Despite the pandemic, seven churches in Stone County have rallied together to continue serving daily meals to local residents as they make their way through the Branson area’s annual slow season.
Former Forsyth Superintendent and state legislator Maynard Wallace died Jan. 17 at the age of 77.
Missouri District 138 State Rep. Brad Hudson has been selected to chair the House Special Committee on Tourism for the 101st General Assembly.
Due to previous discussion on the topic, a survey was requested by Branson city staff to get more information regarding theater performer parking (regarding recreational vehicles/buses) on theater property.
The filing period for the April Municipal Election has officially closed and the open seats for the Branson Aldermen and Mayor positions have seen more interest than usual.
The American Red Cross has issued an emergency need for convalescent plasma as the cases of COVID-19 have continued to rise across the U.S.
For the first time in a long time the Taney County Loaves and Fishes program is not happening this year.
The Branson aldermen last week heard a five-year update of the city’s various Tax Increment Financing projects.
Due to recent court hearings, updated information has been released regarding four Stone County residents that were arrested for child endangerment.
The city of Forsyth recognized Forsyth Assistant Police Chief Steve Huggins for 30 years of service to the Forsyth Police Department.
Branson aldermen have given initial approval to turn over operation of a recycle center to the county.
The city of Branson approved additional funds for some area agencies that provide a public service.
This week, the city of Branson named Andrew Zubrod its employee of the year.
Two residents of Texas were arrested in Stone County on Dec. 27, 2020 as a result of a drug investigation in the Notch area.
The Taney County Health Department issued answers to some commonly asked questions regarding the COVID-19 vaccine.
The number of candidates running for office in Branson has doubled in the new year.
The Salvation Army in Branson is thanking donors for their gracious givings after raising more than $108,000 during the 2020 Red Kettle Season.
The 2021 Taney County Budget has been approved.
Preliminary data from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) shows that deer hunters in Missouri harvested 14,555 deer during the alternative-methods portion of the firearms deer season, Dec. 26 - Jan. 5. Top harvest counties were Franklin with 318 deer harvested, Callaway with 317, a…
The Taney County Health Department announced Friday that nine additional county residents have died from COVID-19.
A Branson nonprofit agency announced this week that it has secured a $1million grant to help it built an anticipated affordable housing community.
Boys & Girls Club of the Ozarks is reopening all three of its locations Monday, Jan. 11.
Firefighters with the Southern Stone County Fire Protection District received a special Christmas gift in 2020, as they were not called to a single structure fire for the entire month of December.
The Taney County Commission has committed the county to providing the city of Merriam Woods with up to $25,000 in matching grant funds to be put toward road improvements.
Branson may soon be home to a new Table Rock Lake duck tour.
Firefighters quickly put a stop to a spreading house fire in Branson on New Year’s Eve.
No injuries are being reported after a vehicle crashed, overturned and caught fire on Jan. 2 near Branson.
A second round of economic impact payments (EIP), also commonly referred to as stimulus checks, will soon be seen by the community. In fact, many individuals have already gotten theirs.
An apartment complex that was deemed ‘dangerous’ is receiving some much needed repairs.
Taney County Health Department Director Lisa Marshall went before the Taney County Commission on Dec. 28 to give an update regarding the health department and COVID-19.
It’s a boy. The first baby to be born at Cox Medical Center Branson in 2021 has arrived.
After more than three and a half decades in law enforcement, Taney County Sheriff Jimmie Russell is retiring at the end of this month.
A suspect in the early December shooting death of a man from Crane is now in the custody of the Missouri Department of Corrections for a parole violation.
Healthy foods that taste good are sometimes hard to find.
The Reeds Spring High School Cornerstone class put on its 5th Annual Miracle On Wolf Lane.
With the distribution and administration of the COVID-19 vaccines already well underway in Missouri, the process in Branson is reportedly going quite well.
The weather is cold but a new local business has exactly what Branson needs to get a little warmth.
To remember and honor veterans who were laid to rest at Ozarks Memorial Park Cemetery in Branson, 1,070 wreaths were placed at their headstones.
On Dec. 17 and 18, The Salvation Army in Branson hosted its inaugural Christmas Toy Shop at Our Lady of the Lake Parish Center in Branson for families in Taney County.
Two Taney County Ambulance District Paramedics are being commended for pulling an unconscious driver out of a burning vehicle after it had crashed into a rock bluff.
On Thursday, Dec, 17 the Branson community came together to bear witness as its fire and police departments competed against one another in a game of turkey bowling.
Rockaway Beach Mayor Rex Wood has resigned, just as individuals can file to run in the April election.
Three candidates have filed to run for Branson mayor, and all three are familiar with running for the office.
Riley’s Treasures, in partnership with Caring Community Thrift Store, is now operating the House of Hope Warming Center.
The Salvation Army in Branson is looking into reopening their warming center this winter, but in order to make that happen they’re going to need some assistance from the community.
A fire on the outside of Choices Concert Hall in Branson was quickly extinguished on Tuesday, Dec. 15.
The first COVID-19 vaccines are coming to Cox Medical Center Branson.
The Christmas season is in full swing and a local high school is helping keep the holiday spirit alive.
An illicit massage business in the Branson area was closed and evicted by Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt’s office, through the Hope Initiative, to combat human trafficking.
The Branson Police Department is facing off against the Branson Fire-Rescue Department in one of the greatest games ever played, turkey bowling.
The city of Branson is now officially prepared for the upcoming 2021 legislative session with the adoption of their legislative priorities.