Some of the candidates seeking to replace Billy Long as Missouri’s 7th District Congressional Representative met with members of the Taney County Republicans on Friday, May 6, in Forsyth.
The 2022 Branson High School Graduation ceremony was held on Friday, May 13, at Pirate Stadium.
The Freedom Boat Club of Missouri held a grand opening and ribbon cutting to kick-off their 2022 boating season.
The Shepherd of the Hills Conservation Center is hosting a virtual event to teach attendees to paint the Missouri’s state amphibian.
Reeds Spring High School had a great showing at the Big 8 Conference Art Show.
Taney County will remain entirely within the 7th Congressional District after last minute passage of a map in the Missouri State Senate if Missouri Governor Mike Parson approves the bill.
Hollister School District recently honored its 2022 faculty and staff retirees.
Southern Stone County can feel safer with the opening of the highly anticipated Southern Stone County Fire Protection District Fire Station No. 2 in Kimberling City.
Taney County residents who wish to learn more about the candidates for the Republican County Clerk nomination in August, or the Associate Circuit Judge nomination, can hear from the candidates at an event on Thursday, May 19, in Forsyth.
Southern Missouri Arts will host a creating event for a once-a-year worldwide art hunt.
(Note: This is part two of a two-part story following a sit-down interview with State Rep. Brian Seitz. Part one can be found on our website.)
The Missouri Department of Agriculture announced they are accepting applications for a program to provide grants to school districts with agricultural programs.
The Missouri House of Representatives passed a bill requiring all Missouri residents to present a photo ID in order to vote, sending the measure to Governor Mike Parson for his signature.
Casting a rod is one of the keys to lure the perfect catch when fly fishing.
The Armstrong McDonald School of Nursing at College of the Ozarks held its 13th Annual Pinning and Blessing Ceremony.
Hollister School District teachers continue their education.
Kirbyville School District is home to the state’s newest Director of the Year for the Missouri School Nutrition Association.
Kimberling City Administrator Jerry Harman has resigned his position.
(Note: This is part one of a two-part story following a sit-down interview with State Rep. Brian Seitz.)
One of the four people charged in the extreme abuse of a Stone County child has pleaded guilty and will be heading to state prison.
One person is dead after a fire in the early morning hours of Tuesday, May 10, near Branson.
The Branson Board of Aldermen voted May 10, to take the next step forward in the construction of the city’s fourth fire station.
Missouri’s U.S. Senators have worked to get veterans back a special honor in Washington, D.C.
The skies over Hollister will once again host aerobatics performances for families to enjoy while attending a benefit for the Boys and Girls Club of the Ozarks.
The College of the Ozarks broadcast newsroom, The Point, and its student journalists were recently recognized for their work by the Society of Professional Journalists and Missouri Broadcast Educators Association.
Reeds Spring High School will host a blood drive in partnership with the Community Blood Center of the Ozarks.
Hollister Schools recognized outgoing board members with the Community Spotlight Award.
The Branson Veterans Memorial Garden is working on the final phases of the garden thanks to a grant and donations.
The City of Branson has released the final separation agreement with former City Administrator Stan Dobbins.
The security team at Cox Medical Center Branson is always alert for the emergency needs of all men, women, and waterfowl that explore the campus.
The owners of a Branson area restaurant have been fined by the U.S. Department of Labor for not paying workers during their short breaks.
Judge Tiffany Yarnell announced in April she would be running for reelection for the Associate Circuit Judge for Division 1 in Taney County bench.
A number of local elected officials and candidates have released statements over the leak of the alleged draft copy of a Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade.
Missouri Governor Mike Parson declared May 6, 2022 as “Law Enforcement Appreciation Day” across the state, and several local officials took the opportunity to praise their community and its law enforcement agencies.
A Branson High School Art teacher is gaining regional recognition as the featured illustrator for May for the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators.
Two people were killed in a two vehicle crash on Friday, May 6, four miles north of Branson West.
The Branson Tri-Lakes News is once again welcoming Community Blood Center of the Ozarks to their offices in Hollister for a blood drive on Wednesday, May 11.
Missouri Governor Mike Parson visited Gibson Technical Center in Reeds Spring.
The College of the Ozarks National English Honors Society members attended the Sigma Tau Delta 2022 Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, from March 30 to April 2.
The Reeds Spring Primary School is getting a much needed renovation and expansion, thanks to the recent bond issue passed by voters.
The Reeds Spring Board of Education has a new member.
Ozarks nature lovers anticipating the opening of Ozark Mountain State Park will still be watching the same patch of land near the Ruth and Paul Henning Conservation Area, but the park will have a different name.
The 21st Annual Ozark Mountain Prayer Breakfast was held Thursday, May 5, at the Branson Convention Center in downtown Branson.
The Branson Board of Aldermen and Mayor Larry Milton have appointed a number of community members and aldermen to city boards.
A Billings man awaiting sentencing in Stone County for child sex crimes has been charged on a new child sex crime case.
A new member has been elected to the Taney County Health Department Board of Trustees.
Camp Lookout will be offering a week-long summer camp for Stone and Taney County children.
The City of Branson honored their IT network administrator as the city’s April 2022 Employee of the Month.
The city of Branson’s Fire Rescue Department replaced two Outdoor Warning Sirens.
Branson police officials are warning the public about a scam involving fake calls that appear to be coming from the department.
Two Hollister High School juniors are finalists in a contest on cool things made in the Ozarks with a product that started as a science fair project.