The final reading to vote on a 76 Project has been postponed two meetings in a row (Dec. 10 and Jan. 14).
The 2019 Branson Salvation Army Red Kettle Season may have come to a close, but there are still several ways people can make a difference as volunteers in 2020.
A second opinion comes in more forms than medical advice, in this case it’s city government related.
A group interested in bringing a new church ministry to Branson has invited the community to join them for a special vision worship service on Sunday, Jan. 19 at Lodge of the Ozarks.
Branson Public Schools is welcoming a new assistant superintendent.
Less than a week after departing “Branson’s Famous Baldknobbers,” the folks at Grand Country announced Tim “Droopy Drawers Jr.” Mabe will join longtime Branson favorites Tammy and Tonya Bilyeu for their “Ozarks Gospel” and “Ozarks Country” shows every Sunday during the 2020 season. Both show…
A local favorite, Billy Gail’s Cafe, is reopening soon.
From now until the end of February, Branson area residents in need of a free hot meal will have access to two a week thanks to the continued combined efforts of area churches, organizations, businesses and The Salvation Army.
In just a few months, the wooded lot on Missouri 248, next door to Culver’s in Branson, will become the home of Branson Wash Company.
Hollister Area Chamber of Commerce Chairman John Hagey found himself cold, wet and shivering on Monday after fulfilling a promise to members of the chamber.
A man from Forsyth is killed in a single vehicle crash on Saturday, Jan. 11, in Ozark.
The city of Rockaway Beach is working to continue their rehabilitation of city roadways and are now looking to the Taney County Commissioners for funding assistance.
Cox Medical Center Branson has officially celebrated 70 years.
The Hollister Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting it’s 2nd Annual Jersey’s, Jeans and Jacket’s Bash on Friday, Jan. 17 at the Chateau on the Lake Resort in Branson.
Two new candidates have entered the race for Branson Alderman.
The City of Branson issued forced closure notices earlier this week to three local lodging establishments for failure to have a current business license:
The Branson Centennial Museum in downtown is hosting another edition of “Tuesday Talk,” its monthly event featuring various topics of local historical interest presented by knowledgeable speakers, at 12:30 p.m. Jan. 21.
There has been a lot of chatter about up and coming businesses in Branson.
The Taney County 2020 Budget has been approved. On Monday Jan. 6, the Taney County Commission approved the proposed 2020 budget presented by Taney County Auditor David Clark.
A new business is in town, and they’re committed to helping you reach your health and fitness goals.
The Forsyth Area Chamber of Commerce is celebrating an important anniversary milestone this weekend as it hosts its 50th Annual Membership Gala.
A Kirbyville man is hoping to work with Taney County officials to turn a piece of historical property into a county park.
A local film director made a stand to honor those who lose their lives every day.
The Reeds Spring Police Department has welcomed a new furry addition to their program.
It’s a girl! Cox Branson is excited to welcome its first baby of 2020.
Earlier this year, bladesmith Jo Smith and his family opened the Silver Anvil Metal Craft store at Branson Landing. In addition to custom and restoration work, as well as sharpening services, Smith and the Silver Anvil crew also allow regular folks to forge their own blade.
The Taney County Commission approved an amendment to a funding agreement between the county and the city of Rockaway Beach for it’s Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility Capital Improvements Project.
After months of physical and mental training, the newest and furriest member of the Branson Police Department was recognized during a badge-pinning ceremony Dec. 20 at the Branson City Hall.
Ten Hollister teachers graduated from Lindenwood University with a master’s in education.
A man from Crane has been charged with first- and second-degree felony domestic assault following a shooting incident on Dec. 26. in northern Stone County.
A woman from Mississippi suffered serious injuries on Dec. 29 when she she exited a parking lot tram as it was moving at Silver Dollar City.
Nearly one year ago, Amy Strahan took office as the newly elected Taney County Circuit Clerk, and since that time she has strived to keep her office working efficiently for the county.
From Branson to Dallas and possibly Branson to Hollywood, ‘Branson’s Dynamic Disc Dog Duo’ has successfully completed their audition for America’s Got Talent.
A man was sentenced to seven years for an assault committed in Branson in 2018.
Troop 789 held a Court of Honor to present nine area boys who have earned their Eagle Scout rank.
The fourth annual Miracle on Wolf Lane was hosted by the Reeds Spring High School Cornerstone class on Saturday, Dec. 21.
People from the Branson community promoted holiday joy by delivering gifts to 250 local seniors for the 4th annual Adopt-A-Senior.
The Taney County Regional Sewer District held a groundbreaking ceremony on Dec. 17 at the Hollister Waste Water Treatment Facility to celebrate the official construction launch of their Turkey Creek and Ridgedale Sewer Projects.
The Taney County Regional Sewer District Board of Trustees approved a resolution to adopt a new masterplan at their meeting on Dec. 17.
Organizers for the 2nd Annual Branson Con, set for the Welk Resort in Branson March 6-8, 2020, have been announcing guests for the past several months, and recently confirmed actor and author Kevin Sorbo will headline the event.
The village of Kirbyville is gearing up to make a big change to its small town.
The Hollister Tiger Designer Genes Basketball Team is getting prepared to take the court for the first time this season.
There will be at least one race for a seat in Branson.
Zoning, pertaining to uses, in the Branson Municipal Code is getting an update.
The city of Branson employee of the month for December was awarded to Rick Ivey, maintenance worker with the Parks & Recreation Department.
The Forsyth School District is officially changing to a four-day school week next year.
Forsyth has a new mayor.
The old Kirby VanBurch theater is the new home to Bloom Church, which was previously located at the Branson Meadows.
Taneyhills Community Library officials returned to the Taney County Commission on Dec. 16 to follow-up on their request for financial assistance from the county.
Faith Community Health will be using the force this Thursday as they host their 2nd Biennial Star Wars Fundraiser at the Branson Meadows Cinema.
Members of the State of the Ozarks community are coming together on Friday, Dec. 20 to host a Holiday Pop-Up Shop at Stafford’s Barber Shop in Downtown Branson.