Day: July 17, 2014

Berryville PD Adds 4 Reserve Officers

BERRYVILLE – Four new reserve officers are sworn in to the Berryville Police Department. The new officers are Elizabeth Saldena-Martinez, Alfonso Rengel, Andres Lemus, and Billy Phillips. According to Police Chief Dave Muniz, three of the four reserve officers also speak Spanish fluently. The reserve officers completed training last month and will now be under …

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Striping Work on 176, EE, VV and 76

Watch out for a slow-moving train of work trucks today (Thursday) along Taney County Routes 176, EE and VV as MoDOT crews stripe the roadways. Motorists are asked to slow down and avoid driving on wet paint. Striping operations are also scheduled to continue today on Highway 76 between Branson and Branson West.

Branson Man Sentenced to 10 Years for Drugs

A Branson man pleads guilty to 5 felony cases in Taney County Circuit Court and is sentenced to 10 years in the Missouri Department of Corrections. Forty-three-year-old James MaGill entered into a plea agreement on charges of possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia with the intent to distribute, and driving while revoked. Branson police officers …

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NorthArk Movie Series Continues

HARRISON, MO- North Arkansas College Summer Movie Series presents Captain America: the Winter Soldier on Saturday, July 26th. Concessions open at 6:30 p.m.  Hamburgers, hotdogs, shaved ice, and other refreshments are available.  Proceeds are used to support student organizations or other selected charitable causes.  First come first serve chair back seating will be available to …

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Arkansas AG Shuts Down Bogus Charity

A New Jersey-based organization will pay 120-thousand dollars in restitution to Arkansas consumers and permanently stop fundraising activities in the state per a consent agreement filed this week in Pulaski County Circuit Court. National Police Defense Foundation reportedly raised 231-thousand dollars through statewide telemarketing efforts, under the pretense the funds would benefit Arkansas police, firefighters …

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