Certified family nurse practitioner Erin Carlile, center, has joined the staff at the Missouri Ozarks Community Health office in Gainesville. She’s pictured here with other Gainesville staff members, from left: Angie Lovan, patient services; Phyllis Hathcock, referral coordinator; Devon Jarvis, registered medical assistant; Carlile; Shannan McGee, licensed practical nurse; and Jessie Smith, patient services.
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Nurse practitioner Erin Carlile has joined the staff at the Missouri Ozarks Community Health office in Gainesville. Carlile holds a 2007 Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Baker University in Topeka, Kansas, a 2014 master’s of science in nursing from Walden University and certification as a...
Another extra-loud boom rattled dishes – and Ozarks residents – on Wednesday, June 6. The Ozark County Sheriff’s Office reported several calls from...
June 19, 2018, 2:00 AM

Mammoth resident Dawn Carr, left, said her Maine coon cat Kenny is doing well after being treated for bobcat fever last week by Robin Deck, right, small animal vet at Gainesville Veterinary Clinic. Kenny came home Friday after a stay at the clinic. Carr said she would be giving him medicine three times a day until Wednesday. Times photo/Amelia LaMair
Some Ozark County cats are coming down with a painful, fast-acting and often lethal disease called bobcat fever. Mammoth resident Dawn Carr’s beloved...
June 18, 2018, 2:00 AM
Amazingly, no humans were injured Sunday night when three vehicles hit four head of cattle on Highway 5 about 7 miles north of Gainesville. The...
June 16, 2018, 2:00 AM

Certified family nurse practitioner Erin Carlile, center, has joined the staff at the Missouri Ozarks Community Health office in Gainesville. She’s pictured here with other Gainesville staff members, from left: Angie Lovan, patient services; Phyllis Hathcock, referral coordinator; Devon Jarvis, registered medical assistant; Carlile; Shannan McGee, licensed practical nurse; and Jessie Smith, patient services.
Nurse practitioner Erin Carlile has joined the staff at the Missouri Ozarks Community Health office in Gainesville. Carlile holds a 2007 Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Baker University in Topeka, Kansas, a 2014 master’s of science in nursing from Walden University and certification as a...
June 20, 2018

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  • Certified family nurse practitioner Erin Carlile, center, has joined the staff at the Missouri Ozarks Community Health office in Gainesville. She’s pictured here with other Gainesville staff members, from left: Angie Lovan, patient services; Phyllis Hathcock, referral coordinator; Devon Jarvis, registered medical assistant; Carlile; Shannan McGee, licensed practical nurse; and Jessie Smith, patient services.
    June 20, 2018
    Nurse practitioner Erin Carlile has joined the staff at the Missouri Ozarks Community Health office in Gainesville. Carlile holds a 2007 Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from Baker University in...
  • June 19, 2018
    Another extra-loud boom rattled dishes – and Ozarks residents – on Wednesday, June 6. The Ozark County Sheriff’s Office reported several calls from people who were puzzled by the...

  • Mammoth resident Dawn Carr, left, said her Maine coon cat Kenny is doing well after being treated for bobcat fever last week by Robin Deck, right, small animal vet at Gainesville Veterinary Clinic. Kenny came home Friday after a stay at the clinic. Carr said she would be giving him medicine three times a day until Wednesday. Times photo/Amelia LaMair
    June 18, 2018
    Some Ozark County cats are coming down with a painful, fast-acting and often lethal disease called bobcat fever. Mammoth resident Dawn Carr’s beloved Maine coon cat Kenny is one of them. After...

Sports

  • June 14, 2018
    Scholarship opportunities are available at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Arkansas, for those interested in a healthcare profession. The deadline for scholarship applications for...
  • June 14, 2018
    Several Ozark Countians were recently named to the Missouri State University-West Plains chancellor’s list and dean’s list for the 2018 spring semester.To qualify for the chancellor...
  • May 31, 2018
    Ozark Countians named to honor lists at ASU-MHOzark Countians earned chancellor’s list and vice chancellor’s list standing at Arkansas State University-Mountain Home for the spring 2018...

Education

  • June 14, 2018
    Dora students who placed in the Alpha Rho Tau Art Show held April 30-May 5 at Mountain Grove High School were, from left (back row), senior Jaleigh Russell, third place, photography color still life...

  • Photo by Karla Smith
    June 14, 2018
    The Gainesville Bulldogs traveling baseball team competed in the Barnhouse Baseball 2018 Summer Heat Showdown Saturday in Springfield and took first place after winning three games. Scores from the...
  • June 14, 2018
    Theodosia Area Volunteer Fire Department chief Jim Jeffery, right, and fire captain / EMR Tracy Meal (not shown), demonstrated “fire safety” and led a “meet a firefighter”...

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