Day: August 29, 2014

Shooting Prompts TV Show ‘Cops’ to Leave Springfield

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – After one of its production crew members is shot and killed earlier this week in Nebraska, the television show “Cops” is leaving Springfield, according to Springfield Police Chief Paul Williams. The show wrapped filming on Wednesday, and was originally scheduled to stay in Springfield through the end of this week. One of …

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Alzheimer’s Workshop to Focus on Early Detection

The Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Missouri will host another free workshop in Branson next week. Community Education Coordinator Rob Hulstra says the class will focus on early detection of Alzheimer’s disease… The workshop is set for Friday, September 5th from 10 a.m. to noon at Taneyhills Community Library at 4th and Pacific Streets in downtown …

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Thunderstorms Today through the Weekend

BRANSON, Mo. – This Labor Day weekend will feature rain and thunderstorms throughout Ozark Mountain Country, according to the National Weather Service. Meteorologist Doug Cramer says the storm front is expected to reach the tri-lakes area this afternoon and last through Saturday evening: For updated weather conditions and information, you can visit our weather page …

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Rotary Club supports Branson School District

BRANSON, Mo.- The Branson-Hollister Rotary Club donates to the Branson School District to go toward its Tuition Preschool program. The rotary club selected the school district as one of its six recipients, following the club’s annual fundraiser “Flavor of the Ozarks. Club President, Janet Akers presented a check to Branson Superintendent, Dr. Doug Hayter for …

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