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firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Summertime is finally here, and parking lots at places like Bass Pro and Fantastic Caverns are teeming with tourists. It’s a welcome sight following a few flat years for the tourism industry in the Ozarks. “Obviously, if...
Tags: History (tv network), Travel
email@example.comEUREKA SPRINGS, Ark. -- There is a housing problem here. People who take care of tourists visiting Eureka Springs say they can't afford to live here. More landlords, they say, cater to vacationers and are tightening up the rental market. Eureka...
Tags: Memorial Day, Rentals, Labor Day, Travel
SPRINGFIELD -- Governor Jay Nixon was in the Queen City on Saturday morning to help kick off the 100 Missouri Miles Challenge. The challenge encourages people to complete 100 Missouri miles of physical activity by the end of the year. The call to...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Three state park swimming beaches are temporarily closed for water quality issues. The state park beaches at Harry S Truman in Warsaw, Lake of the Ozarks in Osage Beach and Mark Twain in Florida are closed following results of...
Tags: Environmental Issues, Sports, Water, Mark Twain, Swimming
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - Swimming season is returning, and most beaches at Missouri state parks will be open for the Memorial Day weekend. The Department of Natural Resources reports two beaches will remain closed for the opening weekend. The day-...
Tags: Memorial Day, Harry S. Truman, Sports, Swimming, Travel
firstname.lastname@example.orgWARSAW, Mo. - Missouri State Parks officials have postponed the opening of the day-use beach at Harry S. Truman State Park due to high E. coli levels. The campground swimming beach is still scheduled to open May 24 and will be open to all visitors....
email@example.comSpringfield, Mo. -- One hundred years ago this weekend, the Springfield-Greene County Park Board was born. That's when city leaders began looking for land to buy and build new parks. "We come here a lot," said Misty DeLong, a mother of a two-year-old,...
Tags: Gardens and Parks, Travel
BALTIMORE (AP) - Royal Caribbean officials say more than 2,200 cruise passengers from a ship that caught fire at sea are expected back in Baltimore where the trip began. The cruise line says it's making arrangements for 11 charter flights to take...
firstname.lastname@example.orgStorm Shelters save lives, but many people don’t have them because they are simply too expensive. After witnessing the damage from the Joplin tornado, Russel Gehrke made it his mission to provide storm shelters to Joplin tornado survivors that can't...
Many people know Stan Musial as the most popular player ever on the St. Louis Cardinals, but what most people might not know is that he played minor league ball right here in the Queen City. White City Park (bordered by Boonville Avenue, Campbell...
email@example.comHOLLISTER, Mo. -- Plans are underway to revamp some coveted lakefront property on the edge of Hollister. It's a big piece of the tourism puzzle for a small town trying to reinvent itself. The place where the cool waters of Lake Taneycomo intersect with...
Tags: House Building, Travel
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Officials from state and federal agencies, local communities and businesses, and non-profit organizations announced the designation of the White River and its entire basin or watershed, as a National Blueway. The announcement was...
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