Tornado siren in Sparta didn't sound off

Mon Oct 21 20:52:55 PDT 2019

Tornado siren in Sparta didn't sound off

The siren is an old model that needs to be cranked by hand to power up.

Wintry weather falling in the Ozarks

Slick spots are developing. Drive with caution!

Taste of the Ozarks: French Toast Muffins

Make an extra batch now and freeze for an easy holiday breakfast.

Fire damages business in Branson West, Mo.

Firefighters are investigating a fire at a south of Branson West business Sunday night.

Springfield-Greene County Library District uses rare technology to teach history

The Library Center is one of two libraries with a Magic Box in the United States.

 

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