How’s this for a sign of the times? The city of Branson this summer installed two solar-powered stop signs.
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Tags: Albany, branson, Kansas City, LED, Louisiana, Signs-America, solar-powered stop sign, SolarPath, StarCom Solar
Tags: branson, cintas, restroom, shoji tabuchi
Who would’ve thought a bathroom could garner so much attention?
The Shoji Tabuchi Theatre in Branson is once again in the spotlight for its public restrooms. Continue reading ‘Branson: Home of America’s Best Restroom’
My name is Jeremy, and I love game shows.
It sounds like the beginning of a 12-step program, but it’s the truth.
Tags: branson, Publishing
Whitaker Publishing is adding a sixth magazine to its growing list of publications.
Tags: branson, diet, fitness, nutrition, obesity, Skaggs Regional Health Center, Trim the Fat, weight loss
Maria’s weight update: -2.2 pounds; total: -10.4 pounds
For those who are trying to lose weight, watching others progress on the same journey can have one of two effects: jealousy or motivation. Because I think jealousy is an unhealthy emotion, I try always to look for the motivation and the lessons that can come from others’ successes on the journey to better health.
When I learned that a group of 44 people in Branson lost a combined 931 pounds during Hometown Radio’s Lighten Up for Life Challenge Two, which ended this month, I was intrigued.
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The climactic revelation of the airline company that will serve Branson Airport in May will take place Thursday morning at 10. Airport officials have released to the media their plans to name the national carrier this week.
“You won’t want to miss it,” says Gene Conrad, the airport’s deputy director of marketing and air service development. “And bring a camera.”
Tags: branson, Entertainment, Television
Branson comedian Yakov Smirnoff – the fifth and final executive featured in Springfield Business Journal’s Day in the Life series – has high hopes for his TV talk show pilot, which airs at 9 p.m. Saturday on KY3.
Tags: branson, election, politics
Roger Cohen, op-ed columnist for The New York Times, is traversing Missouri to gauge just how Election Day could go next month. He calls the Show Me State “America miniaturized,” because of its ability to vote for the winner in every presidential election since 1904, with the exception of 1956.
Today, we get Cohen’s take on Branson.