Independence Day brings many events to the Branson area, and many of them are free and open to the public. Here are a few places to go if you’re looking for food, fireworks and fun this year.
A Branson man is charged with three felonies after stealing items from, and causing damage to, a head shop.
Looking to celebrate the two-year anniversary of the Branson Ferris Wheel, Boomapalooza is headed to Branson on June 29.
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Earlier this year, a trio of brothers took over operations at the Outback Steak & Oyster Bar, the Legendary Outback Pub and the Outback Roadhouse Motel & Suites. As a way to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the restaurant, and 20th anniversary of the pub, the new owners recently ann…
The 2018 Branson Elvis Festival was the biggest and most successful in the event’s 12 year history, and earlier this week, organizers made an announcement that insured the 2019 edition, set for April 11-14, 2019, would be the biggest one yet. The folks at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Thea…
This past school year featured several new faces on the area sports scene.
Branson High School’s soccer season ended a month ago with a loss to Republic in the Class 4 District 11 semifinals.
If you could go back in time and tell the Ryan Still from January of this year how his senior track and field season would end up, he’d have a response at the ready.
Summer is here.
I’m going to start by making one of the least controversial statements I can think of:
Unless you’ve been taking a break from the ol’ Branson Tri-Lakes News over the last few weeks, you already know “The Janet Ellis Benefit Spectacular: She Lost Her Hair, But Not Her Flair” show was held last week at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater.