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Past articles by Kary:

Golfers help raise funds for Ozarks Water Watch

For area golfers, it’s a chance to play at Buffalo Ridge Golf Course in Branson while hel. → Read More

A vision for Drury: Mark Fisher's team effort

SPS athletic director to get jump start as Drury University's AD → Read More

A cool million: PCCC exceeds its $1 million goal

The recent Price Cutter Charity Championship exceeded its ambitious goal of raising $1 million, which now will be distributed among 46 local charities, tournament director Gerald Andrews said Tuesday. → Read More

Ned Reynolds' last TV sports broadcast on Monday

Longtime local broadcaster retiring after 48 years; will continue to host radio show, do special projects for KYTV → Read More

Drury basketball top 10: Storylines for Thanksgiving weekend

O'Reilly Family Event Center hosts men's and women's Thanksgiving Classic → Read More

For Webb City, tradition is a way of life

No complacency even as state titles continue to pile up → Read More

Kickapoo coach out of hospital, expected to return to practice this week

Rippee was treated for an irregular heartbeat this week; team's first game is Dec. 4 → Read More

Rowe on Allen: 'Just didn't win enough'

Former AD says outgoing coach is leaving program in better shape than he found it → Read More

Drury, SBU rivalry offers plenty of storylines

Only a half-hour drive separates their campuses, usually their games turn into entertaining nail-biters and the gyms are packed. Tonight, the Drury → Read More

Booher: Cheers, fears over the Miller-Heyward trade

Acquiring a one-year rental in outfielder Jason Heyward and trading away homegrown talent in Shelby Miller hardly hurts. → Read More

Cardinals ship Miller, prospect to acquire Heyward

Shelby Miller's days with the St. Louis Cardinals came to an end today when the organization shipped the homegrown right-hander and a prospect to the Atlanta Braves, in exchange for outfielder Jason Heyward and reliever. The Cardinals announced the trade late Monday morning. Here's a player-by-player breakdown Jason Heyward Heyward, 25, is a two-time (2012 & 2014) National League Rawlings Gold… → Read More

Ambulances not required to be on-site at high school sporting events

Nixa High School football player recovering at home after sustaining concussion in game on Friday → Read More

Motivated Nixa advances to Class 5 football semifinals

Eagles regroup after teammate is injured, defeat Carthage in quarterfinal → Read More

Matheny: 'We still have a lot of guys hurting'

Cardinals manager cites need for good decisions in wake of Taveras death → Read More

Drury's Adams, ready to score, ready for leadership

Senior is the player to watch as Panthers eye third consecutive Elite Eight appearance → Read More

Not even close: C of O men rip Evangel

Derek Daniels emerged from the locker room wide-eyed and clearly in awe. No, he and his teammates cannot say they've arrived. It's too early to say that. But certainly call Tuesday night an affirmation of College of the Ozarks' balance and depth. And call it one other thing — a statement perhaps? "I think so. It's not very often you think you're going to come into Evangel and beat somebody by… → Read More

C of O men rip Evangel

Derek Daniels hit three of his team's eight 3-pointers before halftime, and the College of the Ozarks Bobcats had no trouble in ripping the host Evangel Crusaders 85-63 on Tuesday night at the Ashcroft Center. C of O led 45-24 at halftime thanks to Daniels and Ethan Murray combining to score 27 points, and the Bobcats' advantage hit 24 early in the second half. Evangel whittled the deficit to 14… → Read More

Now it's up to Miller to make Drury 'Molly's team'

Former Lady Panthers guard has several potential leaders on roster → Read More

Interesting season ahead of NAIA D-II runner-up C of O women

Lady Bobcats only have a handful of returning players, but still expect to contend at high level → Read More

C of O men have weapons this year? Yep, a lot

Bobcats feel they can go 10 deep, make some noise in NAIA-II tournament → Read More