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Crane women ejected, serious injured in motorcycle crash

A woman from Crane sustained serious injuries in a motorcycle crash on Saturday, June 18, two miles north of Galena. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported Kari Eads, 54, of Crane was traveling south on Highway AA, when the floorboard of her Harley Davidson Motorcycle drug on the roadway as she was rounding a curve and caused her to lose control. The motorcycle went off of the roadway and Eads was ejected from the motorcycle.
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Fire decimates Buttonwood Center in Kimberling City

Four businesses and four families had their lives uprooted as a fire blazed through the Buttonwood Center in Kimberling City in the early hours of Tuesday, June 21. According to Southern Stone County Fire Protection District Lieutenant Dylan Honea, the SCFPD got the call of a fire at the center just after 1:30 a.m. The Buttonwood Center is divided into residential and commercial areas, with four businesses and four occupied apartments.
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Geena Davis discusses 'A League Of Their Own' ending

CNN’s Sandra Gonzalez caught up with Geena Davis about the 30th Anniversary of “A League Of Their Own,” The Geena Davis Institute on Gender In Media and The Bentonville Film Festival. Geena spoke with Sandra from Bentonville where the festival kicked off this week and will run in person through June 26 and virtually through July 3. The Bentonville Film Festival is co-founded and chaired by Davis and the festival’s mission is to shine a light on underrepresented voices in Hollywood.

2 Aurora teachers receive grants for classroom projects

Two teachers in the Aurora School District were recently awarded grants through WGU Missouri’s “Fund My Classroom” initiative. Emily Thornhill, a second grade teacher at Pate Early Childhood Center, received a $675 grant that will be used to purchase a storage cabinet for all grade levels in the district to access.

Fourth of July fireworks to light up area skies

The time has come once again to wear your best red, white and blue outfits, wave our flags and to gather communities together to celebrate the birth of our country. The Fourth of July is just over a week away and we have the scope of several area locations which are hosting fireworks displays and Fourth of July activities.

Police awaiting autopsy results

The Aurora-Marionville Police Department (AMPD) is investigating an apparent murder-suicide that occurred June 14 at 1642 Oak Dr. in Aurora. “At approximately 8:14 a.m., AMPD received a 911 call asking us to respond to 1642 Oak Drive,” said AMPD Police Chief Wes Coatney. “The 911 call came from a...

Grand Funk Railroad & Foghat LIVE

Springfield’s Talk 104.1 KSGF and our friends at the Black Oak Amphitheater want to send YOU to see TWO legendary bands, LIVE, on one stage!. We’re hooking you up with a pair of tickets to see Grand Funk Railroad & Foghat at the Black Oak Amphitheater in Lampe, Missouri on Friday, July 22nd!

Bentonville Film Festival president breaks down public events

The 8th annual Geena Davis’ Bentonville Film Festival is underway with virtual and in-person events available. Joining us to share all the details on what you can expect is the president of the festival, Wendy Guerrero. Watch as we break it all down on Good Day NWA. Sponsored Content.

EZ Shade hopes Walmart sees the light at pitching event

Brian Wholehan was at a bar in the United Arab Emirates in 2016 when he and a friend started talking about exposed light bulbs. As the friends discussed the harsh glare they cause, Mr. Wholehan thought of an innovative product idea to help prevent it.

AFB invests in Aurora

The current plant that is home to AFB International in Aurora was constructed in 1984. In 1986, Cornell University Ph.D., Dennis Gierhart, founded the company that formed into EBI and since then the plant has been a valued employer and business in the Aurora community. The company produces palatant solutions...

Chris Acker Performs for KUAF

Chris Acker and other friends are performing at Butterfield Stage in Rogers on July 8th, but first he joined Timothy Dennis to perform for KUAF. Timothy is a life-long Arkansan; he grew up in the hills outside of Winslow and has lived throughout northwest and western Arkansas. As a budding musician in his formative years, he became enthralled with recording technology, which carried over into his collegiate studies of print and multimedia journalism at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. Upon receiving his degree in journalism in 2011, Timothy immediately began working as a freelance reporter and photographer for the Washington County Observer in West Fork, Winslow and Greenland. It wasn't long before he left the newspaper business for radio and began working full-time as an announcer and news programmer for KURM AM/FM in Rogers.

Osage Park Pavilion / modus studio

Manufacturers : Benjamin Moore, Palram, LA Lighting, Philips, Q Tran LED. Structural Engineering : Tatum-Smith-Welcher Engineers. Text description provided by the architects. The Osage Park Pavilion is a gateway and centerpiece for Osage Park, which resides at the northern end of a small municipal airport in Bentonville, Arkansas. The airport is a playground for unique small aircraft, and this pavilion derives its playful form and structural expression from aircraft wing design. The simple, fluid form lifts seamlessly out of the ground, evolving into a light, airy structure that celebrates natural light pouring through repetitive structural elements and the dynamic, undulating Arkansas-sourced cypress facade.

Experimental Anthology Film ‘Seven Faces of Jane’ Premieres at Geena Davis’ Bentonville Film Festival

Click here to read the full article. “You have to put it in the script. If you put in the script – it will happen.” This is Geena Davis’ sage advice to filmmakers when crafting stories aiming to incorporate inclusive storylines and characters. “Nobody is going to second guess if it says the scene takes place at, say, ‘a police station which is 40% women,’ or if there’s a scene where ‘a crowd gathers, which is half female,’” continues the Oscar-winning actor and founder of the eponymous Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media. “Specify what it is. You have to write in...

New head coach, new helmets, new schemes for Aurora football in ’22

SARCOXIE — The Aurora Houn’ Dawgs have a new head football coach for the upcoming 2022 season in former West Plains defensive coordinator Brandon Pitts. The Houns will also have a host of new starters on both sides of the ball with 12 seniors graduated from last season’s 7-3 and unbeaten in Big 8 Conference East team, including standout quarterback and defensive back Aaron Fisher and leading ball carriers Ian Jackson and Kohl Rohlman.