Day: November 4, 2014

Grant Funds Classes at Galena Vision of Hope

GALENA, Mo. – Galena Vision of Hope continues its commitment to healthy lifestyles through a Skaggs Foundation Legacy Grant for just under 5-thousand dollars. Chairman Connie Johnson says the grant helps fund several classes including the “Stay Strong, Stay Healthy” class through the University of Missouri Extension: http://mp3/template_maxi/player_mp3_maxi.swf The “Stay Strong” class along with a …

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State, County Clerks Predict Moderate Turnout

The Missouri Secretary of State is predicting a voter turnout of nearly 40-percent today. Taney County Clerk Donna Neeley estimates a slightly lower turnout of 35-percent… http://mp3/template_maxi/player_mp3_maxi.swf Meanwhile, Stone County Clerk Judy Berkstresser says absentee voting has been steady, and she is predicting a turnout of up to 45-percent… http://mp3/template_maxi/player_mp3_maxi.swf Both Berkstresser and Neeley experienced …

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More Rain Today and Tomorrow

BRANSON, Mo. – Meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Springfield, Doug Cramer, expects this morning’s showers to continue through today and tomorrow, with widespread precipitation across Ozark Mountain Country. http://mp3/template_maxi/player_mp3_maxi.swf Cramer says the showers will linger through tonight into tomorrow morning. He went on to say that the Ozarks area still faces a rainfall …

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Branson Street Work Discussed

BRANSON, Mo. – The City of Branson’s Engineering Department is considering changes to city streets including a one-way designation in downtown Branson. City Engineer David Miller presents the one-way designation before the Branson Board of Aldermen… http://mp3/template_maxi/player_mp3_maxi.swf Miller also proposes to remove two stop signs on Champagne Boulevard near the Welk Resort at the eastern …

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