Day: October 17, 2014

Rains Named Branson Employee of the Month

Branson Police Officer Chase Rains is named the October 2014 Employee of the Month for the City of Branson. Alderman Bob Simmons says Rains was able to help a young man in need, and turn around a situation leading to his delinquency… http://mp3/template_maxi/player_mp3_maxi.swf Officer Rains is commended for being generous and showing leadership and courtesy …

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CoxHealth Comments on Ebola Preparedness

BRANSON, Mo. – Cox Medical Center Branson along with providers at CoxHealth are working to ensure the area is prepared in the case of a potential Ebola outbreak. CoxHealth has activated a planning focus team and meets regularly to plan their response. Media Relations Specialist, Mindy Honey: http://mp3/template_maxi/player_mp3_maxi.swf Symptoms of the Ebola virus include severe …

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Christmas Rehearsal Set at Silver Dollar City

BRANSON, Mo. – Silver Dollar City presents its White Glove event on October 31st  in preparation for the opening of the Christmas season. The event will give participants a sneak peak to An Old Time Christmas with festive plays, food, and a display of five million lights. Silver Dollar City’s Lisa Rau … http://mp3/template_maxi/player_mp3_maxi.swf All …

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Douglas Co. Route 14 in Ava Reopens to Traffic

A quarter-mile section of Douglas County Route 14 in Ava reopens to traffic after being closed for repairs following heavy rainfall last weekend. MoDOT says crews have stabilized the area by placing additional rock and partially overlaying the roadway. Patching work continues today, with reduced traffic as crews complete the project. MoDOT plans to add …

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City Implements Permit-Based Parking Downtown

The Branson Board of Aldermen is amending city code regarding prohibited parking. In response to the upcoming work on the Downtown Branson Streetscape Project, the upper deck of the Reich Parking Garage – not to be confused with the Convention Center Garage – will become permit-based parking for employees of downtown businesses. In addition, 2-hour …

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