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Nov. 8 is the deadline to sign up for a free CPR (cardio-pulmonary resuscitation) class, including infant CPR, that has been organized by Ozark County Ambulance administrator Stacy Raney and Ozark County emergency management director Steve Ator. The CPR class will be held at 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov....

Matthew J. England
When Doug Hawkins read last week’s Ozark County Times and saw that the Matthew J. England Memorial 5K run/walk had been cancelled because Matthew’s mom, Pamela Hengen, who has organized the event for the past five years, was having health problems, he immediately sent a screenshot of the story and...

Matthew J. England
When Doug Hawkins read last week’s Ozark County Times and saw that the Matthew J. England Memorial 5K run/walk had been cancelled because Matthew’s mom, Pamela Hengen, who has organized the event for the past five years, was having health problems, he immediately sent a screenshot of the story and...
A Missouri Department of Conservation hunter education skills session class will be held from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Nov. 3, in the Gainesville High School library. Participants must be at least 11 years old on or before the date of the class. They must register online by going to mdc.mo.gov and...

Cpl. Deborah “Deb” Miller
Friends, family and former co-workers are invited to a retirement party for Deborah “Deb” Miller from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, at The Center on Highway 5 north at the Gainesville city limits. Miller, a 1981 Gainesville High School graduate, is the daughter of the late Samuel Lee Heriford,...

Two cute chicks: Sisters Kelbi and Laney Clayton, daughters of Darian and Kyle Clayton, strutted around the Gainesville square in matching chicken costumes during the 2017 Ozark County trunk-or-treat on the Gainesville square. This year, on Halloween night, Wednesday, Oct. 31, trunk-or-treat events will be held on the Gainesville square, in the Lutie School parking lot and at Bakersfield’s Pride Park.
Halloween is next week, and residents of all ages are looking forward to the spooky and fun-filled holiday as well as non-spooky events celebrating autumn. Listed below are Halloween-themed activities and harvest-season events planned around the area.    Oct. 27, 2018 Clear Springs General Baptist...
A free CPR (cardio-pulmonary resuscitation) class, including infant CPR, has been organized in response to a story in last week’s Times describing the near-drowning death of 1-year-old Jayden Moody (“Rescuers resuscitate toddler after submersion in bathtub,” Oct 17 Times). The toddler was saved by...
Autumn’s cool temperatures have set in, and Halloween is just two weeks away. Ozark County residents may choose from a wide array of area activities to join in on the fun festivities of the season. From trunk-or-treat events to movie nights and fall foliage viewing, there’s no shortage of places...
Would you like to learn CPR, including infant CPR and drowning-rescue techniques – or would you like learn updated techniques from past lessons? Stephen Ator, who in addition to being an Ozark County reserve deputy and a Tecumseh VFD firefighter and first responder, is also Ozark County’s emergency...

Gentry Blackburn (in the chef’s hat) along with her parents, Walker and Beth Ann Blackburn, hand out treats from the Frontier Baptist Church trunk to trick-or-treaters Paul Goodwin, left, and Emmett Lynne at last year’s Trunk or Treat on the Gainesville square. This year’s trunk-or-treat is from 6 to 8 p.m. on Halloween. Times file photo.
It’s that time of year, when pumpkins, apple cider and crisp, fall air set a tone of festivity in the Ozarks. Listed here are Halloween and fall events that residents can visit or attend in the coming weeks. Watch the Times each week for an updated list of fall-related events. Those organizing a...

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