In an effort to better serve those without transportation during the COVID-19 pandemic, The Branson Loop Shuttle Service is offering free rides to select destinations in the Branson area.
A Greene County resident who visited Branson March 12-14 has tested positive for COVID-19. The Communicable Disease Investigation Team at the Taney County Health Department is trying to determine who all might have been exposed, according to a statement from the Taney County Health Department.
The Stone County Health Department (SCHD) reported the second confirmed case of COVID-19 in Stone County on March 31.
A Harviell, Missouri man, who attempted to evade law enforcement by swimming out into Table Rock Lake following a vehicle pursuit, is now in custody.
It’s 2020, and that means it’s a census year.
As the global COVID-19 pandemic rages on, the Branson Adoration Parade Committee is doing what they can to provide area residents with a light in this time of darkness.
The annexation of the property at 3855 Fall Creek Rd. that is planned to become an affordable housing development has been postponed on its final reading again.
More than 2 million gallons of liquid swine manure that once resided at the C & H Hog Farm in Mt. Judea, Arkansas, now has a new home. Taney County.
A Hollister business woman is making masks to help fill a need in the community.
The Stone County Health Department has reported its first confirmed case of COVID-19.
The Taney County Health Department is investigating a case of COVID-19 in a Branson healthcare worker.
The city of Forsyth has issued a stay-at-home order that is punishable by a fine of $199 or by imprisonment of up to 10 days. The new ordinance, which only allows residence to leave their homes for essential activity goes into effect at 12:01 a.m. Sunday.
Taney County has its second confirmed case of COVID-19.
The Taney County Commission on Friday issued a joint resolution, after consulting with other entities in Taney County, for a unified set of emergency recommendations in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The city of Branson has now added outdoor golf courses and golf facilities as “essential business” in Branson.
State of the Ozarks is now taking submissions from local writers for its annual Writers/Artists Night, which is being held on Friday, June 19 at Vintage Paris in Hollister.
Three area Rotary Clubs are joining forces to assist two local nonprofit food pantries.
The Forsyth Board of Aldermen have voted to support a Joint Resolution and Proclamation of Emergency for Taney County.
The city of Kimberling City is the latest of many area municipalities to pass a proclamation declaring of a state of emergency in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
On the 50th anniversary of his death, family, friends and community leaders all gathered together to honor the memory of Ridgedale resident Gary Stacey with a memorial highway dedication ceremony on March 20.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, and the effect it has had on public gatherings, the Salvation Army in Branson has had to get creative in order to continue providing their food pantry services to the community.
In a join announcement issued Wednesday by several area school district, officials have decided to keep schools closed through April 24.
A city of Branson department is offering pick-up and delivery for the at-risk population in the Branson community.
The Branson Police Department announced Wednesday it has established an online reporting system to allow certain incidents.
Governor Mike Parson has requested the approval of a federal major disaster declaration for the entire state of Missouri.
While their odditoriums and other attractions have closed to the public due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the folks at Ripley’s Believe It or Not are striving to still provide unique experiences that people of all ages can enjoy.
Since learning of the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in Taney County, area residents have turned to the Taney County Health Department for answers.
The Forsyth Board of Alderman passed an ordinance establishing fee increases for the city’s potable drinking water and sanitary sewer services.
While the 46th Judicial Circuit Court of Taney County remains open, they, like many courts across the country, have had to make changes to their daily operations.
The Branson Police Department has received approval from the city’s aldermen to apply for three grants to work on targeted campaigns in the city of Branson.
Branson aldermen voted Monday to restrict non-essential businesses, limit the size of public and social gatherings and require social distancing.
Taney County has it’s first confirmed case of COVID-19.
The Taney County Commission has declared a State of Emergency for Taney County.
The Branson-area theme park Silver Dollar City issued a press release Monday stating that officials anticipate the park will open to the public in May.
CoxHealth issued new guidelines for visitors, to go into effect Monday, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Missouri Governor Mike Parson has ordered all Missourians to avoid all social gatherings of 10 or more people. The order goes into effect at 12:01 Monday morning, and will last until April 6 unless extended.
Hollister Mayor David Tate issued a declaration of a state of emergency in response to the COVD-19 pandemic.
Stone County has joined other government entities in issuing a declaration of state of emergency due to the COVID-19 virus.
Forsyth has a new police chief.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Branson Tri-Lakes News wants to ensure the safety of its customers and employees. With that in mind, the newspaper’s offices are now closed to the public indefinitely.
The city of Forsyth is the latest to declare a state of emergency in response to the COVID-19 virus.
In this time of uncertainty, and with the news changing every day, The Branson Tri-Lakes News wants to make sure you are receiving all the information you need during this challenging time.
With all the closures happening around Branson to combat the spread of COVID-19, the city of Branson decided to close some doors to the public.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, Altice USA is offering free internet access to all students who are currently without home internet services.
The city of Branson posted an FAQ on its website to help clarify its new COVID-19 related restrictions:
The Branson aldermen have passed an ordinance to limit public gatherings, effective immediately, to limit the spread of COVID-19 within the city of Branson.
The Hollister School District has announced plans to offer free meal distribution for students starting on Sunday, March 22 and device distribution for students on Monday, March 23.
The Taneyhills Library is offering new services to help meet the needs of the community during COVID-19 related closures.
The Taney County Health Department is encouraging anyone who that has traveled outside of the area to self-quarantine themselves.
Due to extended closure, Reeds Spring School District will be offering a free drive-through meal program.
Branson Parks & Recreation, among many other entities in the Branson area, are also seeing closures and cancellations.