Branson city staff are set to renegotiate a ground lease between the city and Track Family Fun Park.
Increased visitation through Branson Airport translates into a bigger payment from the city.
As the recent outbreak of storms show, southwest Missouri isn’t immune to severe weather. Saturday, the folks responsible for building the world’s first tornado proof log cabin are hosting an open house to show off the more than $700,000 home.
Greetings my Loyal Reader(s), and welcome to the latest edition of the Branson Beat, your home for all the news on the Branson entertainment scene.
Silver Dollar City will continue to feature the Bluegrass & BBQ Festival at the 1880s theme park through Monday, May 27.
This weekend’s edition of “Branson Country USA,” set for 10:30 p.m. Friday at the Grand Country Music Hall, will feature “Branson’s Guitar Wizard” and star of “A Tribute to Marty Robbins and Other Classic Artists” at the Dutton Family Theatre, Leroy New.
JEFFERSON CITY – At about the midpoint of the track and field season, School of the Ozarks sophomore Gideon Martin was going through some frustrating times.
The College of the Ozarks baseball team is headed to the big dance, qualifying for this week’s NCCAA World Series in Easley, South Carolina.
The Hollister High School girls’ track and field team isn’t big on numbers.
As the newest addition to the staff of the Branson Tri-Lakes News, I wanted to introduce myself to our readers. I will be interning as a staff writer for the paper this summer and am very excited to start this journey as a journalist.
The other day I noticed what looked like little piles of sand on the windowsill above my bathtub. I cleaned them up, but the next day they were back, along with some little worker bugs moving around them. I knew in an instant I had termites. I wasn’t pleased, but I wasn’t apoplectic either.
I was reminded recently that Sunday marked five years since I became the managing editor here at the Branson Tri-Lakes News.