Day: June 5, 2020

High Pressure Leads to Hot and Humid Weekend, Rainy Start to Next Week

by: Scott McCaulley The Ozarks will be in for the hottest weekend of the year followed by a potential for heavy rain thanks to the remnants of Tropical Depression Cristobal. Ozarks First Meteorologist Elisa Raffa on KRZK’s “At Your Service” Program Thursday that the High Pressure that is going to warm the Ozarks up this …

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Nurse Manager at Cox Health Branson Makes Pillows for Patients

From: Ozarks First A nurse manager is spreading some extra love to patients at CoxHealth in Branson. Andrea Romeiser started a project at the hospital making souvenir pillowcases for patients on the two units, the medical unit and post-surgical floor, she leads. “Research shows that people associate a feeling when they see a word or …

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Pace Industries Completes Restructuring Plan

From: KTLO A company founded in 1970 in Harrison and now with operations in eight states has emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and completed its financial restructuring plan. Arkansas Business reports Pace Industries LLC of Fayetteville made the announcement Tuesday. Pace handles aluminum, zinc and magnesium die casting. The company filed for bankruptcy in …

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FCA Announces High School Christian Athletes of the Year

by: Scott McCaulley The South Central Fellowship of Christian Athletes Chapter has announced the 2020 Male and Female High School Christian Athletes of the Year. Kathryn Anderson of Crane and Nathan Garnett of Blue Eye each receive a $1000 Scholarship named in honor of longtime Lakes Area Businessman and FCA Supporter Jerry Lilly. The winners …

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