AAA Continues to Move Forward to Start Fall Sports on Schedule

by: Scott McCaulley As the High School Golf season has began in Arkansas this week, efforts from the Arkansas Activities Association are continuing to move ahead with other Fall Sports this season. Lance Taylor, Executive Director of AAA, joined the “Community Partyline” program on BOOTZ Country Thursday said that the committee Governor Asa Hutchinson tasked …

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Stone County Begins Second Phase of Cares Act Funding

Press Release Stone County will begin accepting applications from non-profit organizations in its second phase of distributing funds from the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), said Sheila Thomas, President/CEO of Table Rock Lake Chamber of Commerce. The County Commission contracted with the Chamber to manage the funds distribution process. The application …

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Lawsuit Filed Against Branson Regarding Mask Ordinance

From: Ozarks First A lawsuit has been filed against the City of Branson and four Board of Aldermen regarding the face mask ordinance, according to a press release from Attorney Kristi Fulnecky. The lawsuit claims that the ordinance “infringes on the right to privacy of all individuals who live in and visit Branson.” Bo Dejager, …

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Lawsuit Filed in Shooting Death of Branson Man at Buffalo National River

From: KTLO/Associated Press The family of a camper shot and killed by a Park Ranger at the Buffalo National River in Arkansas three years ago filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the federal government. Thirty-four-year-old Jonathan Bolger of Branson died at the Spring Creek Campground in Searcy County in August 2017 after he was shot by …

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Familiar, New Faces to Run for Harrison Council Seats

by: Scott McCaulley As the Sign-up Period for Municipal Races in Arkansas expired Wednesday at Noon, the look of the Ballot for the November Election comes into focus. In Harrison, one City Council Incumbent will have a challenger for his seat at Ward 1 Position 1 Council Member Chris Head will face opponent Jeremy Ragland …

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One Injured in Traffic Crash on Fall Creek Road

by: Scott McCaulley A man is injured when his SUV overturned during the Noon Hour Wednesday. The Missouri State Highway Patrol worked the accident on Fall Creek Road west of Branson in which 71-year-old Kenneth Medewell of Branson sustained moderate injuries when the SUV ran off the roadway and overturned. Medewell was transported to Cox …

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Arvest Bank Announces Charity of the Year Recipients

Press Release Arvest Bank in North Central Arkansas recently announced the winners of its 2020 Charity of the Year award. A local non-profit organization from each of Baxter, Boone, and Marion counties was selected and are as follows: Mountain Home Food Basket in Baxter County; Bikers Against Child Abuse Buffalo River Chapter in Boone County; …

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