Following are the Taney and Stone county results for the Aug. 4 Primary.
The former Dogpatch USA them park property south of Harrison, Arkansas, is now under the ownership of one of the most influential figures in the Branson Tri-Lakes area.
After the Branson Board of Aldermen unanimously voted down a resolution to permanently close the Branson Recycle Center on July 28, city leaders are working on a proposal for the county to take over the operation.
Approximately 15 people, including Branson residents and surrounding towns people, rallied together near Branson City Hall on Monday to protest the face-covering mandate approved by city aldermen last week.
The first 400-square-foot model tiny home officially arrived at Elevate Branson on July 29.
Forsyth R-lll Schools have released their reopening plan for the 2020-2021 school year.
Two more Taney County residents have died from COVID-19, brining the total to five.
Election officials in both Taney and Stone counties have been hard at work training election judges and preparing polling locations to help keep voters safe during the Missouri Primary on Tuesday, Aug. 4.
On Friday, Branson’s new face covering mandate went into effect. On Thursday, the Branson Tri-Lakes News sought reactions from local business owners and operators, as well as from residents and visitors.
According to a release Friday morning, Silver Dollar City’s 60th Anniversary Diamond Jubilee “comes with a great big bow” as the Branson area theme park was named No. 1 Amusement Park in all the land by 10Best/USAToday Readers’ Choice Awards. The internationally acclaimed 1880s-style theme p…
The Blazing Trails District of Ozark Trails Council is hosting “You Got Scouted”.
Central Bank of Branson, located at 400 S. Business 65 in Downtown Branson, celebrated its 70th birthday with a ribbon cutting.
Emergency personnel responded to both a motorcycle crash and a three-vehicle accident the morning of July 30, near Bull Creek Village.
College of the Ozarks announced Thursday that it will suspend all sports for fall 2020, including for both the college and the School of the Ozarks, due to concerns over COVID-19.
A large, indoor water park resort is coming to Hollister.
Branson Public Schools released their back-to-school plan Wednesday, and it includes options for in-class learning, or online learning.
The Branson aldermen unanimously voted down a resolution to permanently close the Branson Recycle Center.
The Branson Board of Aldermen have passed an ordinance mandating face coverings in the city.
Media personality, actor, singer, talk and game show host Regis Philbin died Friday, July 24 at the age of 88 from cardiovascular disease at a hospital in Greenwich, Connecticut. Philbin was called “the hardest working man in show business,” and according to the Guinness World Record, his mo…
Little Heroes Park celebrated the opening of the park with a ceremony on Friday, July 24.
The Lake Taneycomo Elks Lodge 2597 is inviting the community to join them for their open house and luau party fundraiser on Saturday, Aug. 1 in Forsyth.
August 4 is right around the corner, meaning it’s almost time for the primary elections.
The Aug. 4 Republican Primary is less than a week away. For the Missouri House District 155 seat, Joe Combs is facing off against Travis Smith. The winner will face Democratic candidate Mike Lind in the November general election.
Branson’s city staff is bringing a resolution before the Board of Aldermen to recommend the permanent closure of the Branson recycle center.
The Reeds Spring School District released their back to school plan and it includes the option for virtual learning.
As longtime Taney County Sheriff Jimmie Russell is retiring this year, county residents will have the responsibility of electing an all new sheriff on Tuesday, Aug. 4.
The city of Hollister couldn’t use a typical fundraising method for its annual fireworks display, so the business community stepped up.
Economic development is underway in the Branson West area with a ground-breaking ceremony for a new industrial park.
Andy’s Williams Moon River Theatre has been placed up for auction.
Stone County has reported its first confirmed COVID-19 death.
Firehouse Bowfishing was operating their normal guide trip Monday night on Lake Taneycomo when an interesting discovery was made.
At the end of this month, Branson Tri-Lakes News’ own Josh Clark will be turning in his notepad and pencil as he prepares to pick-up a microphone for his new adventure co-hosting a morning radio show.
Big Cedar Lodge was again awarded the “Best Course You Can Play in Missouri” in Golfweek’s 2020 annual rankings list with Ozarks National earning this year’s top spot following its grand opening last year, according to a press release.
The Forsyth Board of Alderman have passed a face covering ordinance.
An all new weekend-long pickleball tournament is coming to Branson at the end of this month.
On Saturday, Oct. 3, the Alzheimer’s Association will host its annual Walk to End Alzheimer’s event in Branson.
On July 20, the Taney County Commission approved the placement of signage on the doors of the Taney County Courthouse asking visitors to please wear a face covering before entering the building.
Additional public parking on Pacific Street, received final approval by the Branson Board of Aldermen.
Botanas Mexican Restaurant is one step closer to being able to make some capital improvements.
The Aug. 4 Republican Primary is right around the corner. In Missouri House District 156, Karen Best is facing off against Brian Seitz. The winner will face Democratic candidate Dale Speelman in the November general election.
A permit for the 47th Autumn Daze Arts, Crafts and Music Festival was officially brought before the Branson Board of Aldermen and approved.
The Taney County Clerk’s Office is in need of some additional election judges for the upcoming Tuesday, Aug. 3 Primary.
The use of abstentions by some Branson aldermen has brought city staff to officially bring forward a bill to amend the section of Branson’s municipal code that pertains to abstentions.
Area residents now have the opportunity to shop and receive items from a farmers market without ever leaving their home.
Aug. 4 marks the date of the primary elections.
The July city of Branson employee of the month recognition was awarded to Corey Powell, public works and engineering project manager.
Hollister School District officials announced Thursday that they have canceled a fair that annually takes place before the start of the school year.
The intersection of Historic U.S. 165 and Business 65 in Hollister was partially closed to traffic on Tuesday, July 14, following a two-vehicle accident.
The Branson Board of Aldermen have postponed voting on an ordinance regarding mandating face coverings in the city of Branson.
According to a release from Big Cedar Lodge, two new events set to be part of the PGA Tour’s combined 2020-21 schedule are set for next month here in Ozark Mountain Country. The Buffalo Ridge and Ozarks National golf courses will play host to back-to-back 54-hole tournaments played over a ni…
A Special Use Permit was denied again by the Planning Commission, on July 7, regarding a request to operate a campground and vehicle park located at the Encore Theater.