Ray Grisham, with Ray Grisham Construction Concrete, operates an excavator Monday as he and Greg Simpson, with Simpson Concrete, center, and employee Jared Haas, right, begin the work to remodel Gainesville’s Town & Country Supermarket. The men would later fill the excavated tracks with concrete as the first steps in creating the floor and walls of a big new freezer and cooler area that will become part of the completely remodeled building.
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Work started Monday on the major remodeling project that will give Gainesville’s Town & Country Supermarket a new appearance inside and out, representing what Town & Country spokesman Matt Montgomery called “a significant investment in the store and thus the community in which we are...
The county budget was the main topic of conversation at this week’s meeting of the Ozark County Commissioners. Ozark County Clerk Brian Wise told the...
January 17, 2019, 10:49 AM

H.K Silvey
 Volunteers at the Ozark County Historium are planning a new series of events for 2019 called Coffee and Conversation, with the first one coming up...
January 17, 2019, 10:35 AM

Brandon Guidry
Thornfield resident Brandon Guidry, 35, pleaded guilty Jan. 9 before Circuit Judge Craig Carter to abuse of a child and possession of methamphetamine...
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Ray Grisham, with Ray Grisham Construction Concrete, operates an excavator Monday as he and Greg Simpson, with Simpson Concrete, center, and employee Jared Haas, right, begin the work to remodel Gainesville’s Town & Country Supermarket. The men would later fill the excavated tracks with concrete as the first steps in creating the floor and walls of a big new freezer and cooler area that will become part of the completely remodeled building.
Work started Monday on the major remodeling project that will give Gainesville’s Town & Country Supermarket a new appearance inside and out, representing what Town & Country spokesman Matt Montgomery called “a significant investment in the store and thus the community in which we are...
January 17, 2019

News


  • Ray Grisham, with Ray Grisham Construction Concrete, operates an excavator Monday as he and Greg Simpson, with Simpson Concrete, center, and employee Jared Haas, right, begin the work to remodel Gainesville’s Town & Country Supermarket. The men would later fill the excavated tracks with concrete as the first steps in creating the floor and walls of a big new freezer and cooler area that will become part of the completely remodeled building.
    January 17, 2019
    Work started Monday on the major remodeling project that will give Gainesville’s Town & Country Supermarket a new appearance inside and out, representing what Town & Country spokesman...
  • January 17, 2019
    The county budget was the main topic of conversation at this week’s meeting of the Ozark County Commissioners. Ozark County Clerk Brian Wise told the commissioners he had received the first...

  • H.K Silvey
    January 17, 2019
     Volunteers at the Ozark County Historium are planning a new series of events for 2019 called Coffee and Conversation, with the first one coming up at 10 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 24.This first...

Obits


  • Mary Davis Fienhold, 82
    January 9, 2019
    Funeral services for Mary Fienhold, 82, of Bakersfield, were held Jan. 5, 2019, at Carter Funeral Home in West Plains with Pastor Dennis Leonard officiating. Mrs. Fienhold died Jan. 1 at the Hospice...

  • Samuel ‘Coy’ Kelley, 84
    January 9, 2019
    A memorial service for Samuel “Coy” Kelley, 84, of Dora, was held Jan. 5, 2019, at Family Life Church in Dora. Mr. Kelley died Dec. 29 at his home.He was born April 24, 1934, at Isabella...

  • Roger John Lee
    January 9, 2019
    On Monday, December 31, 2018, Roger John Lee, wonderful husband and soulmate, passed away after a valiant three year battle with cancer at the age of 66.Roger was born January 11, 1952 in St. Louis,...

Education


  • Barbara McGee, Gainesville school yearbook 1970-71
    January 9, 2019
    Editor’s note: Barbara McGee was a teacher at Gainesville schools from 1967 to her retirement in 1990. Retired Gainesville teacher Barbara McGee, a woman who impacted countless lives in...

  • The Bakersfield Head Start class began Dec. 4 with 15 3-year-olds and a few 4-year-olds who are dually enrolled in Bakersfield’s afternoon preschool program. The class is Ozark County’s second Head Start program. The other one is in Gainesville.
    January 9, 2019
    Ozark County now has two Head Start programs, with the opening Dec. 4, 2018, of a new Head Start in Bakersfield. Ozark Action, Inc., which opened the Bakersfield program, has also operated a Head...

  • Dora K-12 school counselor Amelia Menz became interested in acquiring a Certified Assistance Dog while attending the Missouri School Counselor Association’s annual conference in 2014. She set about applying for a program operated by CARES, Inc., in which inmates in correctional facilities help with basic training. Twenty-seven months after she applied for a dog, Menz was paired with Holly and spent a week training with her in Kansas. Now, she says, Holly has a had “tremendous” success working with students at Dora.
    January 2, 2019
    When Dora K-12 school counselor Amelia Menz was working in another district back in 2014, she attended the Missouri School Counselor Association’s annual conference, where break-out...

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