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H.S. Baseball-Catholic Advances To Final Four
Catholic baseball moved to the Final Four, and a host of other schools advanced in the state playoffs on Wednesday night.
Wed May 22, 2013
Cirque de Chine shows canceled
The Smoky Mountain show scene appears to be changing once again. If you've tried to book tickets for Cirque de Chine at the Smoky Mountain Palace you were probably disappointed.
Thu May 16, 2013
The Orlando Sentinel
Orlando Fringe review: 'Rhubarb the Bear'
Yeah, he knows that he looks like those famous bears at that theme park down the road.
Wed May 15, 2013
1st day of 2-day Andy Williams...
The late singer's taste ranged from contemporary, impressionist and modern to Latin American and 20th century decorative art and design.
Digital Game Developer
Plumb Nellie Days Bransons Leading Craft Festival For 53 Years & Counting
Visitors to Branson in May will see signs around town and hear stories about a strangely named festival, Plumb Nellie Days.
Tue May 14, 2013
Hollister man to be arraigned on charges stemming from December chase
A man from Hollister will stand trial months after leading officers from several law enforcement agencies on a chase.
Fri May 10, 2013
Genesee Country Express
Kristen Wiig on SNL: 5 Characters We Want to See Her Play and 3 We Don't
Wiig returns as SNL host for the first time Saturday since leaving the show last year, and we are pumped because we've been jonesing for a little bit of veteran talent.
Thu May 09, 2013
Table Rock Lake divers like what they see: clearest water in years
Our weird weather this spring turned out to have one clear advantage. It's a secret that's quickly getting out, as we approach the unofficial start of the lake season.
These new roller coasters will make your head spin
Consider it the summer of the coaster. Theme parks from east to west are unveiling new roller coasters made of wood, steel and a combination of the two that soar through the air and plunge through water.
Wed May 08, 2013
Branson brings out the glitz with its Missouri mountain culture
WASHINGTON , D.C. It's been just over two decades since television's 60 Minutes anointed Branson the "live music capital of the universe" and launched this southern Missouri town into the destination it is today.
Fri May 03, 2013
Springfield ArtsFiesta! moves indoors on Park Central Square
Shake off the snow and enjoy hot mariachi and dancing on Friday night at ArtsFiesta! held indoors 5:45-9:30 p.m., at the Abundant Life Church, 157 Park Central Square.
Thu May 02, 2013
Richmond Daily News
Jo's Jottings: Kiwanis learns about latest developments at Wentworth
At the regular meeting of Kiwanis Club April 23, the program was presented by Joe Aull, vice president of operations at Wentworth Military Academy.
Get Out: What's happening in the Ozarks on Thursday
Admission is $6; available at the door. Free for all government employees. 417-862-5567; springfieldchamber.com * Nixa's Community Prayer Breakfast is 7 to 8 a.m. today at The Bridge, 308 W. Mount Vernon St.
WTHI-TV Terre Haute
The Hollywood Reporter's besta
The Emmy-winning actor will earn $620,000 per episode for the show's 11th season, while Kutcher stays the highest-paid actor on TV at $700,000 per show.
Wed May 01, 2013
Benefit concert planned in Sparta
Familiar to the Sparta community as an employee of Casey's General Store, Smith has been battling bladder cancer.
Another Gem of a Project for FARROW Commercial Construction
FARROW Commercial Construction a nationwide commercial construction company specializing in the hospitality industry has announced a five year engagement with a major timeshare company on behalf of its Homeowners Associations.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Evansville Courier & Press
Mayor tells City Council that Downtown hotel must not be delayed
ERIN MCCRACKEN / COURIER PRESS City Councilman John Friend asks Mayor Lloyd Winnecke about the city's financial report and the predevelopment agreement with HCW of Branson, Mo.
Springfield police say check led to case of stolen IDs
Police say a forged child support check led them to a Springfield man holding nearly $17,000 in checks that did not belong to him.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
The Huffington Post
Pete Dominick: Beware of Comics for Conservation
Comics love irony. So you might think that there would be truckloads of good jokes floating around about our environment.