Day: December 28, 2020

HS Basketball Today

by: Scott McCaulley Many Holiday Basketball Tournaments are continuing or getting started across the region today. More games are scheduled in the Blue and Gold Boys Tournament on the campus of Missouri State University. Branson, after opening with a loss on Saturday to Skyline, will play Purdy in a Consolation Game at Noon at Greenwood …

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Two Marion County Offices Closed Due to COVID-19

From: KTLO The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing the closure of two Marion County offices. Marion County Judge John Massey says his office and the Office of Emergency Management will be closed this week due to quarantining. Both offices will reopen next Monday, Jan. 4. To reach Judge Massey, call 870-656-2999 or send an email to mcjudge@yelcot.net. …

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MU COVID-19 Outbreak Cancels College Football Bowl Game

From: Ozarks First The Music City Bowl between Missouri and Iowa was canceled Sunday because COVID-19 issues left the Tigers unable to play. The Nashville, Tennessee-based game scheduled for Wednesday is the second bowl called off since the postseason lineup was set on Dec. 20, joining the Gasparilla Bowl. Missouri athletic director Jim Sterk said …

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Buffalo National River Accepting Hay Field Permit Applications

From: KTLO The National Park Service (NPS) is accepting public bid applications until Jan. 15 for 27 Agricultural Special Use Permits for haying of designated fields located within Buffalo National River in portions of Newton, Searcy, and Marion counties. Through these permits, Buffalo National River maintains hay fields that visually preserve the unique agricultural history …

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