Day: December 17, 2020

Branson Police Starts Holiday DWI Enforcement Friday

Press Release The Branson Police Department will begin its nationwide holiday DWI campaign, “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over,” starting December 18, 2020, to crack down on substance-impaired driving. This crackdown will include high-visibility enforcement throughout the City of Branson and will run until January 1, 2020. During this campaign, Branson Police officers will be …

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Ozark Police Looking for Suspect in Wednesday Road Rage Incident

by: Chris Six, Ozarks First The Ozark Police Department is asking for help in locating a vehicle involved in a road rage shooting incident from Wednesday evening. According to a press release, a black Chevrolet HHR shot at another car near the intersection of South Street and 9th Street. Police say the vehicle is missing …

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Harrison Council to Consider Business License Relief at Final 2020 Meeting

  by: Scott McCaulley A proposal brought forth at last week’s Harrison City Committees Meeting will be considered by the full Harrison City Council tonight at their final Regular Meeting of 2020. A lengthy discussion took place at last week’s meeting about giving businesses that ask for it relief from paying Businesses License Fees due …

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Parks Department Partners with Community to Plant 25 New Trees

Press Release As part of its ongoing dedication to providing a positive environmental impact to the local community, the Branson Parks & Recreation Department recently teamed up with Liberty Utilities, the Arbor Day Foundation and local TreeKeeper volunteers to plant 25 new trees in Branson’s Eiserman Park. On December 10, 2020, volunteers from Liberty Utilities …

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