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Missouri State Representative Travis Smith (R-155th district) has filed a bill that would amend a law dealing with local sales tax rates that would raise the cap that counties can collect to one and a half percent, up from one-half a percent. Ozark County leaders were shocked to learn recently that...

The cover of last year’s The Real Ozarks featured a man kayaking on the North Fork of the White River. The Times is currently looking for photos to consider for the cover of this year’s edition. Email photos taken in Ozark County to Editor Jessi Dreckman at jessi@ozarkcountytimes.com or bring them by the Times office during regular business hours.
  Times ad manager Jenny Yarger has been busy working with area business owners on ads for the upcoming annual publication of The Real Ozarks...
January 24, 2023, 2:47 PM

Nichole Sherry stands in front of her shop, Ozark Local, located in a shopping center at 5566 Highway 160 suite A in Theodosia. The shop offers t-shirts, home decor, artwork and other items.
Ozark Local is a new shop in Theodosia offering up a variety of items, many focused on Ozark County. Shop owner Nichole Sherry says it is the hills...
January 24, 2023, 2:34 PM
The Gainesville School District has announced that it has hired Dr. Richard Wylie as the 7th - 12th grade principal for next school year, 2023-24. ...
January 24, 2023, 2:21 PM
Missouri State Representative Travis Smith (R-155th district) has filed a bill that would amend a law dealing with local sales tax rates that would raise the cap that counties can collect to one and a half percent, up from one-half a percent. Ozark County leaders were shocked to learn recently that...
January 24, 2023

News

  • January 24, 2023
    Missouri State Representative Travis Smith (R-155th district) has filed a bill that would amend a law dealing with local sales tax rates that would raise the cap that counties can collect to one and...

  • The cover of last year’s The Real Ozarks featured a man kayaking on the North Fork of the White River. The Times is currently looking for photos to consider for the cover of this year’s edition. Email photos taken in Ozark County to Editor Jessi Dreckman at jessi@ozarkcountytimes.com or bring them by the Times office during regular business hours.
    January 24, 2023
     Times ad manager Jenny Yarger has been busy working with area business owners on ads for the upcoming annual publication of The Real Ozarks Magazine. The glossy-covered, magazine-style book...

  • Nichole Sherry stands in front of her shop, Ozark Local, located in a shopping center at 5566 Highway 160 suite A in Theodosia. The shop offers t-shirts, home decor, artwork and other items.
    January 24, 2023
    Ozark Local is a new shop in Theodosia offering up a variety of items, many focused on Ozark County. Shop owner Nichole Sherry says it is the hills and hollers of this beautiful place she calls home...

Obits

  • January 25, 2023
    Funeral services for Annave Loftis, 85, of Thornfield, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 27, 2023, in the Clinkingbeard Funeral Home chapel in Gainesville with Milan Chisam officiating. Visitation...
  • January 25, 2023
    Funeral services for (Joyce) Nadine House, 93, of Willow Springs, will be held at 2 p.m. today, Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2023, in the Langston Chapel of Robertson-Drago Funeral Home in West Plains. A...
  • January 25, 2023
    Billie Ann Knight, 85, of Springfield, Illinois, died Saturday, Dec. 31, 2022, at Springfield Memorial Hospital.Billie was born Jan. 6, 1937, in Rural Pine Creek, Missouri, the daughter of Newman...

Education

  • November 17, 2022
    Several Ozark County athletes were named to the all-conference team for volleyball, including a Bakersfield player who was also named conference MVP.Jessie Keith, of Bakersfield, was named to the all...

  • First grade First grade winners in the 2022 Ozark County Spelling bee were, from left: first place Avenleigh Garnette of Dora, second place Joshua Engelhardt of Dora, third place Naomi Cummings of Dora and fourth place Emillie Vanderveen of Gainesville.
    November 17, 2022

  • The Dora JAG students have undertaken a service project to provide hygiene kits and products in school bathrooms for fellow students to use and take as needed. JAG students are pictured here with a donation of personal hygiene and feminine products donated by Sam and Kayla Miller of Roy’s Store in Dora. Students, pictured from left, are Kaitlynn Brown, Shauna Lake, Loghan Bruce and Lauren Martin.
    November 4, 2022
    We wanted to bring you an update about the Dora Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) program. Out chapter is part of a national program that is dedicated to helping teach students skills to be...

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