Day: November 16, 2020

AYS Podcast: Holiday Food Harvest

by: Scott McCaulley The KOMC/KRZK Annual Holiday Food Harvest presented by the Tri-Lakes Board of Realtors is underway. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic, this year’s event will be a fund raising competition between members of the Tri-Lakes Board of Realtors who will be raising money for Christian Action Ministries, Christian Associates, and the Salvation …

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Football Playoffs Begin in Arkansas, District Champions Crowned in Missouri

by: Scott McCaulley Last Friday saw the beginning of Postseason High School Football in Arkansas while the first phase of Postseason play wrapped-up in Missouri. The Harrison Goblins, as the Regular Season Champions of 5A West, got a first round bye and now know they will host Camden-Fairview at F.S. Garrison Stadium this Friday. Camden …

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Harrison Council Eyes Junior High Property

From Harrison Daily Times The vacated former Harrison Junior High School campus might be purchased by the city. The city council’s Community Environment Services and Welfare Committee heard about the proposal Thursday night and forwarded it to the full council for consideration when it meets next week. Mayor Jerry Jackson gave the committee some background …

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Elevate Branson Scheduled to Reopen Thursday after COVID-19 Exposure

by: Scott McCaulley Elevate Branson plans to reopen this Thursday after shutting down late last week due to a COVID-19 concern. Elevate Branson Founder Bryan Stallings in an interview Monday on KRZK’s “The Upside with Josh and Russ” said there was a COVID exposure in the facility and out of caution, closed the facility as …

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Active Weather Saturday Evening Keeps NWS Busy

by: Scott McCaulley A strong cold front along with increased turbulence in the atmosphere led to a stormy night in the Ozarks Saturday evening. National Weather Service Forecasters in Springfield tell Ozarks First that they issued nine Tornado Warnings for their forecast area during the evening and several other Severe Thunderstorm Warnings. One of those …

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