Missouri’s Lieutenant Governor visited Branson earlier this week to show his support of a gas tax increase that would fund state law enforcement and maintenance for highways, bridges, roads and streets.
At least one business owner is not happy with a comment about the theater industry made by a Branson city official in a recent Branson Tri-Lakes News story.
The city of Branson is planning for a rainy day in the development of a city-wide stormwater master plan.
Greetings my Loyal Reader(s), and welcome to the latest edition of the Branson Beat, your home for all the news on the Branson entertainment scene.
This weekend’s edition of “Branson Country USA,” set for 10:30 p.m. Friday at the Grand Country Music Hall, will feature Ricochet frontman and “Raising the Country Vault” headliner Heath Wright, as well as Kelly and Dean Church from the Showboat Branson Belle.
Friday night, the Americana Theatre is set to host the annual Brammy Awards, the only peer-voted awards in Branson. In addition to being a star-studded ceremony, all proceeds will benefit the local charity, Gold Star Family Inn.
An undefeated season for the Reeds Spring football team ended Friday, as the No. 7 Wolves dropped a 17-14 decision to Springfield Catholic on homecoming.
Throughout the week of practice leading up to Friday night’s game against Joplin, Branson High School football coach Anthony Hays and his staff was concerned.
The Branson High School girls’ tennis team continued its surge to the postseason, recording dual-meet victories over Joplin on Monday and Carthage on Tuesday.
Labor Day is over.
School is back in session, and that means teachers are back at their jobs. Everyone reading this should feel good about it.
It’s been a couple of weeks since Missourians went to the polls to decide primary candidates, as well as a few other issues.