Day: June 19, 2016

Two Oklahoma Residents Killed in Eureka Springs Motorcycle Crash

    by Tim Church     EUREKA SPRINGS, Ark. – Two residents of Oklahoma are killed in a two vehicle crash, involving a motorcycle Saturday night, near Eureka Springs in Carroll County. The Arkansas State Police reports 44-year-old David Magee of Barnsdale, Oklahoma was traveling eastbound on U-S 62, at Thorncrown Chapel at 7:03 …

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Three Reeds Spring Schools Recognized for Positive Behavior Support

    Press Release   Reeds Spring, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education recognized three Reeds Spring schools for achievement in schoolwide positive behavior support. Reeds Spring Intermediate School and Reeds Spring Middle School received the highest possible status, gold level, and Reeds Spring Elementary School received the third-highest, bronze level. …

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Hometown Mercy Doctor to Lead American Medical Association

    Press Release   MOUNTAIN GROVE, Mo. (June 16, 2016) – Dr. David Barbe has spent decades looking out for the health of his rural Missouri community. Today, he’s changing lives on a national scale, as president-elect of the American Medical Association (AMA).   “This is a tremendous honor and a privilege,” said Dr. Barbe, …

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Psychiatrist Joins Cox Medical Center Branson Team

    Press Release     BRANSON, Mo. – Cox Medical Center Branson is pleased to welcome Patricia Hogan, DO. Dr. Hogan is board certified in psychiatry with subspecialties in addiction, geriatric and forensic psychiatry. In addition to providing inpatient care and consultations, Dr. Hogan will dedicate time to outpatient care. “I will work in …

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