The Rockbridge mill today: This photo of the Rockbridge grist mill, taken last week, shows the mill’s current appearance after the 2017 flood damage was repaired. The renovation plan included adding diagonal wood facing to the lower half of the mill after that section of traditional red siding was ripped from the building by the floodwaters.
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Although Ozark County’s historic flood in late April 2017 damaged Rockbridge Rainbow Trout Ranch in a significant way, the resort only paused in its usual operations and was quickly back up and running. Now, a year later, it’s business as usual at the tucked-away resort, which got its start in 1954...

Before the flood of 2017, this large log cabin on the North Fork of the White River near Dawt had been owned – and loved – since 2005 by West Plains residents Kris and Greg Hubbard, who often hosted and friends there.
West Plains residents Kris and Greg Hubbard were in Nashville, Tennessee, attending a business meeting in April 2017 when they first got word of the...
May 19, 2018, 2:00 AM

After consulting historic flood maps and doing their “homework,” Tim and Sandy Johnson built their “forever home” on the North Fork of the White River near Blair Bridge. They spent their first night in the cabin on Friday, April 28, 2017.
Editor’s note: This story, part of our continuing coverage of the survivors of the historic 2017 flood, includes edited excerpts from an email...
May 18, 2018, 2:00 AM
Elijah Church of Christ’s Vacation Bible School will be held May 20-23, and the theme is “Noah’s Ark Adventure.” Speakers and times for the adult...
May 17, 2018, 11:09 AM

The Rockbridge mill today: This photo of the Rockbridge grist mill, taken last week, shows the mill’s current appearance after the 2017 flood damage was repaired. The renovation plan included adding diagonal wood facing to the lower half of the mill after that section of traditional red siding was ripped from the building by the floodwaters.
Although Ozark County’s historic flood in late April 2017 damaged Rockbridge Rainbow Trout Ranch in a significant way, the resort only paused in its usual operations and was quickly back up and running. Now, a year later, it’s business as usual at the tucked-away resort, which got its start in 1954...
May 20, 2018

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  • The Rockbridge mill today: This photo of the Rockbridge grist mill, taken last week, shows the mill’s current appearance after the 2017 flood damage was repaired. The renovation plan included adding diagonal wood facing to the lower half of the mill after that section of traditional red siding was ripped from the building by the floodwaters.
    May 20, 2018
    Although Ozark County’s historic flood in late April 2017 damaged Rockbridge Rainbow Trout Ranch in a significant way, the resort only paused in its usual operations and was quickly back up and...

  • Before the flood of 2017, this large log cabin on the North Fork of the White River near Dawt had been owned – and loved – since 2005 by West Plains residents Kris and Greg Hubbard, who often hosted and friends there.
    May 19, 2018
    West Plains residents Kris and Greg Hubbard were in Nashville, Tennessee, attending a business meeting in April 2017 when they first got word of the flood back in West Plains – as well as on...

  • After consulting historic flood maps and doing their “homework,” Tim and Sandy Johnson built their “forever home” on the North Fork of the White River near Blair Bridge. They spent their first night in the cabin on Friday, April 28, 2017.
    May 18, 2018
    Editor’s note: This story, part of our continuing coverage of the survivors of the historic 2017 flood, includes edited excerpts from an email written to us last month by Sandy Johnson,...

Sports

  • May 17, 2018
    Several Ozark Countians are among the 267 candidates for graduation from Missouri State University-West Plains during commencement ceremonies to be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 19, at the West...
  • April 26, 2018
    Alyssa Dillon of Tecumseh, a student at Missouri State University-West Plains, won third place in the microeconomics competition and fourth place in accounting principles at the Future Business...
  • April 19, 2018
    Alyssa Dillon of Tecumseh, a sophomore Associate of Science in business major at Missouri State University-West Plains, is one of 29 college students in the Missouri – and the only student from...

Education

  • May 17, 2018
    The Gainesville Junior High School baseball team ended a successful season with a 14-1 record. Members of the team are, from left (kneeling), Deric Luna, Camden Evans, Dymon Van Eperen, Colton Lawson...
  • May 17, 2018
    Several Ozark Countians are among the 267 candidates for graduation from Missouri State University-West Plains during commencement ceremonies to be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 19, at the West...
  • May 17, 2018
    Four Ozark County graduating seniors have been awarded scholarships this year from the PFC Matthew J. England Memorial Scholarship fund.Cassy Jean Doebler, Gainesville High School,  received $1,...

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