Day: May 26, 2021

Stone County Sheriff’s Office Seeking Help in Identifying Suspect

by: Scott McCaulley The Stone County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying a man who broke into the Rustic Timbers Furniture Company in Notch over the weekend. Security Camera Footage caught a picture of the person in the store on Sunday. Sheriff’s Officials are asking anyone who might know the person …

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Harrison Police Talk Safe Driving for the Holiday Weekend, National Law Enforcement Week

by: JonChristopher Collins Harrison Police Chief Chris Graddy and Officer Michael Toland spoke with “Around the Table” on KHOZ Tuesday about what the department is doing. Graddy encouraged listeners to be careful and respectful while driving on Memorial Day weekend. He said the City will be doing checkpoints soon. Graddy also discussed National Law Enforcement …

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Branson School District Names Two New Assistant Principals

by: Scott McCaulley The Branson School District has named new Assistant Principals for their Cedar Ridge Campus for the coming school year. Cedar Ridge’s New Elementary Assistant Principal will be Kendra Scott, who current works in the District’s Special Services Office and has also been a Special Education Teacher at the High School. Meanwhile, Nathan …

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Branson Lodging Business Surging Ahead of Memorial Day Weekend

by: Jacob Blount and Ivie Macy, Ozarks First Many lodging establishments in the live entertainment capital of the world are starting to see a high volume of bookings as families plan their summer vacations. “This is looking like it might be our best year ever.” JIM ALKIRE, CO-OWNER OF AMERICA’S BEST CAMPGROUND Jim Alkire and …

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