Day: February 12, 2021

Harrison Boys, Branson Girls Finish Early in Posting Friday Wins

by: Scott McCaulley For two teams that have struggled during the season, both the Harrison Boys and Branson Girls finished their Friday nights early picking up wins. For the Goblins, they open play in the 4A-1 Conference Tournament by getting a mercy rule home win over Gentry 64-26 avenging a loss during the Regular Season. …

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Branson Chamber Presents Marketing Plan, Budget Approved

by: JonChristopher Collins On Tuesday the Branson Chamber of Commerce/CVB presented the Marketing Plan and Budget for 2021 to the Board of Aldermen. Chief Marketing Officer Rachel Wood presented the 2021 marketing plan to the Board of Aldermen on Tuesday. “Before COVID-19 upended the tourism economy around the globe, Branson had set an all-time visitation …

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Newton County Sheriff’s Office, Community Mourning Loss of Deputy

From: KTLO Members of the Newton County Sheriff’s Office and the community are mourning the loss of Sgt. Jeremiah Harper following an accident at the officer’s home. A social media posting from the department says 30-year-old Harper started his career with the law enforcement agency in September 2014 under former Sheriff Keith Slape. Sgt. Harper …

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Member of Public Works Office Named Branson Employee of the Month

by: JonChristopher Collins City of Branson recognized Cheryl Harrison as Employee of the Month on Tuesday. Harrison is the Office Specialist of Public Works/Engineering for the City. Branson Alderman Bob Simmons presented the award to Harrison. “Cheryl is receiving this award due to her dedication during the Christmas season. She spends hours of her own …

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Cox Employees Improve Bereavement Room Thanks to Skaggs Foundation Grant

Press Release It’s a room no one wants to visit, but for those who do, it’s now a more calming, peaceful place. Following a very tough conversation with a grieving family last year, Cox Medical Center Branson Emergency Room Social Worker Peggy Seidl decided it was time to make improvements to the Bereavement Room. “This …

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