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From March to November, Missouri roadsides are alive with a colorful array of wildflowers, their colors, shapes, sizes and arrangements as diverse as the people of this great state. Roadside wildflowers provide enjoyment for millions of people each year whether they are photographers, naturalists...

To view the mock car crash video, visit the Ozark County Times Facebook page and click “videos” in the menu on the left side of the page.
When Ozark County Emergency Medical Tech-nician Brian Morgan began organizing the March 29 mock car crash to be held at Gainesville High School, his goal was to make an impact on the students who would be watching it unfold. What he wasn’t expecting was that a video of the event would touch so many...
Easter is Sunday, and the weather is forecast to be sunny and clear. That means Ozark Countians should have good conditions for hunting colorful eggs, visiting the Easter bunny, attending church services and eating family dinners.  The following list of area events provides area residents with...

Laine and Michael Loftis are currently traveling the country full-time in a RV with their four children, pictured, from left, 5-year-old Layla, 3-year-old Chason, 1-year-old Gabriel and 7-year-old Grady. The family is documenting life on the road through Facebook, Instagram and YouTube under the name “Loftis Party of Six.”
Michael and Laine Fish Loftis, with their four children, traded life in the Ozarks eight months ago for life on the road in a 38-foot fifth-wheel camper. Now they’re living out their most adventurous dream – traveling the country, homeschooling along the way, and living their full days together –...

To view the mock car crash video, visit the Ozark County Times Facebook page and click “videos” in the menu on the left side of the page.
When Ozark County Emergency Medical Tech-nician Brian Morgan began organizing the March 29 mock car crash to be held at Gainesville High School, his goal was to make an impact on the students who would be watching it unfold. What he wasn’t expecting was that a video of the event would touch so many...

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Sixteen participants attended the April 9 dinner meeting of the Ozark County Substance Abuse Task Force. Licensed counselor and pastor David Evans served as moderator. As part of the Prevention Work Group, Pastor Jeff Dotson reported on the Facts and Fun night that was held from 6 p.m. until...
Top Photo: Ty Bowman of Mountain Home, Arkansas, second from left, and Verlin Cotter of Gamaliel, Arkansas, second from right, took home a 17-foot 7-inch Bass Cat Margay Vision boat and trailer and $1,000 after winning first place in the 2019 Cystic Fibrosis Bass Tournament April 13 on Norfork Lake...

Willis Rex Davidson
Ozark County Sheriff Darrin Reed is asking area residents for any information they may have related to the whereabouts and disappearance of 52-year-old Willis Rex Davidson. In an April 11 Facebook post, Reed said that Davidson, an Ozark County resident, was reported missing to Douglas County...
Easter is Sunday, and the weather is forecast to be sunny and clear. That means Ozark Countians should have good conditions for hunting colorful eggs, visiting the Easter bunny, attending church services and eating family dinners.  The following list of area events provides area residents with...
From March to November, Missouri roadsides are alive with a colorful array of wildflowers, their colors, shapes, sizes and arrangements as diverse as the people of this great state. Roadside wildflowers provide enjoyment for millions of people each year whether they are photographers, naturalists...

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