Day: February 26, 2020

Owners of Local Charcoal Plant Sited for Safety Violations

From: Ozarks First/Associated Press Federal officials have cited a Georgia-based charcoal manufacturer for exposing employees to safety and health hazards at two Missouri plants. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is recommending fines of nearly $340,000 against Royal Oak Enterprises for violations at plants in Branson and Summersville. OSHA cited 19 serious violations at a …

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HS Basketball: Forsyth Rallies to Beat Hollister at District Tournament

by: Scott McCaulley The matchups between Forsyth and Hollister in Boys Basketball this season have been very close with the Panthers winning the first two meetings by one and three points respectively. Tuesday night, the Panthers pulled out some late game magic to upend the Tigers 53-52 in the Class 3 District Tournament at Strafford. …

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Branson Man Faces Abuse Count for Shaking Ex-Girlfriend’s Foster Son

From: KTLO/Associated Press A Branson man has been charged with shaking a foster baby so hard that the boy was rushed to a hospital in critical condition. Eddie Davis, 23, entered a not guilty plea Monday when he was arraigned on a felony child abuse charge. He is jailed without bond. No attorney is listed …

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Man Jailed After Barricading Himself in Harrison Hotel Room

From: KTLO A man who reportedly barricaded himself in a Harrison hotel, set off the fire alarms, flooded his room and the hallway and attempted to start a fire in a trash can remains in the Boone County Detention Center. During the effort to remove 36-year-old Evan Michael Essig of Bremerton, Washington, from his hotel …

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