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  The Dora Falcons are 1-1 to start the fall/winter basketball season, losing to Galena at home on Nov. 19 and beating Bradleyville on Nov. 22. The Falcons couldn’t run with Galena (2-0) as Dora lost 75-52. On Nov. 22, Dora’s boys beat Bradleyville 80-69. Individual player statistics were not...
    Dora JAG (Jobs for American Graduates) student Lauren Martin (left) shakes hands with Missouri First Lady Teresa Parson at the state capital recently after Martin’s essay was selected a winning essay and will be compiled in a book of all JAG-MO winning essays. Martin’s essay will be in the...
  The Dora Falcons got their regular season rolling Saturday night hosting the Galena Bears. The Bears ruined the Falcons’ home-opener, beating the host birds 75-52. The Dora JV squad won their contest 62-48. The Falcons were scheduled to host Bradleyville on Tuesday. Results from that game were...
These Dora High School athletes competed in the Class 1 state cross country championship meet on Nov. 5. The Dora girls’ team was one of 16 teams at state out of 31 class 1 teams. The Lady Falcons took 10th place in state. Shown are all the Dora athletes who competed. From left, Joshua Nold, Mia...

The Dora JAG students have undertaken a service project to provide hygiene kits and products in school bathrooms for fellow students to use and take as needed. JAG students are pictured here with a donation of personal hygiene and feminine products donated by Sam and Kayla Miller of Roy’s Store in Dora. Students, pictured from left, are Kaitlynn Brown, Shauna Lake, Loghan Bruce and Lauren Martin.
We wanted to bring you an update about the Dora Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) program. Out chapter is part of a national program that is dedicated to helping teach students skills to be successful citizens, students and productive workers when they enter the workforce.  This is Dora's second...
  Dora siblings freshman Cade Nold, left, junior Autumn Nold earned all-state honors at the Class 1 state track meet held in Jefferson City Friday, May 20 and Saturday, May 21. Autumn placed fourth in the 400-meter run, and Cade took sixth in the 800-meter run. “It was a great season for all of our...

The Dora girls 4x200-meter relay team took third place at the district track meet held at Carthage High School on Saturday, May 7. Members of the team are, from left, Calley DePriest, Shauna Lake, Chesney Luna and Chloe Barton.
The Dora Falcons track team, coached by Sheree Nold, had 10 athletes who qualified to advance to sectionals by placing in the top four at the Class 1 District 8 track and field meet held at Carthage High School Saturday, May 7. Those athletes will travel to College of the Ozarks on May 14 for the...

Dylan Leroy and Shelby Nold
Dylan Leroy and Shelby Nold edged out candidates Tim Masters and Jessica Green and were elected to fill the two open seats on the Dora School Board in the April 5 General Municipal Election.The unofficial election results released Tuesday night by Ozark County Clerk Brian Wise indicated that 341...
The following four candidates are running for two open seats on the Dora School Board during the April 5 Ozark County General Municipal Election. The Times reached out to each candidate and asked for a photo and a 150-word profile to run in the newspaper prior to the election. For more information...
The Dora Falcons lost in the first round of the Class 2 District 10 Tournament on Saturday against Seymour, 65-42.  In the boys Falcons’ loss to Seymour, senior Cayden Peck had a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds. Junior Spencer Howard netted 10 points and grabbed 7 boards for Dora. In...

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