Daily brief (1/3): Top picks from the Springfield media

Another sunny day is in store for the Ozarks, with a high of 43. Tonight will remain clear but won’t be as cold as last night; the low will be 30.

A warming trend is on the way, with temperatures expected to hit the high 50s by Thursday. No precipitation is expected this week.

Today’s picks

  • News-Leader: Councilman charged with felony. Councilman Nick Ibarra has been charged with felony unlawful use of a weapon, in connection with a domestic disturbance at his house on New Year’s Day. (Other coverage: KY3, KSPR, OzarksFirst)
  • KSPR: Ozark School District wants city to waive fees. The Ozark School District wants the city of Ozark to waive $11,000 in construction fees for a new transportation center, but city officials say such fees are required for such projects.
  • OzarksFirst: Ozarks Regional YMCA forms area alliance. With the help of a federal grant, the Ozarks Regional YMCA has created the Healthy Living Alliance, a program to help people live healthier lives.
  • News-Leader: Schools could help feed hungry kids outside of school day. Springfield Superintendent Norm Ridder has proposed offering breakfast and lunch to anyone under 18 at Reed Middle School on Saturdays.
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