Day: March 16, 2021

Clarification on PPP/Shuttered Venue Grants Can Help Local Businesses

by: Scott McCaulley Live entertainment businesses in the Branson Area as well as similar businesses around the country faced a difficult decision in choosing one of two programs that could help them during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Previous rules prevented those businesses from seeking relief from both the Payroll Protection Plan and the Shuttered Venue Grant …

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Marion County COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic To Use One Dose Vaccine

From: KTLO The mass COVID-19 vaccination clinic planned for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Marion County Fairgrounds in Summit will feature the one-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Open to all Arkansans in Phase 1-B — including seniors age 65 and over — the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) says the clinic will …

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Taney County Locations Expanding for COVID-19 Vaccinations

  by: Scott McCaulley With many organizations working to get COVID-19 Vaccines out to the community, a new location has been added to the list in Taney County as Vaccine Sites. The Taney County Health Department will now be administering their vaccines at the former VF Outlet Location at the Shoppes at Branson Meadows while …

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Public Forum for Creekside Community Center Proposal Thursday

by: Scott McCaulley The City of Harrison will host a Public Forum at the Old Junior High Building Thursday Evening at 6:00. During the forum, information will be presented about the Creekside Community Center Project which will include information on the two Sale Tax Issues that will go before voters in May to help finance …

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New Boil Order for Part of Water System in Baxter, Marion Counties

From: KTLO The Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) has issued a precautionary boil order for a portion of the Baxter-Marion Rural Water System. The area impacted is for those customers west of the Oakland Community Center to Bull Shoals Lake. The boil order is the result of a main break. ADH says under the boil …

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