Lutie students attend construction showcase in Springfield

Lutie students who attended the Build My Future Construction Showcase April 17 in Springfield were: front, David Henderson. Second row, from left: Brock Merseal, Chris Kellett, Lindsey Williams, Shelia Scott, Hunter McCullough. Back: Amanda Chaney, Joe Fuenty, Alex Lubbers, Russ Mathews, Zach Luna, Tim Henderson, Deegan Chambers and Jon Pettit.

Several students from Lutie High School attended the third annual Build My Future Construction Showcase April 17 at the

Hooked on Education tourney brings 152 boats to Pontiac

Participating boats prepare to head out Saturday morning at the beginning of this year’s White River Valley Electric Cooperative’s annual Hooked on Education out of Pontiac Cove Marina. Photo courtesy Drew Dreckman.

This year’s White River Valley Electric Cooperative’s annual Hooked on Education Fishing Tournament, held May 4 out of Pontiac Cove Marina on Bull Shoals La

OCHD offers free car seat checks: Statistics show more than 75 percent of car seats are installed incorrectly

Jenni Garrison with the Ozark County Health Department, a certified child passenger safety technician, offers local residents free car seat checks by appointment throughout the year. She also schedules at least one community car seat check event every year, usually in the spring. Details of the public event will be published in the Ozark County Times when confirmed. To stay certified, Garrison has to complete six correct car seat checks herself in view of a certified instructor and complete continuing education to stay informed about current guidelines. Times photo / Jessi Dreckman.

When installed correctly, car and booster seats are designed to protect our most precious cargo in the event of a collis

A long story involving four violent deaths: Romance man honored at Law Enforcement Memorial ceremony

Law enforcement officers stand beside wreaths that were part of a ceremony at the Missouri Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Saturday that added nine names to the Wall of Honor – four who died in 2018, and five others who died between 1895 and 1971. One of the “historical” names added to the Wall of Honor was Joseph “Joday” Wilson of Romance.

In weekend ceremonies, the name of an Ozark County constable who was murdered in 1905 was added to the Wall of Honor at


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