Editor’s note: This story and photos are reprinted with permission from the Ozarks Alive! blog by Kaitlyn McConnell.
Turkey season is just around the corner, Ozark Countians have found a few morel mushrooms sprouting up from forest floors, and waves of warm days and nights
Quilts are once again covering the walls at the Historium in Gainesville as the colorful creations of Ozark County native Leda Howard Blair are now on displ
At their weekly meeting Monday, Ozark County Commissioners voted to adopt Ordinance 4119, implementing an additional 1 percent sales tax on metered domestic
Gainesville High School students watched solemnly Friday, the day before prom, as area law enforcement and emergency personnel performed their jobs in a moc
Gainesville High School agriculture students were excited as they gathered recently for a tour of the
Lynda Smith, Tim Masters elected to Dora school board, Gainesville voters turn down both funding proposals
Tim Masters was elected and Lynda Smith was re-elected to the Dora Board of Education Tuesday, and voters in the Gainesville school district turned down two
The bridge over Lick Creek on J Highway southeast of Gainesville is showing some wear and tear, and the Missouri Department of Transp
Last week, as I was looking out from my porch watching the crows flying about, calling out to one another, it brought back a memory from my childhood growin
The Ozark County Commissioners signed a proclamation Monday designating April as “Clean Up Trash Month” to encourage residents to tidy up roadways and public areas across the county.