The Compton Drive Wastewater Treatment Plant is continuing to see activity.
The Hollister R-V School District has invited members of the community to five informational forums to discuss the two no tax increase issues that will be on the ballot April 6.
Forsyth Area Chamber of Commerce has teamed up with the Lake Taneycomo Elks Lodge 2597 to host a paint night. The guided paint night event is scheduled to take place on Friday, March 5 at 6 p.m. at The Gateway in Forsyth.
The 14th Annual Branson Elvis Festival, presented by Legends in Concert, has been postponed to July 23 to 25, 2021.
The Ozarks Gospel Show and Ozarks Country Show at Grand Country Music Hall are each welcoming a new member to their respective casts as they prepare to make their 2021 show season debut this month.
Dolly Parton’s Stampede is opening for its 27th season in Branson on Friday, March 5.
The Forsyth Lady Panthers moved on to the second round of districts after defeating Liberty (Mountain View) 70-53 on Saturday, Feb. 27.
The Bobcats and Lady Cats basketball teams both earned spots in the NAIA Tournament after winning their semifinal games in the Association of Independent Institutions Championship.
Branson High School and Reeds Spring High School qualified a combined three athletes for the state tournament last week.
Hello Branson. My name is AJ Meakins and I am the newest addition to the staff at the Branson Tri-Lakes News.
Last month marked my 20th anniversary in the journalism profession. It’s a little hard to believe.
I’m not much for making New Year’s resolutions. I’m not especially good at keeping them. I’m better at making life changes or keeping promises to myself if I make them at a time when it seems right, not on the date that just happens to start a new year.