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Area Links

City of Nixa

Nixa Chamber of Commerce

Nixa Police Department

City of Ozark

Ozark Chamber of Commerce

Christian County

Christian County Library

City of Springfield

Springfield Chamber of Commerce

Springfield Convention & Visitors Bureau

Springfield Police Department

Greene County Sheriff

Springfield Libraries

Botanical Center - Nathanael Greene/Close Memorial Parks

Springfield Little Theatre

Springfield Arts Council

Gillioz Theatre

News Links

Joplin Independent

Christian County Headliner

Freshare.net, a newsletter from the Ozarks

Kansas City Star

Springfield News-Leader

KOLR TV (CBS affiliate-Springfield area)

KY3 TV (NBC affiliate-Springfield area)

Latest headlines from around MO

Chatter, a blog by Ron Davis

The Huffington Post

Ozarks Living - Discover a greener gardening lifestyle

Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, in depth reporting of the news under-reported or mis-reported

Non-profit Links

Boy Scouts Ozark Trails Council

Girl Scouts of the Missouri Heartland

Independent Living Center, a non-profit agency that provides services & advocacy to persons with disabilities in SW MO.

Magic Moments Riding Therapy

Other Recommended Links

Free online movies

Paranormal site list for Central Missouri

Everything you need to know about gardening and landscape design.

Dispelling Obamacare myths

Where is your tax-money going? Tracking the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

Business resources for start-ups or growth

Create your own eulogy. Free membership to website created in part by former Joplinite.

State of Missouri official website

Interactive website for kids from Missouri Dept. of Conservation

Literature Network, a searchable database by author including 1900 full books, 3000 short stories, 250 entries by poets, 8500 q2uotes and a Q&A forum.

Phenomenal exploration of space and time.

Everything you want to know about movies; a really cool website for movie buffs

Misc. reference materials

Free translations

Gaming News, news of local gaming events, and all descriptions of games

Internet Public Library

Learning zone for classical music

Movie reviews

No Shiz dotcom, a clever look at society through photography

Toy & Action Figure Museum video (Pauls Valley, OK)

The Open Video Project, a shared digital video collection promoted by UNC-Chapel Hill.

Search for books.

FreeBookNotes, a literature study guide search engine

Republicans for Environmental Protection.

The Center for Public Integrity, a nonprofit organization dedicated to producing investigative journalism on issues of public concern, includes databases of Federal lobbyists, travel disclosures by members of Congress and their staffers, pharmaceutical interests' lobby spending, and Iraq/Afghanistan contract-holders to name a few.

Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

Spam website of Department of Justice--contains how to handle spam phishing for information or other illegal schemes.

Hogspore.com, country humor

Missouri Business Portal

Missouri families, facts about family life--health, economics, housing, children & older folks. Includes learning adventures--museums, historical sites and natural wonders and features a hyperhistory in progress, "Discovering Lewis & Clark."

Missouri's political news link-site (John Combest).

Missouri State Highway Patrol

Missouri Watershed Info Network, comprehensive clearinghouse for watershed info.

Route 66 Chamber of Commerce founded by Ron Hart

Images of the Ozarks Photography of Steve Snyder

Ozark Gardens, a website about gardeners, gardening and nature in the Ozarks, especially around the Springfield, MO area

Blog from the Papercrete Potter, Lee Coates of Highlandville, Missouri

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