Ozark High School football coach resigns
Ozark High School is looking for a new head football coach,
Mark Bliss turned in his resignation on Thursday. In his four years at Ozark, he compiled a record of 28 - 17. In 2012, Bliss led Tigers to a state semifinal appearance. During Bliss’ tenure, 17 Tigers signed with colleges and universities to continue their football careers.
The Ozark School Board voted to accept the resignation ...
Crime Stoppers fugitive Steven Hill is in custody
Crime Stoppers of Greater Springfield said Dec. 19 that Hill is in custody, although not as a result of a tip. ...
Fit Friday: "12 Days of Christmas" Workout
Trainer Jay Johnson has a workout that gets easier as 2015 draws closer. Each exercise goes down in reps as you go. Johnson says that makes it easier to tackle and he's seen more of his clients stick to the workout.
Here's your holiday "to do" list to burn those extra calories before the new year.
"12 Days of Christmas" Workout
12 Twisting crunches (oblique twists. 12 on ...
Local college breaks ground on Missouri Veterans Memorial
College of the Ozarks held a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday for a memorial honoring Missouri veterans who served in Vietnam.
President Dr. Jerry Davis announced that 'Hard Work U' will construct the memorial from donations received from the Legends of Golf PGA Champions Tour, which took place in June near the campus
The memorial will bear the names of over 1,400 Missourians who served in the Vietnam War. ...
Vote for your favorite ugly sweater
We asked for your ugly Christmas sweater pictures and you delivered! Now you can vote for your favorite. The winner will get a $300 Visa gift card. Online voting end this Sunday at midnight. Click here to vote for your favorite ugly Christmas sweater picture.
The winner will be announced on Monday. If you didn't get your picture uploaded in time, here's a consolation prize-- the ...
Volunteer opportunities during the holiday season
Are you looking to lend a helping hand this holiday season? At your request, we’ve compiled a list of local volunteer driven not-for-profits that assist our neighbors in need.
Click on an organization's name below to be directed to their website, to find out how you can make someone's day merry and bright.
Council of Churches of the Ozarks
The Kitchen, Inc.
The Salvation Army
Ronald McDonald House