Day: June 8, 2020

Another Peaceful Protest of the George Floyd Death Over the Weekend in Branson

by: Jacob Blount, Ozarks First Plenty of protestors came out to show their support despite temperatures being above 90 degrees for most of the demonstration. Protestors held signs up, were heard singing and even used chalk art to get their point across. Dan Crane is 75-years old, and was out protesting today. He says he …

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Flash Flood Watch, Flood Warning Issued Due to Potential Rainfall from Cristobal

by: Scott McCaulley With the potential for heavy rainfall in the Lakes Region due to the path of Tropical Storm Cristobal, the National Weather Service has issued a Flash Flood Watch for the entire Lakes Region in addition to a Flood Warning for part of the James River. The Flash Flood Watch takes effect this …

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MSHP Works Three Motorcycle Accidents in Eastern Taney County

by: Scott McCaulley The Missouri State Highway Patrol is kept busy working a trio of accidents, all involving motorcycles, Sunday afternoon in Eastern Taney County. The first accident happened around 12:50 when 67-year-old when Bernard Markus of Sparta was driving his motorcycle southbound on Highway 125 in Protem when a northbound vehicle crossed the center …

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Shepherd to be Inducted into the Missouri Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame

Press Release The Missouri Basketball Coaches Association recently released their 2020 Hall of Fame class to be inducted at a ceremony this coming September.  One of the inductees is College of the Ozarks’ athletic director and men’s basketball head coach Steve Shepherd. Shepherd has just completed his 18th year at the helm of the Bobcats’ basketball …

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