Day: June 17, 2020

Taney County COVID-19 Cases Now at 27, Recent Visitor Also Has Virus

by: Scott McCaulley In what has almost become a daily occurrence, Taney County has recorded yet another COVID-19 Case, the County’s 27th plus releases information on a recent visitor to the Tri-Lakes Area that tested positive for the Virus in their Home State. According to a release from the Taney County Health Department, the 27th …

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Brandon Burlsworth Among Three College Football Hall of Fame Nominees with Arkansas Ties

by: Matt Sharp, KTLO Three former football players with Arkansas ties, including one from the area, are among the nominees for the College Football Hall of Fame. Harrison High School alumnus and former Arkansas Razorback offensive lineman Brandon Burlsworth will be on the ballot for the Class of 2021. Burlsworth joined Arkansas as a walk-on …

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Stone County Reopens, Social Distancing Should Remain

by: Scott McCaulley In a release from Stone County Health Department Director Pam Burnett on Tuesday, it’s announced that Stone County is in line with the State of Missouri with the “Show Me Strong Recovery” Plan and is allowing businesses to fully reopen without any occupancy limits or gathering rules. Burnett also states in the …

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Arkansas AG Files Lawsuit Against Jim Bakker, Morningside Productions

From: Ozarks First Jim Bakker’s Morningside Church Production’s, Inc. is being sued by Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge for “falsely telling Arkansas consumers that colloidal silver products would cure, eliminate, kill or deactivate COVID-19.” The announcement came via the Arkansas AG’s office on Tuesday, June 16. Rutledge’s office says 385 Arkansans purchased colloidal silver from …

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Branson Responsible Alcohol Sales Class Moves Online

Press Release In light of COVID-19, the monthly “Responsible Alcohol Selling” classes are now being moved to an online webinar. The next webinar class will be on Friday, June 19, 2020, from 9:20 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. You can register for the webinar at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8979226986747681806. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information …

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