Day: July 19, 2014

C of O Head Athletic Trainer Recieves National Honors

Dr. Gary Turbak, associate professor and head athletic trainer at College of the Ozarks, was recently honored at the 65th Clinical Symposia in Indianapolis, Indiana, on June 27. He was named the 2014 NAIA-ATA Athletic Trainer of the Year by the NAIA-Athletic Trainers’ Association and alsoreceived the NAIA National Athletic Trainer’s Association‘s College/University Athletic Trainers’ …

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U.S. News & World Report lists CoxHealth among Best in Missouri

CoxHealth has been ranked as one of the best hospitals for 2014-15 in three specialty areas and recognized in Southwest Missouri by U.S. News & World Report magazine. The annual U.S. News Best Hospitals rankings, now in its 25th year, recognizes hospitals that excel in treating the most challenging patients.   “This is an amazing …

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Buffalo National River Provides Ranger Guided Activities

Buffalo National River received an  Active Trails grant from the National Park Foundation, the official charity of America’s national parks. “The National Park Foundation’s Active Trail program provides vital funding that supports our national parks as centers of healthy outdoor activity for families and communities across the nation,” said National Park Service Director Jonathan B. …

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Sutterfield Not Guilty on Two Counts; Mistrial on Third

A federal court jury in Harrison Friday found Bull Shoals Police Chief Daniel Sutterfield not guilty on two counts of a three count indictment stemming from allegations that he used excessive force during the arrest of Nicholas Dore and reported they could not come to a unanimous decision on the third. The jury began deliberating …

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Razorbacks Legally Protect Hog Call

FAYETTEVILLE, ARK- The University of Arkansas’ 85- year- old, school cheer, receives federal trademark registration. “Wooo Pig Sooie!”is believed to be the first cheer from any college or university to be trademarked. The registration does not affect fans rooting for the Razorbacks. It is to protect the cheer against any unlicensed commercial use.