Day: March 2, 2021

Software Glitch Causes Confusion During State Wide Tornado Drill

by: Beth Finello, Ozarks First A Wireless Emergency Alert was sent to your phone early Tuesday morning said there was a tornado warning. That was not the case. Instead, it was part of a statewide tornado drill. However, this did cause some confusion. Steve Runnels, the Warning Coordination Meteorologist with the National Weather Service in …

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Harrison CVB Director Talks Easing Restrictions, Hot Air Balloons

by: JonChristopher Collins Explore Harrison’s Executive Director Matt Bell spoke with “Around The Table” on KHOZ Monday about upcoming festivities. Bell talked about the state’s COVID-19 restrictions being lifted. “Our restaurants can breathe now.” He said he is thankful that all of their restaurants survived. Talking about the smaller restaurants in the area, Bell said, …

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Applications Being Accepted for Affordable Housing Development

by: Scott McCaulley Applications are being accepted for a new Affordable Housing Development in the Branson Area. Elevate Communities is a tiny home community that is in development thanks to grants secured by Elevate Branson, who’s Director Bryan Stallings tells KRZK’s “The Upside” Program Monday the qualifications and timeline for the project, saying that with …

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