Ozark County Circuit Judge Craig Carter processed a total of nine civil cases and 35 criminal cases during the Feb. 7 session of Ozark County Law Day. The criminal cases are listed below.
The Missouri Department of Conservation will hold a Prescribed Fire Workshop from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 22, at the Gainesville Livestock Auction on Highway 160 west of Gainesville.
We kicked off last Monday by going down 200 hall to work on a 1,500-piece puzzle. The residents have been working very hard on it and will soon have it done.
Another week has gone by with all kinds of weather. Church was dismissed Sunday because of the slick places, especially on the blacktop driveway.
It was a pleasant surprise when Marlyn Atkinson, son of my schoolmate Veryl Pare, called and said he would like to meet me at the Historium.
The Gainesville Lady Bulldogs recently came back from a tough 70-36 road loss to Fordland to defeat Mountain Grove, Seymour and Norwood, bringing their season record to 17-8.
In response to the letter regarding Ozark County Ambulance (“Clarifying questions about ambulance coverage,” Times, Feb. 7), Medicare participants, be aware you will be taken advantage of.
To contact the Ozark County Sheriff’s Department or other emergency-responding agencies here, call 679-4633. In an emergency, dial 911.
Justin Curtright and Audriana Burton of Tecumseh are the parents of a baby girl, Cambrie Elizabeth Curtright, born Jan. 18, 2018, at Baxter Regional
Mahali Loftis, daughter of Brian and April Loftis of Hollister, was recently awarded the Central Bank of the Ozarks Champion of Character Award at her school in Hollister.