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Hays Daily News
Excerpts honoring America's veterans
Veterans Day, Nov. 11, has passed, but it still is an issue every day. What can be done to help the veterans of all the wars we have and now are experiencing? My wife and I spent that week in Branson, Mo., where so much is done each year to make veterans feel appreciated.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
The Baxter Bulletin
Linda Masters: Mother Nature axes Branson vacation plans
What a way to spend a vacation! I was on vacation last week, and thanks to Mother Nature, some plans went by the wayside due to the winter storm.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Herschend: Education commissioner has 'unquestioned support' of state board
Peter Herschend, president of the Missouri state Board of Education, today gave Commissioner Chris Nicastro a full vote of confidence, despite mounting calls for her resignation.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Seeing becomes believing on the Polar Express
Illa Kamp has a real train with singing servers, audible bells and passengers in pajamas.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
"Keeping Watch, a Story of the Manger" is the new Christmas-themed children's story book written by Springfield Schools teacher/librarian Shellie Foltz.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Brown Family performs this weekend
The Brown Family has toured the country for the past 13 years in its full-time ministry.
PRLog US Entertainment
Introducing a Branson travel website that builds a community of trusted customers
Dec. 6, 2013 - BRANSON, Mo. -- Morgan Wyatt MyBransonTrip.com Public Relations Specialist firstname.lastname@example.org Introducing a Branson travel website that builds a community of savvy customers, willing to share their experiences.
Douglas County Herald
The Crim family of Reed Springs had Thanksgiving dinner in their home and those helping eat it with Lonnie, Pam, Logan, Alexa and Paola were Bonnie Phipps, Cecilia Edwards, Danny Thurman, Roy and Linda Freeman, Michael and Wendee Freeman, Matt, Madison, Sydnee and Alexis, Cody and Lily Freeman and Ezra, Cody and family was in for the holiday.
RH Silverwood: Light, heavy, fluid, airy, one of a kind
RH Silverwood's instrumentation might suggest "light" fare -- flute, guitar, bass, hand percussion, all acoustic.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Southwest ending Jackson service in June of 2014
Southwest is ending service out of Jackson-Evers International Airport. The airline will no longer fly out of Jackson after June 7, 2014, a company press release said.
Forecast closes Silver Dollar City
For the safety of guests and employees, Silver Dollar City has announced it will not open today due to predicted weather conditions.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Say 'cheese' with dear old St. Nick
Here are a few places your child can visit with Santa: * Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World, 1935 S. Campbell Ave. Photos with Santa are free.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Man Photoshops girl's head on image in Stone County but still accused of child porn
Stone county authorities say a 68-year-old Branson man manipulated images of a young relative -- superimposing the girl's face on the body of a naked adult.
Heart Of America Dairy Expo Announced
The Heart of America Dairy Expo, presented by Hiland Dairy Foods, will be January 23-25 2014 at the Ramada Oasis Hotel and Convention Center in Springfield, Missouri.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Christian sports camp facing sex abuse lawsuits
A Christian sports camp network based in Branson is facing two lawsuits alleging sexual abuse of young male campers by an ex-director who is serving a long prison sentence for sexual abuse of boys.
Police identify couple involved in shooting at Cox South
A longtime Branson real estate agent and his wife were involved in a shooting at Cox South hospital on Saturday that left the man dead and the wife injured.
Branson Pattern Works building destroyed by fire
The Western Taney County Fire District was dispatched to a fire in Hollister on Sunday afternoon that destroyed a building at Branson Pattern Works.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
George Harrison: Sister Got No Part of Fortune
George Harrison's sister Louise harbors no grudge about the meager living she subsists on-nor does she feel slighted that she didn't receive any of the late Beatle's fortune.
Two shops show variety of downtown Branson
This space showcases the wildlife and outdoors painting of Tom Crain and the work of 16 other artists in various media, including jewelry, pottery, duck decoys, collector lures and sculpture.
Branson ready to help you make Christmas memories
With all of the enthusiasm for Christmastime in Branson, it's as if the entertainers and shopkeepers have never grown out of their belief in Santa Claus or lost their fervor for the meaning of Christmas.