Day: July 12, 2019

Carroll County Airport Receives Grant to Aid in Planning

by: Scott McCaulley The Carroll County Airport is getting some help in planning for the future. In an announcement published in the Greater Berryville Chamber of Commerce Weekly Newsletter, the Department of Transportation and the Federal Aviation Administration has awarded the facility a grant of $170,00 to help in updating their Master Plan to show …

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Intersection Improvement Project Getting Underway on Highway 160/13

Press Release Drivers can expect nighttime lane closings beginning as crews begin making instersection safety improvements along Route 160/13 between Plainview Road in Springfield and Buisness 13 in Stoneridge north of Kimberling City. The project targets 19 intersections along the Route 160/13 corridor with contractor crews beginning work in the Nixa area. Much of the work …

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Springfield Resident Injured in Rollover Accident in Walnut Shade

by: Scott McCaulley A Springfield woman escapes with moderate injuries when her vehicle overturned on Highway 160 in Walnut Shade Thursday Morning. The Missouri Highway Patrol reports the accident happened shortly before 9:00 when the vehicle left the roadway struck a sign, a ditch, then overturned. The driver of the vehicle, 69-year-old Debra Garcia, was …

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Medical Marijuana Regulations Discussed at Branson Planning Meeting

by: Marina Brett Medical marijuana regulations were the topic of discussion during a recent Branson Planning & Zoning Commission meeting. The committee did not conduct a vote during last weeks meeting, which served as an informational forum, according to online media reports. Missouri voters approved Amendment 2 in 2018, which legalizes medical marijuana for certain …

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Insured Losses from Missouri’s May Tornadoes Expected to Reach at Least $139 Million

From: Ozarks First Tornadoes ripped through several parts of Missouri in May, including the capitol city. A Missouri Department of Insurance press release says the agency contacted insurance carriers in the state to determine the number of claims filed, related to the tornado damage, and the dollar amounts of the settlements of those claims. According …

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