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Man Sentenced in 2018 Ozark County Murder Case

From: Ozarks First A murder suspect in Ozark County knows how long he will spend in prison after pleading guilty to reduced charges. Tylor Rynard was sentenced to 25 years for second-degree murder and 25 years for first-degree robbery, those will run concurrently. He and two others are accused of killing 73-year-old Lawrence Brostedt in …

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On-Site, Virtual Options for Hollister Rotary Club Trivia Night Fundraiser

by: Scott McCaulley The Rotary Club of Hollister will have a new option for participating in this year’s Trivia Night event. Laurie Hayes with the Hollister Rotary Club was on a recent edition of the “Mornings with Josh Grisham” Program on MY 100.1 to explain how people can participate in the event scheduled for the …

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Searcy County Man Escapes Injury in Central Missouri Traffic Crash

by: Scott McCaulley A Searcy County Man driving a truck through Central Missouri escapes without injury after a pick-up truck hits it while trying to turn onto a highway. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports the accident happened during the Noon Hour Monday in Cole County on U.S. Highway 54 near Jefferson City when the …

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Reeds Spring School Foundation Scholarship Winners Announced

Press Release 26 Reeds Spring High School graduates received scholarships that will allow them to continue their education. Those scholarships, totaling $46,000, came from the Reeds Spring School Foundation. To apply, students had to write an essay and go through an interview with foundation board members. The scholarships range in value from $250-$5,000. Since 2011, …

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Four More Deaths in Taney County Due to COVID-19

by: Chris Six, Ozarks First The Taney County Health Department has announced four people have died from COVID-19. According to a press release, the four deaths are connected to nursing homes in the county. “We are sorry to announce four additional COVID-19 deaths of Taney County residents.” states Lisa Marshall, Director of the Taney County …

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Marion County Quorum Court to Look At Budget Expected to Include Questions About Sheriff Department Cuts

Compiled From Stories by KTLO Tonight’s Marion County Quorum Court meeting may have some fireworks as the court continues to deal with budget shortfalls forcing each department to make cuts. KTLO, Classic Hits and The Boot news aired a story Tuesday morning with information from Marion County Sheriff Clinton Evans saying he will lose nine …

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Harrison Officials Target Fall Groundbreaking for New Public Safety/City Hall Building

by: Scott McCaulley The City of Harrison is moving forward with their plans for a new Public Safety Building on Industrial Park Drive that will also include a new home for City Hall and other City Offices including the Fire Department. Harrison Public Works Director Wade Phillips was a guest on a recent edition of …

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