Day: January 14, 2020

Still No Movement on Utility Issues on 76 Country Music Blvd.

by: Scott McCaulley The Branson Board of Alderman once again postpones action on the Final Reading of a Bill that would proceed with burying of Utilities on 76 County Music Blvd. after one of the Alderman Recused himself from discussion due to a conflict of interest. Kevin McConnell stated when the reading of the bill …

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Branson Board of Alderman First 2020 Meeting Tonight

by: Scott McCaulley Three issues that generated much discussion during 2019 will be among items scheduled to be discussed during the first 2020 Branson Board of Alderman Meeting tonight. The proposal to continue move ahead with the moving of Utilities underground on 76 Country Blvd. which has failed several times to pass on Final Reading …

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Two Marion County Deputies Injured While Restraining Female Inmate

From: KTLO Two Marion County Sheriff’s Officers were treated for injuries they sustained in attempting to restrain a female prisoner earlier this month. According to probable cause affidavits filed Friday, a Little River County woman was arrested Jan. 1 after a Marion County deputy responded to a Yellville motel where 30-year-old Markie Leann Theime reportedly …

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Federal Prosecutor for Western Arkansas to Step Down

From: KTLO/Associated Press The federal prosecutor for western Arkansas announced Monday that he’ll step down this week. Duane “Dak” Kees, the United States attorney for the western district of Arkansas, said his resignation will take effect at midnight Friday. A statement from his office said Kees was leaving for the private sector but did not …

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