Aldi is opening in Branson on Nov. 4.
The city of Branson is one vote away from getting reimbursed by Taney County for expenses from Phase 1 of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
The city of Branson has received permission to seek funding for flood protection for the Compton Drive Wastewater Treatment Plant located along Lake Taneycomo.
Elevate Branson’s new sensory room is officially open.
Approximately five acres and a garage was destroyed following an Oct. 17 brush and structure fire in Cape Fair.
A vacant house was destroyed in a fire on Friday, Oct. 17 in Hollister.
Former Branson Mayor Karen Best has announced her intent to once again run for the Mayor of Branson in the April 2021 election.
The “Old High School” property, located at 300 S. 6th St. in Downtown Branson has an interested buyer.
The city of Branson’s October employee of the month award was presented to Utilities Office Assistant Stephanie Crawford.
A proposed affordable housing development at 325 Wildwood Drive, parallel to the Tanger Outlets, received unanimous support from the Branson aldermen.
On Oct. 7 the installation of the greatly-anticipated Giant Pacific Octopus, that will wrap around the front of Aquarium at the Boardwalk, began.
A topic of discussion at the Board of Aldermen meeting was 2021 water and sewer rates.
A man from Arkansas drowned in Table Rock Lake on Oct. 14.
NOTE: This story has been updated to include comments from the aldermen meeting:
On Saturday, Oct. 17, the Kimberling City Elks Lodge 2505 is hosting a Car and Motorcycle Show fundraiser in Stone County.
Hollister Schools’ 7th grade math class got a glimpse inside Missouri’s manufacturing world.
The Knights of Columbus Council 7588, out of Kimberling City, has once again started their annual Tootsie Roll Drive.
A hot topic for the city of Branson made another appearance, this time at the Branson Planning Commission meeting.
Destiny Blegen wouldn’t be here today if it wasn’t for the overdose antidote naloxone saving her life. Blegen, who is in recovery from opioid use disorder, has now made it her mission to give hope to those still fighting the battle.
Two people were injured on Oct. 10 following a small plane crash in Stone County.
An investigation is underway after human remains were discovered in Taney County.
A man suffered minor injuries from being shot with a cross bow during a Thursday robbery in Branson.
Branson’s Wild World has started the process to get permission for outdoor animal exhibits.
According to the calendar, there will be a lot to do in Hollister in 2021.
The 72nd Annual Branson Adoration Parade is officially a go.
A municipal code amendment regarding microbreweries was approved by the Branson Planning Commission.
The Taney County Health Department has confirmed that three more Taney County residents have died due to COVID-19.
Now through the rest of this month, Shepherd of the Hills invites folks to join them for their inaugural Shepherd’s Pumpkin Fest.
Andy B’s Tiki Bar is officially open at the Branson Landing.
During a time filled with tremendous uncertainty and financial hardship, Silver Dollar City Foundation’s Care For Kids, with the help of Woodland Hills Family Church, has made sure that Stone and Taney county children have the funding needed to succeed, sooner.
Missouri State Parks representatives will be hosting an informational public meeting at the highly anticipated Ozark Mountain State Park.
Neighbors and Friends of Table Rock Lake is hosting a Craft Extravaganza to raise money for Stone and Taney county charities.
NOTE: This story has been edited to reflect updated hours.
Western Taney County Fire Protection District held a live-fire exercise at the Hollister Schools agricultural program property on Sept. 30.
West 76 Country Blvd is getting a very large, new friend.
One of Branson’s oldest lodging businesses have been trying to find ways to stay open during the pandemic.
Flu season is upon us, which means healthcare providers are encouraging everyone to get their annual flu shot.
Taney County will be hosting its annual Fall Clean-Up Days on Oct. 23 and 24.
The Freedom of the Road Riders, Inc., in partnership with the Kimberling City Elks Lodge 2505, is hosting the 16th Annual Stone County Toy Run on Sunday, Oct. 4.
A woman from Galena was struck and killed by a vehicle on Oct. 1, five miles north of Reeds Spring.
A man from Powersite was killed in a single-vehicle crash on Sept. 30, one mile from Mildred in Taney County.
A man from Forsyth was killed in a two-vehicle crash Sept. 30, a half mile east of Merriam Woods.
Branson has a new colorful friend in Downtown Branson, and he is the mascot for some big plans that are on the way.
Approximately 200 individuals took part in a prayer march through Branson on Saturday.
Teresa Montseny recently announced that she has stepped away from the Missouri 7th District U.S. Congressional race.
The 2020 Harvest Moon Festival and Car Show is still a go for Saturday, Oct. 3, but this year there will be one major change.
The Branson aldermen gave final approval for deck repair on a U.S. 65 bridge that overlooks Lake Taneycomo.
Two items were passed by Branson aldermen that relate to public sewer capabilities at the new Aldi site and reimbursements related to the project.
A woman from Forsyth was killed in an ATV crash on Sept. 25, a half mile southeast of Taneyville.
As Aquarium at the Boardwalk moves closer to opening, an artist will spend the next month creating a mural for the project.
Some bonds are unbreakable, and the bond between the Vietnam veterans of the 4th Battalion, 9th Infantry “Manchu” Regiment who were assigned to 25th Infantry “Tropic Lightning” Division is no exception.