Day: January 16, 2021

How Branson Theaters Were Able to Stay Open Despite The Pandemic

by: Jacob Blount, Ozarks First You can’t find a show on Broadway or even on the Las Vegas strip, but there is one location where live entertainment has stayed consistent throughout the pandemic. That place is no other than Branson, Missouri. Mike, Patrick from Grand Country Music Hall says one of the reasons they were …

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Basketball Friday: Wolves Upend Tigers, Berryville/Harrison Split, Other Results

by: Scott McCaulley In High School Basketball Friday night, results included an upset in a Lakes Area rivalry as the Reeds Spring Wolves avenge an earlier loss to Hollister and down the Tigers at home 50-45 pinning only the second loss of the season on the Tigers. The two met in December at the Forsyth …

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Ballparks of America’s Red Roofs are “Going Green”

by: Jacob Blount, Ozarks First Ballparks of America has announced an initiative to install 1300 solar panels on top of multiple buildings throughout the sports complex. “Helping reduce costs will help us allocate those funds and resources towards other on-campus experiences such as field improvements,” said Brad Margolin, the sales and marketing manager for Ballparks …

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