Cox Medical Center Branson has announced they will be providing all of their staff with a safety button on their tracer tags after assaults on staff by patients tripled in the last year.
While the Branson city financial team has been able to find ways to reduce the overall general fund deficit for the projected 2022 budget from the $1.2 million reported at the August city Finance Committee meeting, they were still over $400,000 in deficit territory for the general fund as of…
The Western Taney County Fire Protection District responded to a 911 call Monday, Sept. 20, at approximately 10 a.m. after a report of smoke inside the Country Mart grocery store, located in Hollister.
The Western Taney County Fire Protection District were called out to a burning car near gas pumps at the Rapid Roberts location on Laurel Road in Ridgedale on Friday, Sept. 17.
The founder of Bass Pro Shops has been honored as one of Missouri’s greatest citizens.
The Forsyth Chamber of Commerce will be hosting Forsyth’s Harvest Moon Festival this weekend.
College of the Ozarks was chosen as the No. 1 Most Innovative School in the Midwest and the No. 1 Best Value School in the Midwest.
The Stone County Fair on the Square returns to Galena this weekend.
Reeds Spring High School announced its Homecoming court. The Homecoming Football game will take place on Thursday, Sept. 23.
The Reeds Spring High School will celebrate Homecoming on Thursday, Sept. 23.
Downtown Hollister welcomed musicians, crafters, artists, dancers, historians and cosplayers fill Historic Downing Street on Saturday, Sept. 18, as the 5th Annual State of the Ozarks Fest returned.
The Kimberling City Police Committee had their regularly scheduled quarterly meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 14, which included a public discussion followed by a closed session.
Another hat has been thrown into the 7th District Congressional race’s ring.
An audit of Taney County’s financial for 2020 has returned an unmodified or “clean” report. This means the auditor feels the county has fairly presented its financial statements in accordance with the cash basis of accounting.
The City of Branson is returning to their old format for the Fall Clean-Up.
A special event at Branson Landing on Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021, will help raise both funds and awareness of autism in the community.
Women across Taney County are going to have an opportunity to relive prom night.
Branson Mayor Larry Milton has proclaimed the week of Sept. 17 through 23 as “Constitution Week” in the city of Branson.
A small group of Branson Bank employees had the opportunity to take their day to new heights as they participated in tethered hot air balloon rides on Tuesday, Sept. 14.
Branson Tri-Lakes News, in partnership with Community Blood Center of the Ozarks, is hosting a blood drive in Hollister on Wednesday, Sept. 22.
Shepherd of the Hills Humane Society asking anyone who has adopted a pet from them, that has changed their life for the better, to share their story for a chance to earn money to help the shelter.
The Tri-Lakes Board of Realtors and Community Outreach Committee are hosting the 2nd annual Trivia Night fundraiser in support of the Good Neighbors Fund.
A new business in Branson West is centered on providing customers access to medical cannabis.
Branson High School's Homecoming Queen candidates Court have been announced.
CoxHealth is warning residents that a phone scam is currently taking place throughout the Ozarks.
A second arrest has been made in the abuse and prostitution case involving two disabled victims in Forsyth.
Taney County officials have announced the dates of their Fall Clean-Up 2021.
The Great Colleges to Work For program announced Ozark Technical Community College has been named to their list of best colleges.
Cox Medical Center Branson staff will be releasing on Thursday a special recorded video where top staff talk about the COVID-19 vaccine and answer questions taken from the public through the hospital’s social media channels.
Fall is in the air and that means it is time for Branson’s annual Autumn Daze Festival.
The resignation of an entire police department in a Stone County town continues to draw national attention.
Downtown Hollister will see musicians, crafters, artists, dancers, historians, cosplayers, food and more on Saturday, Sept. 18, as the 5th Annual State of the Ozarks Fest returns.
The Powerboat Nationals were back at the Branson Landing Saturday, Sept. 11 and Sunday, Sept. 12. The ProTunnel 2 and Hydro-Cross racing of Powerboat Nationals' ran round #4 of the 2021 Branson Grand Prix Series. The races ran noon to 5 p.m. each day.
Drug Free Ozarks in collaboration with the recovery support organizations in this area will be hosting a Recovery Jamboree to celebrate National Recovery Month.
Branson Landing hosted the Lifted Truck Nationals 2021 presented by American Force Wheels on Saturday, Sept. 11. The parade featured hundreds of lifted trucks as they drove in front of the fountains.
The Missouri Department of Conservation invites members of the public to enjoy a walk through the woods while learning nature journaling.
Today, September 11, 2021, marks 20 years since 2,977 Americans lost their lives in the Al-Qaeda terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, Pentagon, and attempted attack on the U.S. Capitol that was thwarted by passengers on United Airlines Flight 93, which crashed in a field near Shanksv…
When Yakov Smirnoff walked into the offices of the Branson Star Theatre on September 11, 2001, he had no idea his life and the world was about to change.
Of the 2,977 victims killed in the September 11, 2001 attacks, 412 were emergency workers, 409 men and three women, in New York City who responded to the World Trade Center including 343 firefighters of the New York City Fire Department, 37 police officers with the Port Authority of New York…
The terrorist attacks of September 11, was hard for most adults to comprehend, let alone a child.
A 9/11 Fireman’s jacket is on display at the Branson Veterans Memorial Museum. The following information is with the display.
The tragic events of September 11, 2001 are now pieces of American history being taught in our classrooms around the country.
EDITOR’S NOTE: The following story contains material that may be disturbing for some readers. Reader discretion is advised.
The executive director of Faith Community Health has resigned.
Branson and Hollister High School juniors and seniors with an interest in a healthcare career are being given a unique opportunity to explore the medical field thanks to a new program involving OTC Table Rock’s EMT program.
The Branson Parks & Recreation Department is taking reservations for their second semi-annual Kid’s Garage Sale, which will take place on Saturday, Sept. 18, at the Branson RecPlex.
The entire police department of Kimberling City turned in their resignations, leaving citizens concerned about why.
Reeds Spring School District will host an event where the superintendent will discuss how the district has been spending the Prop RS tax dollars and the achievements the district has been able to accomplish.
Branson High School Homecoming week will begin Monday, Sept. 13.
A student in Reeds Spring School District won a statewide essay contest.
The Branson Board of Aldermen received a presentation at their Aug. 24, 2021 meeting from Finance Director Jamie Rouch with the city’s 2nd quarter financial report.