Day: December 4, 2020

H.S. Basketball Tournament Recap: Blue Eye Claims Girls Tournament, Hollister Moves to Forsyth Final

by: Scott McCaulley The Blue Eye Lady Bulldogs uphold the Number One Seed in their Basketball Tournament as they knock off Hartville 53-31 in the Tournament Finals Friday night. Riley Arnold led the Lady Bulldogs with 19 points in the Championship Game. Forsyth takes 3rd Place as they edge out Springfield Glendale 59-53 behind the …

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Four Charged with Child Endangerment in Stone County

by: Chris Six and Jacob Blount, Ozarks First Four people have been charged after a young boy was found unresponsive and in critical condition due to various injuries and extreme malnutrition. According to court documents, these four have been charged with two counts of first-degree endangering the welfare of a child and abuse or neglect …

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H.S. Sports Update: Harrison Football, Basketball Tournaments

by: Scott McCaulley The Harrison Goblins 5A Football Playoff Game and the Semi-finals of an area High School Basketball Tournament are on-air tonight. The Goblins, after close wins in their first two 5A Playoff Games, face one more challenge in their quest to qualify for the State Championship game as they host Little Rock Christian …

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Lakes Area Christmas Celebrations This Weekend

by: Scott McCaulley While COVID-19 has cancelled several Holiday Events, there are going to be several Christmas Celebrations that will take place in the Lakes Region this weekend. One of the celebrations is happening tonight as the Eureka Springs Chamber of Commerce will host “A Twist on Tradition: Giving Back Stationary Christmas Parade” with Holiday …

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Attempt to Block Arkansas AG from Jim Bakker Investigation Dismissed

by: Ivie Macy, Ozarks FIrst A lawsuit by televangelist Jim Bakker looking to block an investigation from Arkansas’ attorney general has been dismissed. Leslie Rutledge says Bakker used deceptive practices involving his show, which suggested a silver product could be used to treat or prevent COVID-19. About 385 Arkansans bought the Silver Solution during the …

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AYS Podcast: SCHD Talks School Quarantine

by: Scott McCaulley The latest edition of the “At Your Service” Podcast features updated information from the Stone County Health Department about the COVID-19 Pandemic. One of the topics discussed by Stone County Health Department Director Pam Burnett was the revised School Quarantine Guidelines set-up by Governor Mike Parson and Missouri Health and Senior Services …

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