I’m writing these items on Sunday morning, July 1, my 96th birthday. I would like to be in church this morning –anytime the church doors are open, I would like to be there.
Ozark County Times
July 5, 1918
America flags, some folded neatly in the familiar triangle, some rumpled and faded, lay stacked on a long table in front of Sampson Masonic Lodge in Theodosia Saturday.
Two local events are planned this month to help voters gather information before casting their votes in the Aug. 7 primary election.
The Missouri Conservation Commission recently approved recommendations by the Missouri Department of Conservation for its fall and winter efforts to find cases of chronic wasting disease (CWD) and
Many Fourth of July fireworks displays and other events occurred over the weekend in Ozark County and nearby areas, but the fun’s not over yet.
Because the July 4th holiday falls on Wednesday, the regular weekly publishing day for the Ozark County Times, this week’s edition is being published and mailed a day early, on Tuesday.
Bull Shoals Lake earned top marks in Ozarks Water Watch’s recently released 10th annual “Status of the Watershed Report.”
A lightning strike during a passing thunderstorm Sunday morning knocked out radio communications at the Ozark County Sheriff’s Office, took out phone lines and zapped an office copier machine.