Ozark Hosts Pride of the Ozarks Marching Festival

Kendra Beard, Writer

October 17, 2018

Filed under News

The annual Pride of the Ozarks Marching Band Festival was held again this year on Saturday, September 29, 2018. The competition hosted 22 marching bands and multiple judges at the Ozark High School. Along with these bands, the Oza...

Ozark Water Line Break

Loren Newell, Writer

October 16, 2018

Filed under News

On Sunday, September 23 the city of Ozark had a 16 inch water line break. Once they repaired it, it broke a second time. The break created an atmosphere in the water where bacteria can grow. Ozark High School and a few neighboring...

Ozark kidnapper caught

Abbey Hammons, Student Life Editor

March 8, 2018

Filed under News

Ozark had an exciting and scary week when 37 year old Waite Aaron Showalter, stole a car at a Rogersville Kum and Go, and then realized when driving that there was a baby girl in the backseat. Police officers say that Showalter didn’t ...

New generation new problems

Katie Wells, Advertising Editor

March 1, 2018

Filed under News, Showcase

Early in February the Ozark Junior High School held an assembly discussing the dangers of sexting and bullying, where many kids held different feelings on the topic. Most of the students who attended agreed that in today’s time ...

Super blue blood moon

Madison Roland, Entertainment Editor

February 28, 2018

Filed under News

A super blue blood moon has not happened in over 150 years. This rare event happened January 31 and will not happen again in 19 years. A supermoon is when the moon appears to be 14% bigger and 30% brighter. A blue moon happen...

Flu epidemic

Kendra Beard, News Editor

February 28, 2018

Filed under News

This flu season the virus has proven to be even more dangerous and widespread. According to the Center for Disease Control, “All U.S. states, but Hawaii and Oregon, continue to report widespread flu activity and the number ...

How does the government shutdown affect civilians?  

Amy Surface, Reviews Editor

February 28, 2018

Filed under News

On Saturday, January 20 at 12:00 a.m EST, the U.S. government began a shutdown because Congress failed to pass a new funding law before the old one expired. It only lasted four days because the senate voted on the bill and ...

Wedding bells ring for British prince and actress

Amy Surface, Reviews Editor

December 18, 2017

Filed under News

On November 27, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their engagement on Twitter. The wedding is set for May 2018 at St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle. Markle and the prince began dating in early July of 2016. They w...

Nuclear disaster

Thomas Rushing, Video Editor

December 18, 2017

Filed under News

Some time in early October or late November a North Korean nuclear test site know as the Punggye-ri facility was destroyed when a nuclear test went wrong. It is said that close to 200 people were killed at the test site, at leas...

Boy gets chance of a lifetime

Kendra Beard, News Editor

October 4, 2017

Filed under News

When 11 year old Frank Giaccio from Falls Church, Virginia, sent a letter to the White House in August asking to mow the White House lawn, he probably wasn’t expecting the reply he received. The young boy said in his letter it would be...

Nation’s tallest dam causes thousands to evacuate

April 10, 2017

Filed under News

In California February 10, the Oroville Dam had water spilling out and creating a hole 300 feet wide with a million gallons of water rushing out per second. The dam has two spillways, the primary and the emergency spillway, whi...

U.S. Navy Seal Killed in Yemen

Heather McConnell, Copy Editor

February 17, 2017

Filed under News

On Sunday in Yemen, two Americans were killed. One was decorated 36 year old Navy SEAL, William “Ryan” Owens. The other was an 8 year old girl, who was the daughter of Anwar al-Awlaki. Owens enlisted in the military in 1998 and w...

News