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One of Branson’s long standing Christmas traditions is the Adoration Parade. The event is a wonderful way to spend time with family and community. The Branson Christian Church has a years-long tradition of serving hot cocoa and cookies to passers by, and the parade features floats from local…

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Law enforcement agencies across the Ozarks are looking for qualified officers and Drury University is providing interested applicants the opportunity to apply for their Law Enforcement Academy.

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Citizens who see their police officers suddenly showing facial fuzz or with a blue streak in their hair don’t need to worry if the department has changed their grooming standards; the officers are taking part in a fundraising campaign called “No Shave November.”

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In an interview with the Branson Tri-Lakes News, the parents of Kanakuk abuse victim Logan Yandell said Kanakuk CEO Joe White lied to both of them about not knowing convicted child molester Pete Newman had been engaged in inappropriate behavior with kids prior to Newman’s 2009 arrest.

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Branson Mayor Larry Milton is speaking out against what he says are false statements being made about himself and the Board of Aldermen regarding their position on the use of city tax dollars by the Branson Chamber of Commerce and CVB for marketing.

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Customers having trouble paying their utility bill this winter may think the Missouri Public Service Commission’s “Cold Weather Rule” will help stop having utilities shut off, but it’s not always the case.

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Elevate Branson celebrated their 15th anniversary with their annual Thanksgiving Lunch, held this year at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church in Branson. 

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The Hollister School District Admin Team wishes to express their thanks to the community, and share what they’re each thankful for this holiday season.

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Elevate Branson will again celebrate the beginning of their story on Thanksgiving Day when they host the 15th Annual Love Your Neighbors Thanksgiving Day Lunch. 

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The city of Hollister is renewing its love of bringing holiday cheer with Christmas trees for the season, including one lit up on Historic Downing Street, and another by the lakefront in Hulland Park.

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A group of Branson entertainers tried to match up with a NASCAR driver at the first “NASKART Entertainers Cup” on Sunday, Nov. 13, at the Track Family Fun Park’s Heavy Metal Highrise.