Day: July 14, 2014

County to Continue Audit Discussion Online

Taney County Presiding Commissioner Ron Houseman says each county department will respond to recommendations included in the recent state audit of Taney County, and that information will be available to the public on the county’s website. Houseman spoke with HometownDailyNews.com… The state audit identified dozens of areas that could be improved upon in the local …

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Counterfeit Cash Results in 5 Year Sentence

A man from Branson is sentenced to five years in the Missouri Department of Corrections for passing counterfeit bills to local businesses. Thirty-five-year-old Bradley Nichols pleaded guilty to one count of class C felony forgery, pursuant to an agreement with the Taney County Prosecutor’s Office. Last summer Branson Police were called to the Rowland Motel …

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NorthArk, Cox College Sign Agreement

HARRISON, Ark. – North Arkansas College and Cox College in Springfield sign an Articulation Agreement helping Northark nursing students pursue a bachelor’s degree. According to the agreement, NorthArk students must have an associate degree in nursing from an accredited college or university, then submit an application to Cox College. The student must also have a …

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Downtown Streetscape Project Out to Bid

Phase 1 of the City of Branson’s Downtown Streetscape Project is out to bid, with several contractors developing proposals. Alderman Cris Bohinc is executive director of the Downtown Branson Betterment Association… Phase 1 involves underground and surface improvements to College Street, Pacific Street and Commercial Street, including new pedestrian crossings, street lamps and furnishings. Bohinc …

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