Day: May 16, 2019

State Investigation of Duck Boat Tragedy Suspended, Federal Investigation Continues

From: Ozarks First/Associated Press Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt says his office will temporarily halt state proceedings against the owners of a duck boat that sank on Table Rock Lake last summer, killing 17 people. Schmitt announced Thursday he has agreed to a temporary order to stay state proceedings against Ripley Entertainment until federal cases …

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Branson Approves Resolution to Negotiate with SMG for Convention Center Management

by: Scott McCaulley One of the topics that dominated an over four hour Branson Board of Alderman Meeting Tuesday night was a discussion on whether to continue with SMG to manage the Branson Convention Center or go to Ambridge Hospitality, the group currently managing the Hilton Hotel. A Resolution was before the Board to begin …

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2 Men Arrested in Connection with Church Burglaries

by: Karen Hopper, KTLO Two men have been arrested and charged in Searcy County in connection with a series of church burglaries in three counties. Searcy County Sheriff Kenny Cassell says 21-year-old Jerad Dale Ramsey and 20-year-old Dylan Jay Baker, both of Marshall, have been charged with felony counts of commercial burglary and breaking or …

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C of O Suffers First Loss in NCCAA Regional

From: C of O Sports Information College of the Ozarks’ Bobcat Baseball fell, 5-1, on Wednesday to Southwestern Christian University (SCU) in the NCCAA Central Regional tournament in Oklahoma City, Okla. After scoring 22 runs on Monday versus Dallas Christian and 13 runs on Tuesday against SCU, the Bobcat bats took a break from the action on Wednesday.  …

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