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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. 

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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.

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The Southern Stone County Fire Protection District had a busy Saturday as firefighters were called to two fires within 30 minutes of each other. 

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Eleven people were injured when a shuttle bus and a car collided 6 miles south of Hollister in the early morning hours of Monday. 

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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. 

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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 …

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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.

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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.

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National Law Enforcement Week begins Saturday, June 12, to recognize and honor the men and women who have or are currently serving the community.

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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. 

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    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.

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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. 

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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.