Day: January 30, 2021

Share the Harvest Provides Nearly 10,000 Pounds of Food to Area Pantries

by: Scott McCaulley A program to help stock Food Pantries in the region with Deer Meat donates nearly 10,000 of meet during the recently completed Hunting Season. The Missouri Department of Conservation administers the program which allows hunters that have Deer Meat leftover after hunting to have it processed at no cost to them thanks …

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HS Basketball: Harrison Sweeps, Other Friday Results, Tournament Wrap-ups Today

The Harrison Goblins celebrate Senior Night with a pair of wins. The Lady Goblins held off a couple of charges by visiting Pea Ridge to remain undefeated getting a 48-43 win while the Goblins had a big night to grab their second win of the season defeating Pea Ridge 74-49. Friday Scores Boys Harrison 74  …

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CoxHealth and Hollister Schools Continue Program for Teacher Screenings

by: Jacob Blount, Ozarks First The Hollister School District has partnered with CoxHealth for the last three years to perform health risk assessments for their teachers and staff members. Sandy Leech, the Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning at Hollister Schools, said this program may be more important than ever before. “We know that COVID …

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Federal Complaint Filed Against Taney County Couple For Child Pornography

by: Christina Randall A federal criminal complaint was filed on Friday, Jan. 29, against two people in Taney County. Mark John Millman, 36, and Tara Sau Millman,42, are facing federal charges for producing child porn. Authorities were tipped off after seeing online messages posted by Mark. On Thursday, Jan 28, the couple’s home was searched …

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Marion County Woman Jailed Following Shooting Incident

From: KTLO A Marion County woman, 23-year-old Meghan D. Cain of Flippin, is being held on a felony charge of aggravated assault following a shooting incident earlier this month. According to the probable cause affidavit, officers from the Marion County sheriff’s deputies responded to a 911 call on the afternoon of Jan. 11 reporting a …

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Faith Community Health Names New Board Members

Press Release Faith Community Health (FAiTH), a Branson charitable clinic serving uninsured and underserved residents, announces the election of six new members to its board of directors. Tom Willcox, Board Chairman, expresses his appreciation for the new members. “We are blessed with some great additions to an already strong board as Faith Community Health pursues …

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