Mo- The Missouri Department of Conservation has released a list of state parks they are offering almost 1000 acres of specified grasslands to be ...



Springfield Man Sentenced for Enticing a Minor for Sex  OzarksFirst.com

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - A Springfield man has been sentenced in federal court for attempting to entice a minor to engage in illicit sexual activity.



From Cub to Tiger: Chad Depee new football boss at Ozark  Christian County Headliner News

It took just 33 days for the Ozark R-VI School District to find its new head football coach, and it found him just 46 miles down the road.



Want a Peek of Silver Dollar City's New Roller Coaster? We Have It  OzarksFirst.com

Silver Dollar City is giving the public a sneak peek of the new Time Traveler Rollercoaster.



Christmas Parade Strolls Through Downtown Springfield  OzarksFirst.com

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The 50th annual Springfield Christmas Parade attracted many people to downtown Springfield.



Undocumented Resident Charged With Rape, Kidnapping After Missing Woman Is Found  OzarksFirst.com

GREENE COUNTY, Mo.-- Two men, one who is an undocumented resident living in the United States illegally, have been charged with kidnapping, rape, and ...



UPDATE: Woman Found Safe After Abducted from Nixa Walmart Parking Lot  OzarksFirst.com

UPDATE 10:28 p.m.: Nixa Police have located the woman, she is now safe. She was allegedly abducted from a Nixa Walmart parking lot by a man in a white car ...



Murder Suspect Arrested, Charged After Springfield Standoff  OzarksFirst.com

An arrest has been made and charges have been filed in a shooting at a Springfield motel that killed a man in December 2017.



Nixon Calls for Mo. Lawmakers to Fix Real ID Problem  OzarksFirst.com

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Missourians may have difficulties using their driver's licenses to gain access to federal facilities, beginning on Monday.



Knights of Columbus Hope to Reach $60,000 Goal at 23rd Annual Bowl-A-Thon  OzarksFirst.com

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The 23rd Annual Bowl-A-Thon to benefit The Kitchen was hosted in Springfield Sunday.The fundraiser is hosted by the Knights of ...



MSSU Students moved into the dorms today  Four States Homepage

JOPLIN, Mo. - What a difference a year makes. This time last year, Alexis Cieslinski was at the top of the heap as a Senor at Cassville High School. Alexis says ...



New Colobus Monkey Born at DPZ  OzarksFirst.com

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- We're taking you live this morning to the Dickerson Park Zoo on KOLR10 Daybreak, where zookeeper Tracy Campbell joins us.He's live ...



2017 Baseball Preview: Neosho  Ozarks Sports Zone

By Kary Booher. There are so many reasons to think the Neosho High School baseball team could be a factor this year. And here is one – its finish to last season ...



Road Conditions at 6:50 a.m. - Springfield and Branson  OzarksFirst.com

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- In team coverage this morning, we're checking the impacts of the light freezing rain that fell overnight in parts of the Ozarks - and the road ...



'Angels of the sky' offer flights into flooded Nebraska city  OzarksFirst.com

A Nebraska city walled off by massive flooding is getting a big lift from private pilots who are offering free flights to shuttle stranded residents to and from their ...



5 Arrested for Pharmacy Burglary That May Be Tied to Others  OzarksFirst.com

ROLLA, Mo. -- Five men are jailed and charged with a break-in at a pharmacy in Rolla, that may be tied to many others throughout the Midwest.



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