The city of Hollister is asking the community to ‘Pass the Boot’ virtually to get donations for the 68th Annual Hollister Fireworks display.
The mural on Downing Street in downtown Hollister is finished.
Pzazz restaurant, a name that many locals and tourists will recognize, is back as the granddaughter of the original owner and her business partner continues the family legacy with Pzazz on the Point.
As outdoor activities continue in popularity the city of Branson is looking to improve on the outdoor experience by improving on the 17.83 miles of trail in the area.
A Harrison woman is in serious condition and facing felony drug charges after a single vehicle crash Friday night.
The Southern Stone County Fire Protection District had a busy Saturday as firefighters were called to two fires within 30 minutes of each other.
A carnival for all ages featuring games, food, face painting, prizes and more will be hosted in Forsyth for the Taney County community.
Taney County Animal Control has taken in nearly 50 chihuahuas since June 7 after someone dumped the animals across the Tri-Lakes area.
Eleven people were injured when a shuttle bus and a car collided 6 miles south of Hollister in the early morning hours of Monday.
The Artists in Motion Dance Studio will be hosting a variety of dance classes and camps this summer for youth of all ages to gain awareness and instill a passion for the arts.
CoxHealth’s Family Medicine and Obstetrics clinic will be resuming walk-in hours for established patients.
Multiple units responded to a call regarding an injured rider at The Branson Coaster on Sunday evening.
Captain Linda McCormick, with The Salvation Army Branson, is being transferred to her new location in Fort Dodge, Iowa, at the end of June.
Attorneys for College of the Ozarks asked the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for another injunction over an executive order.
Hollister now has a new building to house its police and public works department.
Sports and outdoors are a prominent aspect of the Ozarks.
Jamie Rouch, director of finance, presented the city of Branson’s first quarter financial update at the June 8 Branson Board of Aldermen meeting.
The Forsyth Library recently started its 2021 Summer Reading Program called My Book and Me.
The Forsyth Farmers Market Local Harvest will be hosting a Cruise In Car Show, featuring a variety of transportation vehicles for the public to view.
A local flower farm will be hosting weekend markets, allowing creators to showcase and sell their work while families enjoy a peaceful morning on the farm.
A retiring food service director was honored with a special award for her dedication and care of students.
Forsyth High School’s Class of 2021 recently enjoyed a momentous Project Graduation, all thanks to the Forsyth community’s donations.
The Copperhead Mountain Coaster at Shepherd of the Hills has officially welcomed its first drivers and riders.
The public is invited to a concert experience in the park series in Hollister, where it can enjoy nature while listening to classical musicians play a classical selection.
The first case of the India variant of COVID-19 has been confirmed in Stone County.
With the help of a simple Branson Municipal Code change, visiting performers’ recreational vehicles will finally be allowed to park overnight in a theater’s parking lot. Parking in theater parking lots overnight is currently not allowed in city code, however the passage of this ordinance on …
Branson Mayor Larry Milton provided more information to help clear misconceptions regarding the ‘mayor committees’ he announced at the May 25 Branson Board of Aldermen meeting.
The Stone County Developmental Disability Board received their Medicaid provider contract and began services under the contract on June 1.
Gaelic athletic clubs from across the Midwest converged on Branson, giving spectators a chance to watch two different Gaelic sports being played.
The city of Branson’s “Service and Excellence” Employee of the Month award recognizes employees who have gone above and beyond and whose performance exemplifies the city of Branson’s values.
The Track Family Fun Parks and Fruition Partners have formed a new partnership.
A vehicle crashed into an apartment building on Wednesday, June 9, in Branson.
Shoals Bend Park in Forsyth is receiving new updates and construction to offer an alternative option for summer fun, in lieu of the continuous flooding at Shadowrock Park in Forsyth.
The Forsyth Board of Aldermen recently voted to eliminate the park board and place its responsibilities back on the aldermen.
National Law Enforcement Week begins Saturday, June 12, to recognize and honor the men and women who have or are currently serving the community.
The Taney County Health Department recently reported an uptick in COVID-19 cases since mask mandates and social distancing requirements were lifted on April 16.
Hong Kong Buffet in Branson reopened its dining room after a year of it being closed.
A discount store, originally located in Rogersville, has found its new home in Forsyth.
The public is invited to picnic in the park while being surrounded by art and world class music.
A demolition derby featuring cars, lawn mowers and kids power wheels is coming to Forsyth for a night of family fun.
Stone County residents and workers are being asked for their opinions on what they think are the most important issues facing the county’s economic growth.
New beginnings are inevitable, here at the Branson Tri-Lakes News that is no exception as Sales and Marketing Manager Mandy Farrow prepares to take the helm of long-time employee and General Manager Robert Erickson.
The Branson/Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce & CVB hosted the State of the State Luncheon to help provide the community with some much needed legislative information.
The sixth annual Run for a Vet race sponsored by Branson Veterans of America will return to Branson in June.
Medical marijuana is officially available in Branson.
Residents of Kimberling City shared their concerns, opinions and at times outrage over a rezoning proposal at the public hearing held by the city on Tuesday, June 1.
The Missouri Department of Conservation will host a day of fishing and fun in Branson.
The June 1 public hearing on proposed zoning changes in Kimberling City saw 11 residents take to the podium to speak, in addition to several members of the public who commented from their seats.
A local art organization will host four summer art camps for area children to break from the doldrums of summer.
A livestock show in Forsyth, hosted by the University of Missouri Extension, will give youth an opportunity to show their agricultural projects and raise awareness for the importance of agriculture.
A new business, owned and operated by a local farmer, is open to help fulfill the needs of rural farmers in the Crane area.