Alpena, AR

Pickup and farm tractor collide on Highway 129

A Branson resident was hurt Saturday afternoon south of Green City when a pickup truck collided with a farm tractor. The driver of the pickup, 25-year-old Jerold Robertson was taken to Sullivan County Memorial Hospital in Milan with moderate injuries. The operator of the farm tractor, 53-year-old Timothy Harrelson of Milan, was not reported hurt.
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Bits And Pieces: Jamey Johnson, Mickey Gilley & More!

Jamey Johnson became an official member of the Grand Ole Opry on Saturday (May 14th), where he was welcomed by Opry member and Jamey’s mentor Bill Anderson after the two collaborated on their ACM and CMA Award-winning co-write “Give It Away.” Jamey said, “I’ve been talking about this moment since I was a kid. I prayed for it every day and hoped it would come.”

If You Like Brunching, Head To Branson Or The Ozarks For Billy Gail’s

I am writing this article on a Sunday, and when I was younger, my family used to always go out for brunch after we went to church. It allowed us some family time, and depending on what our taste was on that day, we could get something that was either more likely to be eaten for breakfast, or something more likely for lunch. When I was in New York City during spring break in high school, it was cheaper to find a place for breakfast, lunch or brunch, eat a big meal and then you may be able to avoid a big dinner price tag. I am considering a weekend trip to Branson, and I think this place needs to be on the itinerary. Let me tell you about Billy Gail's.

Forecast: Severe weather returns Sunday morning

After a storm afternoon and evening for some, the storms and showers are dissipating. The largest hail report was near Hollister at ping pong size. Tonight will remain calm for the rest of the evening, but tomorrow is a different story. Storms push into the Ozarks Sunday morning. The Ozarks...
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RECAP: Class 2 Sectional 3 track meet

POINT LOOKOUT — Aric Spyres often sees many of the same competitors in the long jump and triple jump, but usually meets newcomers in the high jump. The Crane senior is unique not only by competing in all three jumps, but shining in all three events. “I’m the only...

Branson Police Department shares theft prevention advice as summer nears

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) - As more people head outdoors this spring, the Branson Police Department wants to help keep your valuables safe and secure. Branson Police Officer Darold Donathan says with more tourists returning, he encourages everyone to make sure they don’t leave items with personal information inside their car. He reminds you not to leave documents with your name, address, or social security number in the vehicle.

British comic punks KKK leader in Arkansas

Norma Bates shared this over the weekend, but a British comic’s interview with KKK leader of Thom Robb deserves another look. Niko Omilona, a YouTube entertainer, visited Harrison and found it not at all racist, but he was directed to the source of much of the city’s reputation to Zinc and the home and church of KKK leader Thomas Robb. Omilona said he was a BBC interviewer and Robb spoke with him at length, not understanding that BBC stood for Big Black ****. He got Robb to send shoutouts to people with names that will resonate with anyone who’s ever told an I.P. Freely joke. One, spoken aloud, sounded like BLM. And then there was this one: