Day: October 14, 2014

Love & Logic Classes Begin Oct. 20 in Hollister

Hollister School District is offering Love & Logic classes beginning next week. The free classes are open to the public and will be held at the Early Childhood Learning Center for five consecutive Mondays. Communications Director Debbie Redford… http://mp3/template_maxi/player_mp3_maxi.swf The Love & Logic course teaches parents how to set firm limits in loving ways, without …

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‘Paint the Landing Pink’ Rescheduled for Saturday

The 5th annual Paint the Landing Pink event is rescheduled for this Saturday, October 18th at Branson Landing. The event will include live entertainment, a silent auction and prize giveaways, all designed to support those impacted by breast cancer, and to shed light on programs and services available through the Breast Cancer Foundation of the …

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Branson School Board Opposes Amendment 3

The Branson School Board approves a resolution formally opposing Amendment 3 on the November ballot. According to a news release from Branson Schools, the measure would take away local control from public schools. School Board President Peter Marcellus says Amendment 3 would have a devastating effect on schools by implementing unfunded, state-mandated standardized tests that …

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Murder Suspect Bound Over for Arraignment

A man charged in the stabbing death of 15-year-old Joey Phillips-Clay of Nixa waives his preliminary hearing and is bound over for arraignment in Christian County Circuit Court. Twenty-one-year-old Jesus Padilla of Nixa is charged with second-degree murder and armed criminal action. He is scheduled to appear in court again October 24th. Padilla was arrested …

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