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.
Getting ready for work is an everyday task for most people. We brush our teeth, put on our work clothes and we head to the office. After kissing his wife and three children goodbye, Taney County Sheriff’s Deputy Darin Carter headed to work his shift.
A man involved in a fatality wreck in Branson Nov. 30 has now been charged with driving while intoxicated from an incident five days earlier, and had at least five previous DWIs on his record.
A building is damaged after a fire was reported early Sunday morning at Welk Resort Theatre properties in Branson.
The Branson Arts Council will begin hosting its limited engagement of “Yes, Virginia the Musical” at the Historic Owen Theatre & Branson’s House of Comedy Friday at 7 p.m., which is also the day they’ll begin collecting letters to Santa for the Macy’s “Believe” campaign.
Decorating their house with lights and ornaments has been a tradition for 18 years; however, Kathi and Roger Bennett decided to add a twist this holiday season.
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.