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Taney County Republican Group Uses Videos to Fill the Gap After COVID-19 Cancelled Candidate Event

by: Scott McCaulley The Taney County Federated Republican Women’s Group found a different way this Election Year to let voters meet the Republican Primary Candidates. In past years, the group has held forums and meet and greats to let voters know the people they will be voting. Group member Pam Snowden, in an interview that …

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Pre-School in Cassville Closed After Positive COVID-19 Case

Press Release The Barry County Health Department is reporting that two persons (1-adult and 1-child) at the God’s Little Kingdom Preschool in Cassville have tested positive for COVID-19. The cases are a result of community spread. Both persons are under an isolation order and are recovering at home, all close contacts will be under quarantine. …

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More Possible COVID-19 Cases Involving Kanakuk Kamps

by: Scott McCaulley As the clean-up and countdown to reopening Kanakuk Kamps K-2 Camp in Stone County continues after the COVID-19 Outbreak close the current session down at that facility, reports are beginning to surface of a possible COVID-19 Case at one of the Taney County Camps. Hometown Daily News was one of several media …

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Taney County, Carroll County Report Deaths From COVID-19, Boone County Numbers Increase

by: Scott McCaulley The Thursday Update from the Taney County Health Department includes the announcement of a third death from the COVID-19 Virus. TCHD reports the victim was a woman in her 80’s. TCHD reports the current number of cases in the county to be at 112 with 61 active. More information on locations visited …

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MSHP Works Noontime Accident on Highway 65

by: Scott McCaulley Motorist heading toward Branson on Highway 65 during the Noon Hour Thursday had to work their way around a three-vehicle traffic accident. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports the accident occurred when a vehicle driven by 32-year-old Micah Jesson of Ozark hit a vehicle driven by 48-year-old Tommy Thorton of Springfield in …

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Branson Follows Health Department’s Lead in Requiring Face Masks in City Buildings

by: Scott McCaulley The City of Branson Administration has joined other area government entities in requiring people entering their facilities to wear Face Coverings or Masks to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Communications Manager for the City of Branson Melody Pettit on Thursday’s “At Your Service” Program said the leadership of Health Organizations, especially …

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