Day: July 11, 2019

Branson High School Fields Busy with Football, Softball Events

by: Scott McCaulley Normally this time of year is a relatively quiet for Branson High School except for occasional summer camps. But the schools fields were full of activity on Thursday. Besides the USSSA Softball World Series with Branson hosting games along with Hollister High School and the Branson Rec Plex, the practice fields as …

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MHP Work Accidents In Lakes Region Including Two Fatal

by: Scott McCaulley The Missouri Highway Patrol works several accidents in the Lakes Region on Wednesday including two fatalities. The first fatality accident occurred in Kirbyville at the Highway 76-K Highway intersection around 12:50 pm when a pick-up driven by Jon Eggebrecht, 39, of Forsyth crossed the center line and struck a dump truck driven …

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Applications Being Accepted for Branson Citizen Police Academy

Press Release The Branson Police Department is now accepting applications for the 2019 Citizen Police Academy, where community members are given a hands-on opportunity to learn about police procedures and investigation techniques. The behind-the-scenes look will offer experiences and insights into the nature of the Branson Police Department. This 10-week program will begin on September …

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More Than Half of the Law Suits Have Been Settled in Duck Boat Tragedy

by: Beth Finello, Ozarks First There is new information regarding the dozens of lawsuits against Ripley Entertainment in relation to the duck boat sinking that killed 17 people in July of 2018. As of Wednesday, over half of the 33 civil cases have been settled. Court documents acquired by OzarksFirst detail where all of the …

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