Day: July 30, 2020

Emergency Personnel Work a Pair of Accidents Near Bull Creek

by: Scott McCaulley Two people riding on a Motorcycle sustain serious injuries as a result of an accident on Highway F at Bull Creek which back up traffic and caused another accident nearby. The initial crash occurred around 7:25 and occurred as the motorcycle driven by 49-year-old Brandon Ketterman of Merriam Woods ran off the …

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Flash Flood Watch in Effect, Possible Severe Storms Later

by: Scott McCaulley Rounds of showers and thunderstorms are possible in the Lakes Region today with the possibility of flooding. The National Weather Service office in Springfield has issued a Flash Flood Watch for much of Southern Missouri including the Lakes Region through tonight. Totals of 1-2 inches of rain could result in Flooding. The …

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COVID-19 Update: Taney County Exposures Released, Other New Cases

by: Scott McCaulley An update on COVID-19 around the Lakes Region include new exposures announced in Taney County from the Health Department as well as in Stone County: TCHD is reporting 272 cases of COVID-19 in Taney County with an additional 71 cases under investigation. There have been 4 deaths and 101 individuals have recovered. …

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Key: School Reopening Based on Local Needs

by: Scott McCaulley The Arkansas Commissioner of Education says the differences of each School District is one of  the biggest challenges in getting School’s reopened for the upcoming Academic Year. Johnny Key, in an interview on the “Community Partyline” Program on BOOTZ Country Tuesday said that it’s important for officials in Little Rock to offer …

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Harrison Moving Forward with Reopening School Plan

by: Scott McCaulley The Harrison School District is moving forward with plans to begin the 2020-21 School Year in August. Superintendent Dr. Stewart Pratt was on Tuesday’s “Community Party Line” Program on BOOTZ Country and reminded Patrons that Friday is the Deadline to notify the District of their choice between onsite and offsite learning. Dr. …

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Carroll County Woman Injured in Crash Just North of Mo-Ark Boarder

by: Scott McCaulley A woman from Carroll County is injured in a one-vehicle crash just north of the Missouri-Arkansas Boarder in Barry County Wednesday evening. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports the accident occurred around 7:50 on Highway P when a car driven by 35-year-old Charlotte Wynne of Holiday Island ran off the highway and …

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