Day: October 17, 2020

Update on Boone County Drug Raid

Press Release More information released from the Boone County Sheriff’s Office via their Facebook Page on Wednesday’s Drug Raid: On Wednesday October 14th, 2020, Officers from Harrison Police Department, including the Harrison Police Department Special Operations Team, Boone County Sheriff’s Office, Mountain Home Police Department, Branson Police Department and the 14th Judicial District Drug Task …

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Two Traffic Crashes in Stone County Results in Serious Injuries

by: Scott McCaulley The Missouri State Highway Patrol works a pair of traffic crashes the result in serious injuries. The first crash occurs Friday evening just after 8:00 on Holt Woods Road north of Reeds Spring when a SUV driven by 39-year-old Timothy Kelley of Springfield ran off the roadway on a curve striking an …

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Hollister Involved in Another One Score Game, Grabs Win, Other Friday Football Results

by: Scott McCaulley The 2020 Hollister TIgers have become used to close games as seven of their eight games have been decided by one score or less. Friday night, after losing three straight close games, the Tigers rallied to win one. After building a 12-0 lead at Mount Vernon only to see the home team …

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College of the Ozarks Students Take Part in Summer Internships

Press Release Each year, College of the Ozarks students work in various summer internships. In the midst of COVID-19 and the surrounding employment issues, several students participated in internships that led to the promise of full-time jobs after completing their degrees. Max Pulley lands internship, full-time job with Fortune 500 company Northwestern Mutual Max Pulley, …

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Skaggs Foundation Grant Helps Supply Overdose Antidote

Press Release Destiny Blegen wouldn’t be here today if it wasn’t for the overdose antidote naloxone saving her life. Blegen, who is in recovery from opioid use disorder, has now made it her mission to give hope to those still fighting the battle. Naloxone is commonly referred to as its brand name, Narcan. Destiny’s story …

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