The Branson Board of Aldermen have been experiencing instances that have prevented the city from moving forward on well known issues.
The public is invited to join the Forsyth Area Chamber of Commerce as they celebrate the holiday season with an entire day of family-friendly events at the 2019 Christmas Palooza on Saturday, Dec. 14.
The Forsyth R-III School District could be going to a four-day school week next year.
A federal judge ordered the dismissal of several court cases last month connected to the July 2018 sinking of a Ride the Ducks vessel into Table Rock Lake that killed 17 of the 31 people on board.
The Taney County Regional Sewer District hosted a public meeting on Dec. 3 at Hollister City Hall, where attending residents were introduced to a new proposed updated masterplan.
First Baptists Church of Branson is hosting the 10th Annual Christmas Bash from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7th at the First Baptist Church Life Center.
A woman charged with murder in Stone County pleaded not guilty Monday.
Area residents are invited to participate in a different kind of Christmas celebration with the 3rd Annual KrampusNacht and December First Friday Art Walk on Dec. 6. in Hollister.
In just a few days, candidates can begin filing for the April municipal elections, which kicks off the 2020 election season.
Benefit the Badge is gearing up to host its final two fundraisers of 2019.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have announced the meeting dates for the recently created Table Rock Lake Oversight Committee.
The Branson Tri-Lakes News has previously published a story about the upcoming road-name changes involving Missouri 76; however, it seems appropriate to include this reminder from the Missouri Department of Transportation, including a map.
Skaggs Foundation has received a grant to supply funding for fuel cards to benefit cancer patients facing transportation challenges.
A Hollister High School student has been chosen as a National Afterschool Youth Ambassador to represent the state of Missouri.
The Brook Wellness Center in Branson is turning to the community for assistance this holiday season as they strive to give the children of their clients a merry Christmas.
The case of a woman accused of murdering a man in Stone County has now been bound over to circuit court.
On Dec. 4, 1956, Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis, through fate and circumstance, found themselves at Sun Records in Memphis, Tennessee, resulting in a legendary happening called “The Million Dollar Quartet.” On Thursday, Dec. 5, 2019 – 63 years and one day later …
The Missouri Department of Transportation is temporarily closing three Taney County roads next month to replace deteriorating drain pipes.
“Jammin’ for Jesus,” a monthly event designed to feature gospel music, as well as serve as a fundraiser, is set for Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Branson Famous Theater, 645 South State Highway 165.
The Branson-Hollister Lions Club is celebrating its 65th Anniversary this month.
Strategic Planning Committee Meetings will be conducted by the Reeds Spring R-IV School District on December 2-4 at the First Baptist Church of Kimberling City’s East Campus, 116 Heaven’s Way in Kimberling City.
A Southern Stone County Fire Department Lieutenant was injured this afternoon (Nov. 27), when the water tanker truck he was operating overturned while he was en route to a house fire in Cape Fair.
The regular Board of Aldermen meeting on Tuesday ended abruptly when two aldermen stood up and vacated their seats.
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt announced in a press conference the results of a statewide inventory of all untested sexual assault kits as part of his SAFE Kits Initiative.
The Taney County Regional Sewer District is hosting a public meeting on Dec. 3 at Hollister City Hall to introduce the public to a proposed updated masterplan.
The Missouri Department of Transportation has reopened the Beaver Creek bridge, near Kissee Mills, in time for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Efforts are underway to repair the Beaver Creek Bridge, near Kissee Mills, which was recently closed by the Missouri Department of Transportation due to major deterioration to the support structure of the bridge.
A woman accused of murdering a man in Stone County last week was in court Friday, and her bond was set at $500,000.
Friday afternoon at 5 p.m., KOZL 27 will give locals the chance to see the “Branson Christmas Music Show Special,” a TV show highlighting Christmas shows in Branson, which will be broadcast across the United States this holiday season.
Jesus Was Homeless is hosting its 12th annual Love Your Neighbors Thanksgiving Day Dinner on Nov. 28 from 5:30-8 p.m. at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church Parish at 203 Vaughn Road in Branson.
The Taneyhills Library Club was one of 15 recipients to receive the 2019 Stanley & Elaine Ball Foundation Grant.
The official kick-off to the annual holiday food eating season is almost here, meaning many turkeys will head into ovens in the coming week.
Tuesday night on NBC, local residents will get the opportunity to catch longtime Branson resident and country music favorite Buck Trent as he joins Country Music Hall of Famer Dolly Parton as she celebrates “50 Years at the Opry.”
Area residents are invited to help Kimberling City kick-off it’s Christmas season at the annual Hometown Holiday Parade and the all-new Cookies and Cocoa with Santa on Saturday, Dec. 7.
Potential approval to put a use tax back on the ballot for approval by Branson citizens has become a topic of discussion once again.
This Christmas season the Branson Parks and Recreation Department is putting on its fourth Adopt-A-Senior program.
The Table Rock Lake Chamber of Commerce honored individuals and organizations at its annual Lake Splash event Nov. 15.
Patrol Officers with the Forsyth Police Department are getting another raise this year.
Eddie Coleman has resigned as the Mayor of Forsyth.
A woman from Reeds Spring has been charged with felony 1st degree murder for the death of a Stone County man.
A man from Kimberling City was killed on Nov. 17, in an ATV crash in Stone County.
A 74-year-old man was found dead Saturday, and a woman is in custody at the Stone County Jail awaiting formal charges for that and a house fire.
Former Arkansas Governor and two-time presidential candidate Mike Huckabee riveted hundreds of attendees when he spoke Thursday night at the annual Thanks4Giving Gala fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Club of the Ozarks.
For the sixth time, bills regarding the 76 Project were brought before the aldermen at Tuesday’s meeting and failed to get the four necessary votes to pass their final reading.
Continuing with its yearly mission to keep Christ in Christmas, the 71st Annual Branson Adoration Parade and Nativity Scene Lighting will return to Downtown Branson again this year, but a week later than in most years.
As deer hunting season is once again upon us, the Lake Taneycomo Elks Lodge 2597 in Forsyth is once again collecting deer hide donations for their National Service Commission Veterans Leather Program.
A bridge between Branson and Hollister will be reduced to one lane on Tuesday, Nov. 19 for a routine safety inspection.
Taney County has confirmed their first case of the flu this season.
City of Branson Employee of the Month for November 2019 was presented to Marsha Fulton, the Parks & Recreation office specialist, by Alderman Bob Simmons.
A bill amending chapter 6 as it relates to microbreweries passed its first reading by the Branson Board of Aldermen.
The Taneyhills Community Library in Branson completed their quest to name the bookworm that resides in the children’s library.