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Shakin’ in the Shell 2018 Promises Classic Cars, Casino Party and Dog Show Written By Clyde Lobb

Shakin’ in the Shell 2018 Promises Classic Cars, Casino Party and Dog Show Written By Clyde Lobb

Tom Braum, MC of the Ugly Dog Contest, shares the stage with Willa Wultz, Owner of The Haven of the Ozarks Photo by Paula Andersen Kids enjoy the "Bouncibles" Photo by Paula Andersen The 2018 Shakin’ in the Shell and Classic and Custom Car, Truck and Motorcycle Show takes place beginning Friday evening September 14 and continues all day [...]

Memorial Day Merchants Review for Shell Knob plus Reading is for Leaders

So far I have made it through 5 businesses on the Plaza and the news has been VERY good.  Traffic was lively, comments overheard over the weekend were like;" I didn't know Shell Knob had such nice stuff, etc.  I have been looking for one of these for two years and here it is. . .    This Harter's is awesome, the people are so nice."  So all [...]

www.swl.usace.army.mil/Missions/Recreation/Water-Safety/. Notice

COLD WATER CAN BE DANGEROUS FOR UNPREPARED BOATERS LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Memorial Day weekend is almost here and many folks will be hitching up their boats and heading for the water.  But the Army Corps of Engineers advises boaters to first take some precautions. Check out and service your trailer, boat, motor and other equipment.  After a [...]

St. Patrick’s Day Parade for the 9th or 10th year

St. Patrick’s Day Parade for the 9th or 10th year

Oh Well!  Who cares which one. . .9th or 10th parade, as it is all done in Fun. Double Click on Photo to see details! All ready to getty up and go! Bernard and Charlie  

Shell Knob Chamber Dinner was “A Buzzing Affair”

Shell Knob Chamber Dinner was “A Buzzing Affair”

The Community building was decorated with colorful Bees and Flowers. The Chamber Executive Director Twilia Harrison selected an excellent menu of Beef Brisket, mashed potatoes,  Gravy, Chicken, Corn, and Hot Rolls The tables were filled with flowers and business prizes and gifts for attendees.  Dave Fielder was awarded the LIFETIME [...]

Friends of Library Meeting

Friends of Library Meeting

Shell Knob Friends of the Library Follow us On Facebook! President - Anita Augustine Vice President - OPEN - Jennie VanHook, Acting VP Secretary - Michelle Mosley Treasurer - Jennie VanHook Social Media Administrators - Danasia Hayes/Jennie VanHook  

Shell Knob Senior Center Receives Eagles Grant

Shell Knob Senior Center Receives Eagles Grant

Picture Left to RightLinda Scherer, Jerry Lawrence, Eagles, Terri Johnson. Senior Center Administrator, Wes Scherer, Jerry Arnold CEO/CCO SKSI, Jeff Harp Communications SKSI, Mike Funnell, Eagles Front Row, Leigh Ann Owen, Susan Dick, Eagles President, Kay Standley, Eagles Central Crossing Senior Center Receives Eagles Grant Despite its [...]

Table Rock Lake Breaks Record for Low Levels due to Energy Demands

CORPS CAUTIONS DOCK OWNERS ABOUT FALLING LAKE LEVELS ON WHITE RIVER LAKES LITTLE ROCK, Ark.  - The extremely cold weather is fueling demand for hydroelectricity at our White River dams.  This power demand and the lack of significant rainfall will result in a continual lowering of the lake levels in coming days and possibly weeks. As a [...]

“Art in the Parking Lot” is a Rare Gem of an Idea and Shell Knob Residents Respond

“Art in the Parking Lot” is a Rare Gem of an Idea and Shell Knob Residents Respond

View of Mike Brown's awesome woodcarving items in his tent. Visitors take a seat and enjoy the view. Mike is standing in the white shirt. The cool weather made the displays easy to peruse and shop. The Red Barn seemed especially well-suited for this event.  There was a room inside for hanging larger art pieces and sculpture.  The Red [...]

More News from the Corps of Engineers

CORPS ADVISES RESIDENTS THAT PERMISSION IS REQUIRED PRIOR TO ANY BURNING ON PUBLIC LANDS BRANSON, Mo. - Army Corps of Engineers officials remind those who would like to help clean up and burn debris around the shoreline left by flooding at Table Rock Lake that they must first contact the duty ranger for permit and instructions before burning [...]

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