Day: November 20, 2020

Late Touchdown Sends the Goblins to a Victory in 5A Playoffs

by: Scott McCaulley The Harrison Goblins get a touchdown in the games final seconds to get a 21-14 win over Camden-Fairview in the Arkansas 5A Playoffs at F.S. Garrison Stadium. Reserve quarterback Beck Jones, in for the injured starter Cole Keylon, breaks through for a 12 yard touchdown with 21 seconds left to seal the …

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Reeds Spring Schools to Mandate Masks Beginning December 1

Press Release When the Reeds Spring School District returns from Thanksgiving Break on Tuesday, December 1, all students in grades K-12 will be required to wear masks. Previously, only students in grades 5-12 and students who rode buses had to wear masks. This change is based on recommendations from the governor and the state department of …

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City of Branson Updates Mask Guidelines Within City Buildings

by: Scott McCaulley This week the City of Branson implemented additional Face Covering Restrictions within City Buildings. Mayor Edd Akers mentioned the new guidelines as part of his “Mayor’s Message” this week saying that at the request of local Health Offiicials, people entering Branson City Hall, the Community and Senior Center, and the City of …

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Transfer of Former Harrison Junior High Property from School District to City Approved

by Scott McCaulley In separate meetings on Thursday, the City of Harrison and the Harrison School District approved the transfer of the Old Junior High Property Downtown from the School District to the City. Harrison Mayor Jerry Jackson made the announcement in a Video Presentation on Facebook after Thursday’s Regular City Council Meeting. During the …

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Holiday Food Harvest Fund Raising Continues

by: Scott McCaulley The KOMC/KRZK Holiday Food Harvest presented by the Tri-Lakes Board of Realtors Fund Raising efforts continue. Members of the Tri-Lakes Board are in competition with each other to help raise money for the Food Pantries of Christian Action Ministries, Christian Associates, and Salvation Army Branson. The change from collecting food at area …

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Governor Parson Issues Statewide Public Health Warning Including Expectations For Communities and Counties

by: Chris Six, Ozarks First After extending the Missouri State of Emergency into March 2021, Governor Parson also released a public health warning that outlines Missouri communities’ expectations. The expectations include guidance for personal behavior, businesses, and travel. As well as community-level guidance and action plans based on three risk categories: Extreme risk Critical risk …

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Arkansas Requires Restaurants, Bars to Close by 11 PM

From: KTLO/Associated Press Arkansas is requiring bars, restaurants and clubs that serve alcohol to close by 11 p.m. in an effort to curb a surge in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations, Gov. Asa Hutchinson said Thursday. The early closing time will begin on Friday and remain in effect through Jan. 3, Hutchinson said. The Republican governor …

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