Day: November 10, 2020

Arkansas FB Coach Tests Positive for COVID, Hogs Game Still On Though Several SEC Games Are Off

UPDATE: The Missouri Home Football Game with Georgia has also been postponed due to COVID-19 Concerns by: Scott McCaulley The Southeastern Conference has taken a hit this week due to COVID-19 and though the Arkansas Razorback game at Florida is still on, their first-year Head Coach will not be there. Sam Pittman tested positive for …

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Woof for Vets Gives Service Dogs Away for Veterans Week

by: Jacob Blount and A.J. Davidson, Ozarks First Veterans from across the country travel to Branson to celebrate veterans week, and now some of those heroes will return home with a new furry friend. Frank Schlechta, a disabled veteran from Texas, made the trip this morning to meet his new Saint Bernard. “She’s just such …

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Parade Added to Veterans Day Activities in Harrison

by: Scott McCaulley The Annual Ceremony Honoring Veterans in Downtown Harrison that takes place annually on Veterans Day will have some added components this year. Callie Mondy with the Boone County Veterans Association joined the “Around the Table” Program on KHOZ Monday and discussed the activities which this year includes a parade. Other activities will …

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Branson Board of Alderman First November Meeting Tonight

by: Scott McCaulley The first November Meeting of the Branson Board of Alderman will include Final Readings of over a dozen items including the Final Approval for putting the renewal of the Tourism Tax on the April 2021 Municipal Election Ballot. Among the dozen items up for first consideration will be a presentation of the …

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Christian County Justice Center in Ozark Goes Back to Phase 1 Operation after Employee’s Positive COVID Test

by: Chris Six, Ozarks First The Christian County Justice Center in Ozark will revert to Phase 1 due to a court employee testing positive for COVID-19. According to a press release from the Circuit Court of Christian County, the Presiding Judge learned that a staff member had tested positive over the weekend. The judge then …

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