photo courtesy of Amelia LaMair Missouri State Highway Patrol marine troopers and another emergency responder look out upon the swollen water of Bryant Creek April 5 during the search for three floaters who had put in the day before for a 3-day canoe trip. The boaters got to their take-out location at Warren Bridge a day and a half early and were unharmed.
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What started as a potentially scary situation for emergency personnel on Bryant Creek last Wednesday, May 4, turned out to have a happy ending.  According to Sgt. Eddie Young with the Missouri State Highway Patrol, a marine division trooper received a call from someone who reported that three men...

Times photo/Jessi Dreckman A baby formula shortage currently exists in the United States, and statistics show that Missouri currently has at least half of all of its formula out of stock. This photo taken over the weekend at a nearby Walmart store shows the near empty shelves that parents are often met with. The Ozark County Health Department says local mothers and fathers are often struggling to find formula at all – much less WIC approved options for low-income families.
The current baby formula shortage has left already overwhelmed new mothers and fathers with a new, very real concern – with store shelves nearly...
May 12, 2022, 9:50 AM
  Next week MoDOT contractor crews will begin working on Highway 160, making repairs to a job last year in a stretch that runs beginning at Highway 5...
May 12, 2022, 9:47 AM

Girls in the graduating class are (from left) back row: McKenna Miller, Cassidy Hambelton, Destany Massey, McKayla Kendrick and Standish Wake. Front row: Dora Watkins, Kylie Jones, Kaitlyn Thompson, Lakin Church and Faith Mings.
Dora High School held its 2022 graduation ceremony at 7 p.m. Friday, May 6, in the school’s gym.  This year’s valedictorian is Kaitlyn Thompson and...
May 12, 2022, 9:42 AM

photo courtesy of Amelia LaMair Missouri State Highway Patrol marine troopers and another emergency responder look out upon the swollen water of Bryant Creek April 5 during the search for three floaters who had put in the day before for a 3-day canoe trip. The boaters got to their take-out location at Warren Bridge a day and a half early and were unharmed.
What started as a potentially scary situation for emergency personnel on Bryant Creek last Wednesday, May 4, turned out to have a happy ending.  According to Sgt. Eddie Young with the Missouri State Highway Patrol, a marine division trooper received a call from someone who reported that three men...
May 12, 2022

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  • photo courtesy of Amelia LaMair Missouri State Highway Patrol marine troopers and another emergency responder look out upon the swollen water of Bryant Creek April 5 during the search for three floaters who had put in the day before for a 3-day canoe trip. The boaters got to their take-out location at Warren Bridge a day and a half early and were unharmed.
    May 12, 2022
    What started as a potentially scary situation for emergency personnel on Bryant Creek last Wednesday, May 4, turned out to have a happy ending. According to Sgt. Eddie Young with the Missouri...

  • Times photo/Jessi Dreckman A baby formula shortage currently exists in the United States, and statistics show that Missouri currently has at least half of all of its formula out of stock. This photo taken over the weekend at a nearby Walmart store shows the near empty shelves that parents are often met with. The Ozark County Health Department says local mothers and fathers are often struggling to find formula at all – much less WIC approved options for low-income families.
    May 12, 2022
    The current baby formula shortage has left already overwhelmed new mothers and fathers with a new, very real concern – with store shelves nearly empty of formula, how can they consistently and...
  • May 12, 2022
     Next week MoDOT contractor crews will begin working on Highway 160, making repairs to a job last year in a stretch that runs beginning at Highway 5, south of Gainesville, and running...

Obits

  • May 12, 2022
    Bobby Lee Hambelton, 86, of Kansas City, died May 5, 2022. He was born Sept. 1 1935, to Ernest and Flora Garfit Hambelton in Ozark County. He married Mary Alice Sharp of Smithville on April...
  • May 12, 2022
    Funeral services for Darlene LaVelle Osborn, 87, of West Plains, were held May 6, 2022, at Smith Chapel Church of Christ, under the direction of Robertson-Drago Funeral Home. Burial was at the Smith...
  • May 12, 2022
    Anthony Earl Nix, 67,of Gainesville, died April 16, 2022. He was born Nov. 11, 1954.His occupation was as a heating and air conditioning technician. He loved flying and making things like model...

Education


  • Suzanne Meeks and Jennifer Garrison
    April 5, 2022
    Incumbents Jennifer Garrison and Suzanne Meeks edged out competitor John Lubbers and were elected to fill the two open seats the Lutie School Board in the April 5 General Municipal Election. The...

  • Dylan Leroy and Shelby Nold
    April 5, 2022
    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...

  • Darren Johnston and Brad Maynard
    April 5, 2022
    Darren Johnston and Brad Maynard edged out competitor Kyle Clayton and were elected to fill the two open seats on the Bakersfield School Board in the April 5 General Municipal Election. The...

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