An Ozark County Health Department staff member snapped this photo and posted it to the OCHD Facebook page last week asking if anyone had lost a rooster. The friendly foul ran across the roadway Monday morning to greet OCHD administrator Rhonda Suter when he saw her at the office’s glass-paneled front door. He spent most of the next two days there, periodically peeking in the window.
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Monday, March 29, the Ozark County Health Department had an early morning visitor.  “I got to work on Monday morning, and we have a security device on the door that usually says, ‘Welcome. Building secured’ in a real low voice. Just as it said that, I heard a loud ‘Cocka-a-doodle-doo,’” Ozark...
  The Ozark County Health Department reported last week that there were no active cases of covid-19 among Ozark County residents.  The health...
April 9, 2021, 9:30 AM

Times photo/Jessi Dreckman Road closed This painted boulder is hard to miss on County Road 863 at Haskins Ford. This and other boulders were specifically placed at the crossing to help warn motorists that the road is closed while still allowing access to fishermen, who have reportedly removed or stolen other barricades that have been placed there in the past when they impede the anglers’ access to the water for fishing or launching boats. The boulders are installed in addition to permanent signage at the top and bottom of the hill before the crossing. But, as shown here, drivers don’t always heed the warnings.
The Ozark County Commissioners had a relatively quick meeting Monday morning. Among the topics they discussed were the Haskins Ford crossing, Tuesday...
April 9, 2021, 9:22 AM

Audie Pulliam, a MoDOT engineer working closely with contractors on the Tecumseh curves project, says that in addition to structure removal, contractors are also progressing with dirt work. This section of Highway 160 is near a private roadway, Tecumseh Creek Road, which leads to a home near Norfork Lake.
The Tecumseh curves project has been underway for a month now, and those driving through that area of Highway 160 can see a dramatic change.  “We are...
April 9, 2021, 9:13 AM

An Ozark County Health Department staff member snapped this photo and posted it to the OCHD Facebook page last week asking if anyone had lost a rooster. The friendly foul ran across the roadway Monday morning to greet OCHD administrator Rhonda Suter when he saw her at the office’s glass-paneled front door. He spent most of the next two days there, periodically peeking in the window.
Monday, March 29, the Ozark County Health Department had an early morning visitor.  “I got to work on Monday morning, and we have a security device on the door that usually says, ‘Welcome. Building secured’ in a real low voice. Just as it said that, I heard a loud ‘Cocka-a-doodle-doo,’” Ozark...
April 9, 2021

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  • An Ozark County Health Department staff member snapped this photo and posted it to the OCHD Facebook page last week asking if anyone had lost a rooster. The friendly foul ran across the roadway Monday morning to greet OCHD administrator Rhonda Suter when he saw her at the office’s glass-paneled front door. He spent most of the next two days there, periodically peeking in the window.
    April 9, 2021
    Monday, March 29, the Ozark County Health Department had an early morning visitor. “I got to work on Monday morning, and we have a security device on the door that usually says, ‘...
  • April 9, 2021
     The Ozark County Health Department reported last week that there were no active cases of covid-19 among Ozark County residents. The health department was unable to provide covid statistics...

  • Times photo/Jessi Dreckman Road closed This painted boulder is hard to miss on County Road 863 at Haskins Ford. This and other boulders were specifically placed at the crossing to help warn motorists that the road is closed while still allowing access to fishermen, who have reportedly removed or stolen other barricades that have been placed there in the past when they impede the anglers’ access to the water for fishing or launching boats. The boulders are installed in addition to permanent signage at the top and bottom of the hill before the crossing. But, as shown here, drivers don’t always heed the warnings.
    April 9, 2021
    The Ozark County Commissioners had a relatively quick meeting Monday morning. Among the topics they discussed were the Haskins Ford crossing, Tuesday’s General Municipal Election and the...

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  • April 9, 2021
     Funeral services for James Guy “Jimmy” Hollingshad, 84, of Renton, Washington, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, April 12, 2021, at Ball Church of Christ south of Dora. Mr....
  • March 31, 2021
    Graveside services for Joseph Elward Arnold, 79, of Bakersfield, were held March 27, 2021, at Baptist Hill Cemetery near Bakersfield. Mr. Arnold died March 23 at Baxter Regional Medical Center in...
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    A graveside service for Veta Fay Cook, 87, formerly of Pleasanton, Kansas, was held March 28, 2021, at Thornfield Cemetery. A funeral service was held March 27 at Schneider Funeral Home in Pleasanton...

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