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Chance For Snow & Sleet Today

BRANSON, Mo. – Just as the sun started to melt the snow from last weekend’s winter storm, the Ozarks could see more precipitation today in the form of sleet and snow. The National Weather Service in Springfield

Cox Branson Receives PCHM Recognition

BRANSON, Mo. – Cox Medical Center Branson clinics have received recognition from the Patient-Centered Medical Home program. Media Relations Specialist Michelle Leroux explains the goal of Certified Patient-Centered Medical Homes… Research shows medical homes can lead to

Bill Aims to Raise Rural Speed Limit

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A Missouri lawmaker is pushing the pedal to the metal with a new bill that would raise the state’s rural highway speed limit. A Republican state representative from Lamar, Mike Kelley, is asking

Loaves & Fishes On for Tonight

The Loaves & Fishes meal will take place as scheduled this evening at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church in Branson. The meal is served between 5:30 and 6:30 p.m. Loaves & Fishes Coordinator Jim Lawson

Harrison Police Chief Announces Retirement

HARRISON, Ark. – Harrison’s Police Chief, Pat Murphy sent a formal letter to Mayor Jeff Crockett announcing he is retiring from the Police Department. Murphy visited with HometownDailyNews.com: Murphy also said, “Being employed at the Harrison Police

Sign Ignites on 248 Shopping Center

BRANSON, Mo. – The sign above The Wine Co. next to Country Mart on 248 caught fire Wednesday evening around 4:45 p.m. Branson Fire Chief Ted Martin says initial reports suggested much worse: Branson firefighters put out

Wintry Mix Possible Wednesday Night

BRANSON, Mo. – Another round of winter weather could be headed for the Ozarks Wednesday evening. Meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Springfield, Mike Griffin gives the forecast: The Ozarks are currently under a wind chill