Day: March 13, 2021

Harrison Moves on to 4A Championship Game, Other Postseason Results

by: Scott McCaulley The Harrison Lady Goblins moves on to the 4A State Basketball Championship after a 54-48 win over host Morrilton in the semi-finals Saturday morning. The Goblins, who secured the game making nine free throws in the fourth quarter, were led in scoring by Alex Hill with 22 points. The Lady Goblins will …

Harrison Moves on to 4A Championship Game, Other Postseason Results Read More »

Two Lakes Area Wrestlers Medal In State Meets

by: Scott McCaulley Two Lakes Area Wrestlers medal in the Missouri State Wrestling Championships completed this past week in Independence. On Friday, Branson’s  Kyshin Isringhausen finishes second in Class 3 in the 126 Weight Class dropping the Championship Match to Gavin Linsman  of Whitfield 9-4. Irsinghausen finishes the season with a record of 34-3. On …

Two Lakes Area Wrestlers Medal In State Meets Read More »

College of the Ozarks to End Association with the NAIA

by: Scott McCaulley The College of the Ozarks Women’s Basketball Team made their 27th appearance in the NAIA Women’s Basketball Tournament, losing in the opening round to Northwestern of Iowa. It also appears to be the Lady Bobcats last NAIA Tournament appearance as on Friday, the school announced the decision to end its relationship with …

College of the Ozarks to End Association with the NAIA Read More »

Branson, Hollister Teachers Get Vaccinated for COVID-19

by: Jacob Blount, Ozarks First Some teachers and staff members in Southern Missouri are some of the first of those in the education system have received their COVID-19 vaccines. Two clinics on Friday, March 12, vaccinated more than 300 people from the Branson School District and Hollister Schools. Teachers, administrators and bus drivers were given …

Branson, Hollister Teachers Get Vaccinated for COVID-19 Read More »

Ozark County Sheriff Asks for Help in Locating Suspects

From: KTLO The Ozark County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in locating four suspects. Ozark County Sheriff Cass Martin says the quartet are all wanted on felony charges. William Thomas Hill is wanted on charges of domestic assault, unlawful possession of a firearm, unlawful use of a firearm and unlawful use of …

Ozark County Sheriff Asks for Help in Locating Suspects Read More »

Newt Gingrich Speaks at C of O Spring Forum on Free Enterprise

Press Release and Picture Courtesy of College of the Ozarks College of the Ozarks hosted the 2021 Spring Forum on Free Enterprise on March 9, 2021, virtually and at The Keeter Center on the College campus. This year, administrators chose the Honorable Newt Gingrich as the keynote speaker for the Spring Forum on Free Enterprise. …

Newt Gingrich Speaks at C of O Spring Forum on Free Enterprise Read More »

Three Years in Prison for Bull Shoals Man After Probation Revoked

by: Philip Launius, KTLO A Bull Shoals man has been sentenced to three years in prison after having his probation revoked in a 2019 drug-related case. Fifty-one-year-old Gordon Brian Cox appeared during a session of Baxter County Circuit Court Monday for a hearing on the petition to revoke his suspended sentence. He was put on …

Three Years in Prison for Bull Shoals Man After Probation Revoked Read More »