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Over 100 People Gather for Another “Black Lives Matter” Protest in Branson

Story by Scott McCaulley, Pictures by Karen McCaulley For the second week in a row, a group of people rally to support “Black Lives Matter” and do so in front of a Branson Store that specializes in Southern Heritage Items. The people gathered on the sidewalk in front of and across the street from Dixie …

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Agencies Helping Local Groups in Arkansas, Missouri

by: Scott McCaulley In the last week, two organizations have announced grants and funding for several Not-For Profit Agencies for assistance during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The Arkansas Community Foundation recently announced a second phase of recipients for grants. Among the area recipients include the Food Bank of North Central Arkansas to purchase a management system …

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Ozarks Food Harvest Benefits From COVID-19 Relief Funds

From: KTLO The Department of Social Services (DSS) will divide $1.5 million from the Coronavirus Relief Fund among Missouri’s six regional food banks to help meet the needs of the growing number of Missourians who now rely on food assistance. The six regional food banks include Ozarks Food Harvest, serving 28 counties, including those in …

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Newton County Man Charged in Chase Through Boone, Marion Counties

From: KTLO A Newton County man, 43-year-old Chad Timothy Siebert of Jasper, is facing nine charges and violations in connection with a fleeing incident involving law enforcement from Marion and Boone counties. The vehicle being pursued reportedly crashed through two fences, while almost striking a patrol unit. According to the probable cause affidavit released Tuesday, …

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