Local Events

Dr. Stephen Lattanzi, hematologist/oncologist, will be featured in a presentation regarding the latest treatments for breast cancer at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, May 24, at a Living Beyond Breast Cancer meeting at the Peitz Cancer Support House at Baxter Regional Medical Center in Mountain Home, Arkansas...
This year’s Regional Grazing School, for livestock producers interested in improving their grass resources for grazing animals, will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Wednesday, June 18-20, at the Douglas County Sale Barn on Highway 5 in Squires.   The registration fee of $175 for a single...
First Baptist Church in Gainesville will host this month’s ladies prayer brunch at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 19. Organizers invite all area women to attend and enjoy the meal, fellowship and a message. The church is located at 122 Second St. in Gainesville. For more information, call Polly Huddle, 417-...
The Ozark County Long-Term Recover Committee will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 22, at the Lions Club Building on Third Street in Gainesville. Committee members will be discussing ways to raise funds to held those impacted by the 2017 flood. Everyone is invited to come and share ideas. 

Nic Rogers, Stewardship Specialist
Nic Rogers, a stewardship specialist with the Ozark Regional Land Trust, will talk about the work ORLT is doing in Ozark County’s Alford Forest, Bryant Creek and the conservation areas in Missouri and Arkansas at the next meeting of the Ozark Heritage Garden Club, to be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, May...
Theodosia’s 2018 Sizzling Summer Kickoff will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 26, next to Cash Saver Pantry on Highway 160 in Theodosia.The Theodosia Area Chamber of Commerce will sellburgers and brats, and organizers said a band will perform to entertain those attending. Games for...

Dora resident Chelsea Tolton and her 4-year-old daughter Eliza were dressed in their best spring gear during Saturday’s Ozark County Homegrown and Homemade Festival on the Gainesville square. Vendors, musicians and shoppers enjoyed sharing the day together.
The fourth annual Ozark County Homegrown and Homemade Festival brought vendors, shoppers and music to the west side of the Gainesville square Saturday. A wide variety of Ozark County goods were offered for purchase, including birdhouses and birdfeeders, watercolors, honey, fresh greens, plants,...
Age group winners of The Center’s first 5K walk/run held Saturday, April 28, in Gainesville were, from left (front), Joanne Krupp, Haley Engelhardt, Sabrina Engelhardt, Bentley Miller; (middle) Donna Anderson, Mindy Pippin, Sam Wynn; (back) Bill Gruden, Danielle Gruden, Megan Lynne, Cynthia...

Greg Blair of Bradleyville, left, and Buck Comstock of Protem were the first place overall winners Saturday in the White River Valley Electric Co-op’s Hooked on Education tournament out of Theodosia. The team’s 18.21-pound catch won them $2,400.
White River Valley Electric Cooperative’s annual Hooked on Education Fishing Tournament Saturday, May 5, out of Theodosia Marina brought out 178 boats, the largest number to date. The annual event raises funds for WRVEC’s scholarship program for youth in the WRVEC’s five-county service area. The...
Decoration Day notices are published at no charge in the Times. Send notices to sueann@ozarkcountytimes.com or call the Times office at 679-4641 with Decoration Day news. Hicks CemeteryHicks Cemetery Decoration Day is Sunday, May 27. A short business meeting will begin at 11 a.m., followed by a...

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