Day: December 3, 2020

Lou Holtz Awarded Presidential Medal of Freedom

From: KTLO/Associated Press President Donald Trump on Thursday called Lou Holtz “one of the greatest coaches in American history” as he honored the college football Hall of Famer and political ally with the nation’s highest civilian honor.Holtz, whose 34-year coaching career included the 1988 national title at the University of Notre Dame, received the Presidential …

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Judges Dismisses Criminal Counts in Duck Boat Accident

From: KTLO/Associated Press A federal judge has dismissed neglect and misconduct charges against three employees of a tourist boat that sank on a Missouri lake in 2018, killing 17 people. U.S. District Judge Doug Harpool filed an order Wednesday upholding a recommendation made in September. The boat captain, the general manager of the boat’s operator …

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Basketball Tournament Updates: Branson Boys Drop Willard Opener, Tonight’s Games

by: Scott McCaulley After their scheduled openers last week were postponed, the Branson Basketball Teams are getting into action this week at the Willard Tournament. The Pirates opened play on Wednesday night dropping a 53-41 decision to Bolivar while the Lady Pirates open play in the eight team tournament this afternoon at 4:00 against Walnut …

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Harrison Mayor Sends State Letter About COVID-19 Restaurant Guidelines

by: Scott McCaulley On his visit to KHOZ’s “Around the Table” Program Wednesday, Harrison Mayor Jerry Jackson talked about a letter he sent to State Officials in regards to COVID-19 Guidelines for Restaurants. Jackson said in the letter to Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson and State Health Director Dr. Jose Romero that seating restrictions for smaller …

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