Day: January 14, 2021

Arkansas, Missouri National Guard Units Head to Washington, D.C. for Inauguration

From: Ozarks First National Guard Units from both Arkansas and Missouri will send National Guard Units to the Nation’s Capital to aid with security for the upcoming Presidential Inauguration for Joe Biden. The Arkansas National Guard reports that 500 soldiers primarily from the 142nd Field Artillery Brigade based in Northwest Arkansas and airmen from the …

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Harrison Businesses, Industries Finish 2020 Strong

by: Scott McCaulley Businesses and Industries in Harrison finish 2020 strong after the COVID-19 Pandemic slowed things down for several months. Bob Largent, Executive Director/CEO of the Harrison Regional Chamber of Commerce, shares some of the end of year numbers during an interview this week on KHOZ’s “Around the Table.” The Chamber will be remembering …

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TCHD Prepares for Phase 1-B of COVID-19 Vaccinations

by: Bailey Strohl, Ozarks First The Taney County Health Department is gearing up to vaccinate residents who fall into Phase 1B of Missouri’s vaccination plan. Health Director Lisa Marshall said rather than sending small batches of doses to each healthcare facility, those who approved vaccinators will become the next go-to place for healthcare workers to …

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OOI Offering Rental, Winter Heating Assistance

From: KTLO Ozark Opportunities, Inc. (OOI) of Harrison announces it now has both rental and winter heating assistance available. OOI officials say for those struggling to pay rent due to COVID-19, assistance is being offered through Arkansas Fresh Start (www.arfreshstart.com). When applying online, applicants will be asked their preferred contact. Email is required and correspondence …

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Salvation Army Branson Surpasses Donation Goal for 2020

by: JonChristopher Collins Salvation Army in Branson surpasses their goal for the year by exceeding 108,000 dollars. Linda McCormick is the Salvation Army Captain of Branson. “[We were] overjoyed and humbled that God blessed us so mightily this Christmas season,” McCormick said. She said she thinks this is Branson Salvation Army’s first time to top …

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