Day: February 21, 2021

Water Line Issue Forces Harrison Middle School to Go Virtual Monday

by: Scott McCaulley Water Line Breaks impacting the Harrison Middle School Building has prompted School District Officials to move classes Virtual for all Middle School Students on Monday. Superintendent of Schools Dr. Stewart Pratt in a statement released by the school says the water line breaks have impacted both the supply system and the water …

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Two Oklahoma Men In Serious Condition After Falling Through Ice

by: Scott McCaulley Several area agencies join the Missouri State Highway Patrol in working an incident on Swan Creek in Forsyth where two Oklahoma men fell through the ice after attempting to walk across it. According to the MSHP Report, the incident happened around 11:30 Saturday Night with 30-year-old Demarco McCoy and 33-year-old Leo Satepauhoddle, …

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Turpentine Creek Keeps Animals Safe During Cold Weather

by: Jacob Blount, Ozarks First Turpentine Creek is one of many animal caretakers who have worked overtime to ensure their animals are safe from the low temperatures. The wildlife rescue located in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, made it through the freezing temperatures with only some damages to their water lines. However, Tanya Smith, founder of Turpentine …

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Branson Youth Soccer Registration Deadline This Week

by: JonChristopher Collins Branson’s Parks & Recreation Department is open for registrations for spring co-ed Youth and PeeWee Soccer. Youth leagues are available for boys and girls who are between the ages of five and 15. Practice begins on March 8, 2021. Teams will practice once a week; all games will be on Saturdays starting …

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