On June 18 members of the Branson Trap Team traveled to Linn Creek to compete in the Scholastic Clay Target Program State Championship shoot.
FORSYTH — The Forsyth Fire Department now is better equipped to respond to medical emergencies, thanks to an A.E.D. grant from the Skaggs Legacy Foundation.
FORSYTH — Taney County Collector Sheila Wyatt recently presented delinquent 2011 personal property taxes in preparation for the collector’s annual settlement to the county commission.
FORSYTH — The server that connects all computers from the city of Forsyth’s municipal network is in need of an upgrade.
The Shepherd of the Hills Humane Society has a wish list.
You may not think about salad in winter, but winter salads are some of my favorites.
A warm, gooey, cheesy sandwich on crusty bread is the perfect end to a cold winter day.
Cox Medical Center Branson was acknowledged for recent accomplishments at the Hollister Chamber of Commerce luncheon Thursday.
Branson Alderman Bob Simmons presented the city’s November Employee of the Month award to Wendall Rackley of the utilities department Tuesday evening.
Fire Engineers Nathanael Jones and Jason Bruck from the Branson Fire Department were recognized as employees of the month by Alderman Rick Todd Tuesday evening at the Board of Aldermen meeting.
The Branson Board of Aldermen presented Police Officer Jason Smith as employee of the month Tuesday.
In 1984, when Branson was still a somewhat sleepy, off-the-beaten-path community, 11 churches met to discuss a growing problem: how to minister to the poor and needy of this community in a structured way.
Wayne Glenn, a project manager for the engineering department was awarded a plaque for employee of the month.
Branson police officer Caleb Teig was named the April 2015 Employee of the Month for his role in pulling an unconscious woman away from a house fire in January.
Spring is in the air (as is pollen, so allergies beware) and many people may be wondering about gardening season, especially if they’ve never experimented with their green thumbs before.
Branson police Lt. Bryan Miller was honored as the March 2015 Employee of the Month at the Branson Board Aldermen meeting Tuesday evening.
A Branson police officer was named the February 2015 Employee of the Month for her efforts in resuscitating a man at a theater.
About 75 friends and family members of Audie Wilson gathered last weekend to celebrate her 100th birthday.
A Branson fourth-grade student decided that what she wanted for Christmas was to make the holiday special for someone else — someone who would not, otherwise, be able to have presents.
A Branson Fire & Rescue Division Chief was named the Branson Employee of the Year at the city’s Christmas party.
An employee in the Branson Public Works Department received the December 2014 Employee of the Month award for taking initiative during a staffing shortage.
REEDS SPRING — Dorus “Doad” and Marilyn Childs, of Reeds Spring will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception hosted by their children on Saturday, Dec. 13, from 6-10 p.m. at the American Legion Hall, 2 Woodland Ave, Kimberling City.
It was 61 years ago that North Korea, with the help of the Soviet Union, invaded South Korea.