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Fire closes Burger King in Ozark

OZARK, Mo. — When the employees of a Burger King restaurant in Ozark showed up to work this morning, they discovered the building on fire. Around 5:30 a.m., employees entered the store and saw that there was smoke inside and flames on the roof. After firefighters arrived, they found that the fire had begun on […]
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Firefighters battle a fire at Burger King in Ozark, Mo.

Use tax fails for the thrid time in Ozark. What's next for the city?. Traffic concerns arise with Glendale High School student pick up line. KY3's Lauren Schwentker reports. U.S. Census Bureau lists Springfield as the poorest city in Missouri. Camdenton man charged in death of a motorcyclist on Lake...

Finley River Park hosts carriage rides through Christmas light display

OZARK, Mo. – The Ozark Community Center is teaming up with Finley River Park to offer carriage rides through the Festival of Lights Display at Finley River Park this weekend. Horse-drawn carriages will take guests through the lights display from 5:30-8:30 pm on December 11. Guests can also walk through the light display, which stretches […]
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PRAIRIE MERCANTILE 2022

Use tax fails for the thrid time in Ozark. What's next for the city?. Traffic concerns arise with Glendale High School student pick up line. KY3's Lauren Schwentker reports. U.S. Census Bureau lists Springfield as the poorest city in Missouri. Camdenton man charged in death of a motorcyclist on Lake...
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Ozark County man pleads guilty to voluntary manslaughter, receives suspended sentence

Brian Dunaway (Photo courtesy of Ozark County Sheriff’s Office) An Ozark County man arrested nearly six months ago for second-degree murder in the shooting death of another male was able to avoid prison time after he pled guilty to amended charges. Forty-two-year-old Brian Dunaway of Theodosia entered his plea to voluntary manslaughter at the Ozark County Courthouse Nov. 23, and he received a 10-year suspended sentence and five years of probation.
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Living to serve: Branson FFA volunteers pack 12,848 meals

The last line of the FFA motto, “Living to Serve,” signifies service’s vital role in the FFA Organization. For the Ozark Food Harvest, this time of year is pivotal in feeding 50,000 individuals per month. In Southwest Missouri, one in seven people is estimated to be food insecure, making this organization a cornerstone in bridging the gap between the fed and hungry in the area. When the food bank found itself short on volunteers, it reached out for help — and Branson FFA Chapter answered in spades.
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Use tax fails for the thrid time in Ozark. What's next for the city?. Traffic concerns arise with Glendale High School student pick up line. KY3's Lauren Schwentker reports. U.S. Census Bureau lists Springfield as the poorest city in Missouri. Camdenton man charged in death of a motorcyclist on Lake...
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Romantic Escapes | Things to Do in Branson, MO, for Couples

Whereas the season of sugarplums has come and gone, the season to like is in full swing in Branson, MO. Should you’ve been fortunate sufficient to have been struck by cupid’s arrow, why not plan your annual romantic anniversary journeys or convey your valentine for a stick with Branson Trip Leases? There are lots of fantastic issues to do in Branson, MO, for {couples} that may preserve you coming again annually. With Branson Strip points of interest and upscale eating choices, it’s time to dig out that little pink costume and prepare to rejoice your love for each other.
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From the Ground Up: Walker Heights Retail Center

General contractor: Morelock Builders & Associates Inc. Architect: Marshall-Waters-Woody and Associates Inc. Engineers: Toth and Associates Inc., civil; JS Smith Consulting Engineers PC, structural; CJD Engineering LLC, mechanical, electrical and plumbing. Size: 8,125 square feet. Cost: Would not disclose. Lender: Would not disclose. Estimated completion: Spring 2023. Project description: The...
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Back to the drawing board for the City of Ozark after use tax voted down for the third time

OZARK, Mo. (KY3) - For the third time people living in the City of Ozark have voted no on a new use tax that would have seen 100% of those profits bolster public safety. “We had a three-tier plan,” said City Administrator Steve Childers. “Additional officers, additional cars to ensure that our fleet stays sufficient and putting our officers into an adequate facility that was safe, secure, and provided the things that most if not all other police facilities cities our size have.”
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Operation Giving 2022

Staying true to a servant’s heart, Sheriff Brad Cole and deputies from the Christian County Sheriff’s Office partnered with Ozark Police officers and the Ozark Police Department Alumni Association to bring meals and joy to 50 deserving families in Ozark and Christian County for Thanksgiving. Sheriff Cole wants to thank the Utopia Club, Apple Market, the Ozark Police Officers Association, and the Christian County Deputy Sheriff’s Association for funding this incredible opportunity for our citizens.

New name for terminal at Springfield-Branson airport revealed

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The Springfield, Missouri city council unanimously voted this week to approve renaming the Midfield Terminal at Springfield-Branson National Airport after Senator Roy Blunt. The resolution praises his dedicated history of public service as a teacher, county official, Secretary of State, university president, Congressman, and U.S. Senator. As of December 16th, the Midfield […]
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MoDOT to close lanes on U.S. 65 between Saddlebrooke and Branson this week

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) - Travelers can expect traffic delays when traveling on U.S. Highway 65 between Ozark and Branson this week. Lane closures between Christian County Route EE north of Saddlebrooke and Missouri Route 76 north of Branson will start on Monday, December 5 through Friday, December 9. According to...
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Central Taney County Firefighter loses home, narrowly escapes

A firefighter for the Central Taney County Fire Protection District lost his own home to a fire in the early morning hours of Thursday, Dec. 1. Narrowly escaping the house which was engulfed in fire, the firefighter went to the station to grab a fire truck to fight the fire. Though every effort was made by himself and other firefighters to save the home, the home and everything in it were a total loss.
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Knot Forgotten offers way to honor loved ones

During the holiday season, many look for ways to remember loved ones, and the CoxHealth Foundation’s Knot Forgotten program offers a heartfelt way to share that love and support. Through Knot Forgotten, Christmas trees will be adorned with “knots” (bows) in honor or memory of patients. Bows are procured...
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Not much sun this week

Firefighters battle a fire at Burger King in Ozark, Mo. Firefighters battled a fire at the Burger King in Ozark on Monday morning.
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Attending the Branson Adoration Day Parade? Here are the traffic detours

BRANSON, Mo. (KY3) - The Branson Police Department has shared traffic detours and the parade route for those attending or who will be near the Annual Adoration Day Parade on Sunday. The parade starts in downtown Branson at 5:30 p.m. Here is the official parade route:. Below are the detours...