Day: November 13, 2020

Branson Market Days Gives Many Vendors a Chance to Finish 2020 Strong

by: Jacob Blount and Chris Six, Ozarks First Two times a year, Branson holds its Market Days craft fair. For many local vendors this year, it’s their first and only chance to sell their products at a local festival. Janna Goodwin says the craft fair began as a mother and daughter business venture, but in …

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Harrison Entertainment District Proposal Not Passed on to Council

by: Scott McCaulley A proposal to establish an Entertainment District in Downtown Harrison will not be going before the City Council. After a lengthy discussion at the City Council Committee Meetings Thursday night, the committee in charge of deciding on sending the proposal to the full council elected not to do so. Alcoholic Beverage by …

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AYS Podcast: Holiday Food Harvest Events Adjusts to COVID-19

by: Scott McCaulley The latest edition of the “At Your Service” Podcast features a preview of this year’s Holiday Food Harvest with Janet Bezzerides of the Tri-Lakes Board of Realtors Community Outreach Committee. For nearly three decades, KOMC/KRZK Radio has held a Food Drive the day before Thanksgiving collecting food for organizations in the Lakes …

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“Camp Jack” To Help Harrison Area Veterans

by: Scott McCaulley An organization has been formed to help bring aid and comfort to area Veterans. The Jack Williams Veterans Resource Center, also known as “Camp Jack” is described by Callie Mondy of the Boone County Veterans Association as a one stop place to help Veterans. Mondy talked about the recently formed organization earlier …

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CWD Testing Recommended, Not Required for Opening of Firearm Deer Season

by: Scott McCaulley With the opening of the Firearm Deer Season in Missouri on Saturday, the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reminds hunters that Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) testing for opening weekend this year is optional, not mandatory in the Counties where CWD has been confirmed. MDC Taney County Agent Chris Boyd on a recent …

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