Lilly
1 day 23 hours ago
Case update: Lilly and Greer were arraigned before Associate Judge Raymond Gross Oct. 9. Greer was released on supervised bond, and Lilly is scheduled to be released on supervised bond upon the installation of a GPS monitor.  ***** Adam D. Lilly, 30, of Winona, and Andrea J. Greer, 18, of West...

Wayne Sayles
When we think of “the mills of Ozark County” we generally envision a few water-powered mills on fairly large streams or constantly flowing springs....
October 14, 2019, 2:00 AM

Ozark County Recycling Center employees Eric Lee, left, and Truman King show some of the bales of cardboard that will be stored until prices rise – or the center runs out of room to store them. Ozark County Times/Amelia LaMair
Eastern Ozark County Commissioner Gary Collins gave a troubling update on the county’s recycling center at Monday’s regular meeting of the Ozark...
October 13, 2019, 2:00 AM
Banks, post offices and most government offices will be closed Monday, Oct. 14, in observance of Columbus Day. The Ozark County Courthouse, the Ozark...
October 13, 2019, 2:00 AM

Lilly
Case update: Lilly and Greer were arraigned before Associate Judge Raymond Gross Oct. 9. Greer was released on supervised bond, and Lilly is scheduled to be released on supervised bond upon the installation of a GPS monitor.  ***** Adam D. Lilly, 30, of Winona, and Andrea J. Greer, 18, of West...
October 15, 2019

News


  • Lilly
    October 15, 2019
    Case update: Lilly and Greer were arraigned before Associate Judge Raymond Gross Oct. 9. Greer was released on supervised bond, and Lilly is scheduled to be released on supervised bond upon the...

  • Wayne Sayles
    October 14, 2019
    When we think of “the mills of Ozark County” we generally envision a few water-powered mills on fairly large streams or constantly flowing springs. But what about those mills that have...

  • Ozark County Recycling Center employees Eric Lee, left, and Truman King show some of the bales of cardboard that will be stored until prices rise – or the center runs out of room to store them. Ozark County Times/Amelia LaMair
    October 13, 2019
    Eastern Ozark County Commissioner Gary Collins gave a troubling update on the county’s recycling center at Monday’s regular meeting of the Ozark County Commission. Due to global economic...

Obits

  • October 10, 2019
    Memorial services for Vernon K. Vette Sr., 87, recently of Theodosia, will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 19, 2019, at Hill Top Church in Thornfield with Walt Henningsen officiating and full...
  • October 10, 2019
    Graveside services for Theta June Porter, 91, of Squires,  were held Oct. 4, 2019, in the Murray Cemetery at Squires with the Rev. Oren Alcorn and Pastor Maxine Lund officiating. Mrs. Ported...
  • October 10, 2019
    William “Sonny” David Cherry Jr., age 73, passed away at his home in Isabella, MO September 5, 2019. He was born October 3, 1945 in Syracuse, Kansas, the son of William David Cherry and...

Education


  • GHS class of 1964 reunion Pictured, from left: Alfred Newton, Pat Whisnant, Gene Farmer, Myron DeVaul, Joe Hawkins, Pat Hannaford, Jerry Crawford, Sonja Grisham, Lester White, Mike Wood, Connie Daugherty, Larry Warrick, Shirley Swearington Sellers, Vance Hambelton, Sue Bushong Sickler and Buddy High.
    October 1, 2019
    GHS class of 1964 reunionThe Gainesville High School class of 1964 met Saturday at The Center in Gainesville for its 55-year reunion. The group enjoyed snacks and visiting. Class member Pat Hannaford...

  • GHS class of 1964 reunion Pictured, from left: Alfred Newton, Pat Whisnant, Gene Farmer, Myron DeVaul, Joe Hawkins, Pat Hannaford, Jerry Crawford, Sonja Grisham, Lester White, Mike Wood, Connie Daugherty, Larry Warrick, Shirley Swearington Sellers, Vance Hambelton, Sue Bushong Sickler and Buddy High.
    September 26, 2019
    GHS class of 1964 reunionThe Gainesville High School class of 1964 met Saturday at The Center in Gainesville for its 55-year reunion. The group enjoyed snacks and visiting. Class member Pat Hannaford...

  • Bakersfield superintendent Dr. Amy Britt works in her new office in the school’s FEMA storm shelter building. The superintendent’s offices were moved into the FEMA building recently after several school officials and staff members chipped in to help with the cost.. Britt said the staff kept the costs way down and did a “marvelous job … I just love it.” The decor includes an American flag made from recycled wood by Bakersfield FFA student Ashton Yeager, who torched the wood to create the flag’s stripes and then “branded” in the stars.
    September 11, 2019
    When the Bakersfield School District broke ground for its new FEMA storm shelter building on May 31, 2018, superintendent Dr. Amy Britt told the Times the new building would be “one big open...

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