Lady Pirates believe they have another turnaround in them

March 10, 2017 | Sports
Branson was turbo-clocked by Springfield Kickapoo a year ago and came back to beat the Lady Chiefs this season. ...read more Source:: Branson Tri-Lakes – Sports
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NWS Deploys Survey Team to Confirm Tornado Touchdown

March 10, 2017 | Latest News
by Tim Church SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Thursday night's storm system leaves behind a trail of damage across many counties in Southwest Missouri. Drew Albert, Meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Springfield shares some insight into the storm and damage, most notably the unconfirmed tornado touchdown in Barry County that left one home destroyed just three miles east of Butterfield: http://dehayf5mhw1h7.cloudfront.net/wp-content
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Crane, Valley Springs Play For Titles, Branson Looks To Advancee

March 10, 2017 | Latest News
by: Scott McCaulley Two Area Teams are vying for State Basketball Championships this weekend. In Arkansas the Valley Springs Tigers will have a rematch of their Regional Final as the Lady Tigers take on Hoxie in the 1A Girls Title Game. Valley Springs lost to Hoxie in the Regional Final at Mountain View last weekend. Today's game in Hot Springs starts at 5:15. In Missouri, the Crane Pirates rallied to win their State Semi-final Game in Columbia a
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NAIA Second Round Schedule

March 10, 2017 | Latest News
Men 8:30 Cornerstone vs. Saint Francis 10:15 NW Christian s. IU-East 12:00 Indiana Wesleyan vs. Northwestern 1:45 Tabor vs. Robert Morris 4:00 Bellevue vs. York 5:45 Bethel vs. Eastern Oregon 7:30 Trinity International vs. Taylor 9:15 Union vs. College of Idaho Women 8:30 Davenport vs. Jamestown 10:15 Concordia vs. Cardinal Stritch 12:00 St. Francis (Ill) vs Tabor 1:45 Dakota Wesleyan vs. Eastern Oregon 3:30 Southeastern vs. Nothwetern 5:15 Maria
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Lady Bobcats Move On To Second Round

March 10, 2017 | Latest News
Story provided by Jake Knabel, NAIA Assistant Media Coordinator SIOUX CITY, Iowa – Thursday evening's first-round matchup at the NAIA Division II Women's Basketball Championships featured one side with 35 all-time national tournament wins and another still seeking its first. Perennially powerful College of the Ozarks (Mo.) made it a runaway while getting a dominant performance from sophomore Kelsie Cleeton. Seeded second, the Lady Bobcats elim
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Johnson caps 11-0 spurt as Lady 'Cats roll

March 10, 2017 | Sports
SIOUX CITY, Iowa — No team has been to the NAIA D-II Women's National Tournament as many times as College of the Ozarks. ...read more Source:: Branson Tri-Lakes – Sports
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EFB Announces Partnership with Starlite Theatre and KOLR 10

March 10, 2017 | Latest News
Drive at 5 Host Susan Wise and Morning Show Host Rob McBee Interviewing Sir Harry Cowell during 102.9 The Z's first broadcasting from The Starlite Theatre. by Tim Church BRANSON, Mo. – Branson media conglomerate Earls Family Broadcasting officially announces its new partnerships with both The Starlite Theatre and KOLR 10 on Thursday, during a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the opening of the newly renovated Starlite Theatre. Appro
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Registration Opens for Skaggs Golf Classic Tournament

March 10, 2017 | Latest News
by Tim Church BRANSON, Mo. – The Skaggs Foundation announces registration is open for its annual Skaggs Classic Charity Golf Tournament this summer. For this year's tournament, golfers will not only get to enjoy one Branson golf course, but two. On Friday, June 9th, the tournament will kick-off with a 1 p.m. shotgun start at Thousand Hills Golf Resort. Then on Saturday, June 10th, all sponsors of five-thousand-dollars or more will be t
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Meeting Announced to Discuss Buffalo Watershed

March 10, 2017 | Latest News
by Shannon Cay JASPER, Ark. – A public meeting to discuss the voluntary watershed based management plan for the Buffalo River Watershed is set for the end of the month in Jasper. Tony Ramick with the Arkansas Natural Resources Commission says this is the second of four meetings held over the next several months as the commission and the Beautiful Buffalo River Action Committee work together to develop a plan to uphold water quality for the
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Former Marshall Teacher No Longer Facing Charges

March 10, 2017 | Latest News
by Shannon Cay MARSHALL, Ark. – A lack of evidence clears a former Marshall, Arkansas school teacher accused of having sexual relations with three 17-year-olds. Court records show the case has been closed against 32-year-old Breonna Eddings. According to the state prosecutor's office, this is due to law enforcement not finding enough evidence to proceed with the case during a subsequent investigation. The affidavit in this case reads that
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