Day: November 5, 2020

Four Arrested After Reports of Explosions, Gunfire in Kirbyville

by: Scott McCaulley Four people are in custody after an incident early Thursday morning in Kirbyville. Taney County Sheriff’s Department Chief Deputy Brad Daniels says in a post on the Department’s Facebook Page that multiple calls were made to Law Enforcement Officials around 5:00 am reporting the sounds of explosions and automatic weapons fire. Deputies …

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C of O Homecoming Activities Today Thru Sunday

Press Release College of the Ozarks will kick off its virtual Homecoming 2020, themed Your Time to Shine, Friday-Sunday, Nov. 6-8. Homecoming weekend will consist of several virtual events, including alumni board and council meetings, the alumni memorial service, virtual class reunions, and virtual chapter meetings. Angela Williamson, director of alumni relations, changed plans from live …

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Harrison/Boone County Area to See More Highway Money Due to Passage of Tax

by: Scott McCaulley One of the measures passed by Arkansas Voters on Tuesday was the extension of the current Road Tax to fund Road Improvements throughout the state. Harrison Mayor Jerry Jackson visited KHOZ’s “Around the Table” Program prior to the election and talked about the potential of funds coming to the Harrison and Boone …

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AYS Podcast: SCHD Talks About Passage of Tax Levy Increase

by: Scott McCaulley The latest edition of the “At Your Service” Podcast features the first November visit with the Stone County Health Department and includes a conversation about the Tax Levy Increase Stone County Voters approved on Tuesday. SCHD Director Pam Burnett is thankful that the additional money will not only help continue existing programs …

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Armed Forces Tribute Tree Debuts at Branson’s Festival of Trees

Press Release Skaggs Foundation unveils a new and unique opportunity to honor a loved one who is serving or has served in the military. The Foundation’s Armed Forces Tribute Tree is on display now at Branson’s Festival of Trees at Branson Landing and the public is invited to be a part of it. For $10, …

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