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15-Year-Old Injured in Theodosia Crash

Theodosia, MO. – Two males from Theodosia have been injured following a crash that happened yesterday morning, at roughly 6:50am. A 2005 Hyundai GX350 was heading Northbound on Highway P, when they crashed around 3 miles Southwest of Theodosia. Michael Renne, 43 of Theodosia, overcorrected after going off the right side of the roadway, and struck a tree.
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Green Forest (Ark.) School District implements new door scan security

GREEN FOREST, Ark. (KY3) - All schools throughout the Ozarks prioritize security measures during the summer months, like in Green Forest, where the district has implemented new door security scanners. “The original thought behind that was securing the entries,” said Superintendent Dr. Matt Summers. “Most of our buildings are not...
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9 Spectacular Branson Vacation Rentals For A Family Vacation

All products featured on TravelAwaits are independently selected by our writers and editors. We may earn commission when you click on or make a purchase via our links. A family-friendly vacation spot like no other, Branson, Missouri, is a great location for family members of all ages to enjoy each other’s company. The purported Live Music Capital of the Universe, Branson has an entertainment culture that rivals those of the country’s biggest cities. Spectacle awaits around every corner.

Bystanders save crash victim from burning vehicle in Everton, Ark.

EVERTON, Ark. (KY3) - Valley Springs Fire Department responded to a single car accident call along State Highway 206 in Everton on Sunday afternoon. Before first responders arrived, a group of bystanders rescued the victim from the burning vehicle. Details of what caused the crash, witnesses say the car came...

KC “movie cars” on display in Branson

Who ya gonna call, when you need to go back in time?. Joe Pace, that’s who. Pace, a long-time Northeast resident, once owned and operated Pace’s Body Shop on Independence Avenue and used his shop space to create memorable replicas of cars featured in popular movies, such as Back To The Future and Ghostbusters.
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2022 Fall Preview: Blue Eye Volleyball

Blue Eye volleyball will have a new look this year after graduating a seven-player senior class that won three district titles and 84 matches in their four years. “They were a talented group of girls that left their mark on our program. They were the firsts for a lot for our volleyball program. They will forever have Blue Eye’s first district win. They have multiple tournament wins from seasons gone by. They were also the first team for our school to make it to the quarterfinals,” Blue Eye head coach Taylor Wittl said. “Their record, stats, and accolades are up for everyone to see and remember them by, but what I hope most remember of this group is not just how talented they were, but their efforts they gave towards their talents. Their determination to be the best. Their work ethic to not settle for anything less than greatness. The will to win and compete with anyone and everything thrown their way. The driven mindset and mental toughness it took for them to achieve the things they did. As well as the unity and genuine encouragement of one another is what kept them going. It took everyone playing their role to the best of their ability and being an accountable teammate to achieve their goals. They set that tone. They showed what it takes to be great and they ensured that it would carry on for years to come.”

More municipal races develop in Big Flat, Bull Shoals

With just a few hours left for potential candidates to file for municipal positions for the general election, two more races have developed in Baxter and Marion counties. Big Flat Mayor Glenda Wiseman will be challenged for her seat in November. Charles Schmitt is challenging Wiseman after filing his candidacy on Tuesday.

2 Baxter County residents arrested on multiple drug, weapon charges

A tip given to Baxter County investigators of two local residents with multiple arrest warrants resulted in additional charges for drugs and weapons. Thirty-eight-year-old Christopher Alsup of rural Mountain Home and 27-year-old Rayndii Tolliver of Cotter have been in the Baxter County Detention Center since Friday. According to the probable...

Man, teen injured in 1-vehicle accident in Ozark County

Two Theodosia residents were transported by ambulance to Baxter Regional Medical Center after being hurt in a one-vehicle accident in Ozark County Tuesday morning. Forty-three-year-old Micheal Renne had minor injuries, and his passenger, a 15-year-old male, suffered moderate injuries. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Renne and the teen...

On The Lighter Side: Remembering Mickey Gilley, Part II

With “Stand by Me” and his “Urban Cowboy” ubiquity pushing him forward, Mickey Gilley continued to earn big hits: 1981’s “A Headache Tomorrow (or a Heartache Tonight),” 1982’s “Talk to Me” and 1983 “Fool for Your Love.”. He also...

Man is both suspect and victim

A 26-year-old man listing a Yellville address pled guilty to charges in two open criminal cases during a session of Baxter County Circuit Court Monday and was put on probation for six years. Both of Kevin Andrew Gerts’ arrest came in 2021 and stemmed from traffic stops – one in...

Actor Scott Baio to perform one-man show in Branson

Hollywood Actor, Writer, Producer and Director Scott Baio is coming to Branson at the end of this month to perform his one-man show, “How Did I Get Here?” at the Nashville Roadhouse Theater. Best known for his roles as Chachi Arcola on “Happy Days” and Charles in “Charles...

Branson, inclusiveness, and the Eli Hug Club

The annual Rock The Spectrum concert, to benefit a local charity aimed at making Branson more “inclusive” for the families of children with autism and other special needs, is taking place Saturday, Sept. 17, at Branson Landing. As the father of an autistic son, events like this always...

Americana Theatre show raises $2,000 for Branson Band

The Americana Theatre presented the Branson High School Marching Band Boosters with a check for $2,000 following a fundraiser held during the Awesome 80’s show at the theater. On Friday, July 29, folks were invited to the Americana Theatre to see the 8 p.m. production of Awesome 80’s for...

Marion County woman accused of threatening, inappropriately grabbing deputy

A Marion County woman reported for drunk driving is accused of threatening a deputy and grabbing him in an inappropriate manner. Thirty-eight-year-old Crystal Sanford has been charged with a felony count of aggravated assault on a law-enforcement officer and misdemeanor counts of second-degree terroristic threatening and public intoxication. According to...
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2022 Fall Preview: Hollister Volleyball

Hollister volleyball has a new head coach in Molly Terry taking over this season. Terry was the eighth grade coach at Hollister the past two seasons and was an assistant at her alma mater Logan-Rogersville for eight seasons prior to that. She played collegiate volleyball at Drury. “I have coached...