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Students at Hollister High School were tasked with looking at ways to protect the environment and present their findings, all as part of a new teaching model in the district.

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The latest addition to Branson Landing, the LandShark Bar & Grill, or just LandShark for short, will open its new lake front location next to the fountains Thursday, Feb. 21.

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Ahead of the initial vote by the Branson Board of Aldermen, members of the public had the chance to ask questions and voice opinions during a special meeting on a proposed aquarium project seeking tax increment financing.

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For six hours on Friday, area residents heard from national speakers and community leaders on the state of poverty in the Ozarks at the S. Truett Cathy Poverty Summit hosted at College of the Ozarks.

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More than three years after historic flooding in December 2015, Branson received a reimbursement check from State Emergency Management Agency and the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

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After more than a year of hard work and sweat, local musician and pastor Steve Anthony finally found a location for two of his passions, Branson’s Cowboy Church, and the State Line Music & Events Center, which is now open in Branson at 104 Courtney St., which is located next to the CVS a…

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A $15 million Venice on the Lake Sanitary Sewer Project in Taney County is finally underway, following an official groundbreaking and dedication ceremony on Jan. 24.

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After calling several places home over the past few seasons, Pastor Steve Anthony and the rest of the folks at Branson’s Cowboy Church is now in their permanent home at 104 Courtney St., which is located next to the CVS at Hwy. 65 and 76 Country Blvd.