“Ya gotta eat your spinach, baby,” many parents and guardians may have pleaded with their children over generations. One area program is hoping to educate whole families about proper nutrition in fun and simple ways.
For the second year in a row, Hollister Elementary School students will be able to take home books during the summer.
As the school year comes to a close, Branson Board of Education retained its two incumbents Peter Marcellus and Dan Boone with votes of 1,706 and 1,589, defeating Dale Speelman at 1,005.
Forsyth Board of Education gained a new board member, in addition to renewing one incumbent.
Katie and Jamie Cook might be identical 19-year-old twins attending OTC Table Rock, but their differences far outnumber their similarities.
High quality character education was the focus of the First Place Character Education Conference, “A Step Forward in Character Education” at College of the Ozarks on Jan. 29.
REEDS SPRING — The Reeds Spring School District will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for its new middle school at 2 p.m. Feb. 6.
Branson school board voted to add an initiative to the April 2015 ballot that would help Branson students in the Ozarks Technical Community College Table Rock Campus area.
The OTC Foundation has agreed to assist graduates who participated in A+ scholarship programs in area school districts with up to $25,000 in light of an A+ scholarship shortfall.
Good news came to the city of Hollister and Hollister School District on New Year’s Eve as the entities learned that they had been awarded a long-awaited grant to build a sidewalk by the high school.
Ozarks Technical Community College will be open on Saturday, Jan. 10 to assist students with last-minute admissions, enrollment and financial aid processes. Classes for the spring 2015 semester begin Monday, Jan. 12.
The Hollister Area Chamber of Commerce held its last luncheon of 2014 at The Keeter Center Thursday. In addition to the Hollister High School Chamber Singers sharing their melodies, Superintendent Brian Wilson shared that the school board approved the no-tax increase bond issue for the April…
Hollister kindergarten and first-grade students will receive an extra present this year from the First Assembly of God — Branson: A pair of shoes.
The Taney County Ambulance District hosted an event Wednesday, Nov. 19, at the TCAD training room in Hollister to help area students and the community learn about geographic information systems, or GIS.
Branson School District was given the Cenergistic Award for their efforts to minimize their carbon footprint on the environment.
HOLLISTER — The character Charlie Brown and his friends, Lucy, Linus, Schroeder, Patty and Snoopy will come to life in Hollister later this month.