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Brandon Adams, who for 15 years has worked with Dennis Watson in Watson’s Plumping and Pump business, now has assumed ownership of the electrical and plumbing side of the service, launching his business under the name Adams & Sons. Watson continues his HVAC work throughout the area. For more...

Lakyn McGee
Ozark County native Lakyn McGee, a television reporter for KRBK Channel 5 Fox news in Springfield, has accepted a morning reporter position at WOI Local 5 TV in Des Moines, Iowa. McGee will be on the station’s “Good Morning Iowa” show from 4 a.m. to noon. “I”m going to miss the Ozarks and...
The Ozark County Health Department will be closed Friday, Sept. 21. For more information, call the OCHD before Friday at 679-3334.
Absentee voting for the Nov. 6 general election begins Tuesday, Sept. 25. Registered voters who are unable to go to the polls on Election Day should contact Ozark County Clerk Brian Wise’s office for the required application. Absentee ballots may be voted by mail or in person at the clerk’s office...
Hay and fire are a bad combination at any time, but this year's hay shortage and sky-high prices make the 150 round bales that burned Sept. 12 at Bob and Brenda Newton's Dora-area property a little harder to lose than might have been the case in a good-hay year.  According to the Ozark County...
Volunteers from Lilly Ridge General Baptist Church – from left, Dale Roberts, Wayman King and Rodger Hickerson – picked up trash Monday morning along the church’s designated stretch of Highway 160 near the east-side Gainesville city limits. Even though they started their work at 8 a.m., the...
Many Ozark County farmers who faced a potential hay shortage as summer began are thankful to be getting a second cutting of hay as summer ends. In the June 27 edition of the Times, Ozark County’s Missouri University Extension livestock specialist Randy Wiedmeier shared his concerns about the...
Some Theodosia mail patrons were informed recently that their mail may have been destroyed by fire on Aug. 31.  A Theodosia-area resident recently shared with the Times a letter from Theodosia postmaster Maurice Anna that was distributed to some Theodosia residents. The letter, dated Sept. 10, said...

Angela Plemmons is escorted from the courthouse in 2012 by former Ozark County Sheriff Raymond Pace and Jailer Robert Hathcock. Charged with murder in the stabbing death of former Theodosia resident Fred Wiggins, Plemmons was found not guilty by reason of insanity and has been in the custody of the Missouri Department of Mental Health since her trial. The department recently filed an application for her to be released from custody. Ozark County Prosecuting Attorney John Garrabrant has filed an objection. Ozark County Times file photo.
An Ozark County woman who has been in the custody of the Missouri Department of Mental Health for five years, after being found not guilty by reason of insanity in the stabbing death of former Theodosia resident Fred Wiggins, could potentially be released in the near future.  The Southeast Missouri...

Sisters Shirley Luna Sinor, left, Marilyn Luna Tilley and Sue Luna Cockman (not shown) will again be making and selling slices of homemade bread with homemade butter in a booth adjoining the Hootin an Hollarin information booth near the festival stage. Demonstrations coordinator Barbara Luna said the sisters will be demonstrating an old skill (breadmaking) in a new way (using bread machines). Ozark County Times file photo.
Dozens of committee members, volunteers, demonstrators, musicians, vendors and competitors are working today to make the 58th celebration of Hootin an Hollarin another success.  This year’s event is focused on the theme “Fun from the Old School.” Wednesday afternoon brings Lions Club members and...

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