Day: January 26, 2021

Winter Weather Advisory in Effect for Wednesday Morning

by: Scott McCaulley Motorist in the Ozarks could have their Morning Commute impacted by Winter Precipitation. A Winter Weather Advisory will be in effect for all of the Arkansas and Missouri Lakes Region through most of Wednesday Morning. Snowfall amounts of up to an inch will be possible with possible higher amounts in higher terrain …

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Cassville Superintendent to Take Over Same Position in Bolivar

by: JonChristopher Collins and Scott McCaulley Richard Asbill, Cassville’s Superintendent of Schools, submits his resignation during a Special Meeting of the Board of Education this week to accept a similar position with the Bolivar School District. His resignation is effective at the end of the 2020-2021 school year. According to a post on the Bolivar …

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CBCO Continues to Urge Blood Donations, Three Drives Coming Up in Lakes Region

by: Scott McCaulley The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks has three Blood Drives in the Lakes Region over the next two days as the CBCO continues to ask donors to give blood as the number of donations have decreased during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Chris Pilgrim, Communications Director for the CBCO on Monday’s “Ozarks Now” …

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State Guidelines Guides City of Hollister Policies During COVID-19 Pandemic

by: Scott McCaulley During the COVID-19 Pandemic, the City of Hollister has followed the lead of the state of Missouri in dealing with the crisis according to the Hollister’s City Administrator. Rick Ziegenfuss was a guest on Monday’s “Ozarks Now” Program on KRZK and said they used that approach after careful consideration and input from …

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Missouri Officials Dispute CDC Low Ranking for State on COVID-19 Vaccinations

by: Francis Lin, Ozarks First New data from the CDC shows Missouri is last in the country to vaccinate residents. Governor Mike Parson and local health leaders are disputing that rating. Less than 4% of Missouri residents have gotten the COVID-19 vaccine with the national average of 5.6%. Steve Edwards, president and CEO of CoxHealth, …

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