Day: November 2, 2020

Two People Injured in Traffic Crash Near Reeds Spring

by: Scott McCaulley The Missouri State Highway Patrol works a traffic crash in Stone County Monday morning that injures two people from Cape Fair. The online crash report indicates the accident occurred around 10:40 on Highway 76 five miles west of Reeds Spring when 69-year-old Stephen Caulfield lost control of his vehicle trying to avoid …

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ELECTION DAY TUESDAY: Polls Open in Missouri, Arkansas

by: Scott McCaulley Voters around the Lakes Region and the Nation are heading to the Polls Tuesday to cast Ballots for the 2020 November General Election. Besides the National Election for President, other races involving Area Voters include the race for Missouri Governor, Statewide Ballot Issues in both Arkansas and Missouri as well as a …

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“United We Stand” Christmas Tree Lighting Wednesday

by: Scott McCaulley A new part of the Branson Christmas Celebration will officially be launched Wednesday. The “United We Stand” Christmas Tree located at the Branson Ferris Wheel will be lit for the first time Wednesday evening. The tree will be made up of decorations and garland from the region as well as decorations submitted …

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Two Area Health Departments Hold Drive-Thru Flu Shots This Week

by: Scott McCaulley Two Lakes Area Health Departments are providing Flu Shots at two Drive-Thru Locations this week. The Stone County Health Department has a Drive-Thru Flu Clinic today at First Baptist Church in Kimberling City East Campus on Heavens Way from 10 am-12 noon while the Taney County Health Department will host a Clinic …

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Stone County Covers Noose Display After Complaints

From: Ozarks First/Associated Press A replica hangman’s noose in a display in a county building in southwest Missouri has been covered up amid complaints from Democrats about it being near voting booths. The Kansas City Star reports that the Missouri Democratic Party released a photo Friday of the display in a hallway of the Stone …

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Searcy County Man Arrested After Rollover Accident, Break-In

From: KTLO A Searcy County man, 35-year-old Chyenne Foster of Pindall, has been arrested following a one-vehicle rollover accident and a subsequent break-in at the Ozark Mountain School District’s St. Joe campus. Search County Sheriff Kenny Cassell says the accident occurred on the evening of Oct. 20 at the intersection of South Wollum and Love …

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