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‘Evil, but smart’: Victims of Branson contractor and Whispering Oaks RV park owner come forward
Nearly a year after being confronted and exposed by local Mallard Point residents, one of the co-owners of the now abandoned Whispering Oaks Luxury RV Park is back in court, and the news, as his long trail of lies and deceit finally catches up to him. Branson Missouri’s Eddie Brian...
Savor the Flavors of Italy: Uncovering Harrison's Top 3 Italian Restaurants
In this article, we will be exploring three exquisite Italian restaurants located in Harrison. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these establishments? If yes, we would love to hear your thoughts! Please share your experiences in the comments section below.
How personal income has changed in Marion County—plus, see how it compares to the rest of the state and country
Stacker analyzed Bureau of Economic Analysis data to see how personal income has changed in Marion County, Arkansas and how it compares to state and national levels.
Warming Fire Gets Out of Control North of Branson
According to a post on the Western Taney County Fire Protection District Facebook page, the fire off Green Acres Road north of Branson started getting out of control around 6:20 with several western units responding to the scene. The fire damaged an acre of land as well as the back half of an apartment according to the post.
Firefighters face fierce winds battling fire
A lake home in Blue Eye was fully engulfed in flames Saturday evening. The Southern Stone County Fire Protection District received a call a little after 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 17 about a residential fire.
Branson’s best to take the stage for the 30th Annual Hot Winter Fun Big Show
An afternoon full of fun, music and laughter is promised as a line-up of Branson’s best entertainers take the stage at the Pepsi Legends Theater on Saturday, Feb. 24, for the 30th Annual Hot Winter Fun Big Show. Audiences of the 3 p.m. show will be treated to entertainment...
The historic John Ross House in Missouri: "Old Matt's Cabin" of The Shepherd of the Hills novel
The historic John Ross House, also referred to as Old Matt's Cabin, is located on Missouri Highway 76 in the vicinity of Branson, Missouri at the Shepherd of the Hills farm. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on July 21, 1983.
19th Annual Rotary Club Chili Cookoff returns Saturday
Chili lovers across the Ozarks will focus on Branson on Saturday, Feb. 24, when the Branson Daybreakers Rotary Club will be running their 19th Annual Chili Cookoff. The competition will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Lions Club Building, 1015 E. Highway 76, in Branson. Tickets will be available at the door for $9 each, with children under 12 free. The price of admission includes chili, beverages, and dessert.
Fire Destroys House in Blue Eye
According to a post on the District’s Facebook page, units were dispatched to the scene around 5:30 with initial units calling in the second alarm due to the intensity of the fire. No injuries were reported though the post states that it is unknown if anyone was at home at the time of the fire.
Valley Springs, February 21 High School 🏀 Game Notice
The Valley Springs High School basketball team will have a game with Hackett High School on February 21, 2024, 17:30:00 CST.
Nixa tops Branson, wins 19th game of the season
NIXA, Mo–Boys high school basketball Tuesday night, Nixa hosting Branson. The Eagles were looking for their 19th win of the season. Branson connecting from the outside early, Brody Gillespie with the corner three, it’s a one point game. Nixa scoring inside the arc, here Josh Peters working hard on the block and gets the ball […]
Branson reports progress on ‘lodging safety initiative’ as city shuts down 6 establishments
As NPR reported several years ago, many working families in Branson fall into what’s sometimes called the “extended stay motel trap” due to income disruptions from the seasonal tourism economy. It’s typically more quiet in Branson during the winter months. This week — after six months...
Arkansas man sentenced to 30 years for convincing minor to live with him in cave
A Yellville man was sentenced on Tuesday to 30 years in prison without parole for convincing a minor to live with him in a cave, according to a news release from the United States Attorney's Office Western District of Arkansas.
Softball Falcons go 1-2 in Arkansas
Starting the season in Harrison, Arkansas, the East Central College softball Falcons went 1-2 last weekend. “Even though we went 1-2, we did a lot of really good things offensively and defensively,” East Central Head Coach Brad Wallach said. “We earned a lot of confidence in those three games and can’t wait to play again.”
Caucus Pre-Registration Ends Today
Republicans wishing to take part in the March 2nd Caucuses around Missouri can pre-register today. According to Taney County Eastern District Commissioner Sheila Wyatt, pre-registration for all caucus meetings in Missouri can take place through the GOP Website at https://caucus.missouri.gop/. Pre-registration deadline is this afternoon at 5:00 pm. The Republican...
Hollister School District Bond to appear on April Ballot
The Hollister School District is asking residents to vote “yes” on Tuesday, April 2, to approve a bond which would allow for several improvements on the school campus.
Four Branson wrestlers qualify for state tournament
The Branson wrestling program will have a quartet of wrestlers representing the school at the state tournament this weekend. At the boys’ district tournament in Carl Junction on Saturday, Feb. 17, three wrestlers qualified for states, including one wrestler who won the district title by pinning every opponent.
School closed following gas leak
PARAGOULD, Ark. (KAIT) - The School of the 21st Century will be closed Tuesday following a gas leak. According to a social media post, Summit Utilities found a small gas leak just off of the gas meter at the school earlier on Monday, Feb 19. The leak has since been...
Fish Habitat Improvement Project on Table Rock Lake
A lake which crosses state boundaries is getting help with a fish habitat from both states. The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission and the Missouri Department of Conservation have teamed-up to create the habitat on the Long Creek/Cricket Creek arm of Table Rock Lake in Arkansas according to a release posted by KTLO. Biologists from both agencies began a project to replenish the existing fish attractors and create new brush piles. Nine of the eighteen piles have been refreshed, and another four new piles have been established with the project expected to be completed this month according to the release.
‘You’ve got to stop with the closures’ Six extended stay hotels in Branson shut down due to safety concerns
BRANSON, Mo. – The City of Branson launched a lodging safety initiative in September intending to crack down on extended stay motels that weren’t meeting basic health and safety standards. So far, six establishments have been shut down. The lodging safety initiative has a three-step enforcement process for hotels and motels deemed unsafe. The first […]