With the one-year anniversary of the 2017 flood events on the horizon, Branson received financial compensation from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
A Merriam Woods teen has been accused of crawling into the open window of a home, attacking the 81-year-old woman who lived there until she went limp, and then taking off with the woman’s purse.
A Ridgedale man is in jail after being accused of stabbing his girlfriend.
The Duttons, one of Branson’s most popular entertaining families, will now be the subject of a new RFD-TV series called “The Duttons Through the Years,” set to begin airing in March.
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This weekend’s edition of “Branson Country USA,” set for 10:30 p.m. Friday at the Grand Country Music Hall, will feature Jak, Owen, Curtis, Lynn, Barry and Kevin Knudsen, also known as “Six,” who headline their own show at the Hughes Brothers Theatre.
The College of the Ozarks men’s basketball team inched closer to the magical 20-victory mark and built momentum for the postseason on Tuesday night, collecting an 85-70 victory over Crowley’s Ridge College.
Blue Eye High School girls’ basketball coach Ken Elfrink had a simple message after the Lady Bulldogs closed out the regular season on Monday night.
Asa Baker has his future all mapped out.
Frontier, a Denver-based airlines, is returning to Branson Airport in June.
Critics, both Democrats and Republicans, have been taking potshots at the 45th president since he won the election over Hilliary Rodham Clinton on Nov. 8, 2016. Donald J. Trump has been tweeting, pushing back and just simply doing the job he said he would for the American people (without pay).
Finally, something good is happening in Washington, D.C. No, not the senate passage of a tax bill. Certainly not the lighting of the Congressional Christmas tree. And, certainly not the resignations of Rep. John Conyers and Sen. Al Franken, although both needed to go.