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A 7 lb. 2 oz boy baby was born last night to Devon and Preston Forsyth at the Monett Hospital.  Baby and mother are doing fine.  The baby's name is Henry James Forsyth.

New Business in Town! Bridgeway Plaza is growing and it offers something for guys and gals! Check out our advertisers.

New Business in Town!  Bridgeway Plaza is growing and it offers something for guys and gals!    Check out our advertisers.

Laveda Berry, Don Berry, owners of Keep Fishin' and Keep Catchin' and Manager, Cliff Harmon Don Berry's Keep Fishin' and Keep Catchin' Bait and Tackle is the newest and most tackle-stocked business in Shell Knob.  The business is based on a fishing family joining forces with a spirit and wine sales representative and the result is a tackle store [...]

CORPS LIFTS TABLE ROCK LAKE SHORELINE MORATORIUM

CORPS LIFTS TABLE ROCK LAKE SHORELINE MORATORIUM

In Driver, Laurie T CIV USARMY CESWL (US) <Laurie.T.Driver@usace.army.mil> 3:06 PM (2 hours ago) to Laurie published as posted to our account. Release No: 92-17 Release: Immediately June 9, 2017 Contact:  Miles [...]

Another new business is finding Shell Knob’s Bridgeway Plaza home.

Cliff Harmon will be the manager of Don Berry's new fishing tackle, bait shop, beer and etc located where the old Beauty Shop was located next to the Laundry.  Keep your eyes open. Don Berry is a renowned fisherman and businessman.  Cliff has had two years experience managing the bait, lures, tackle , beer, wine sales at the old Country Fresh [...]

CORPS INCREASES RELEASES THROUGH SPILLWAY AT TABLE ROCK DAM

CORPS INCREASES RELEASES THROUGH SPILLWAY AT TABLE ROCK DAM

CORPS INCREASES RELEASES THROUGH SPILLWAY AT TABLE ROCK DAM BRANSON, Mo. – The Army Corps of Engineers, Little Rock District will increase spillway releases at noon today from Table Rock Dam. This morning all 10 spillway gates will be opened to one-half foot releasing about 6,300 cubic feet per second in addition to the 9,700 c.f.s. [...]

Reading; Use it or lose it! Summer Reading Program received large donation from Ray Ritchey,local retired Business Man

The Barry-Lawrence Regional Library is expecting another successful Summer Reading program.  Each year thousands of children, teens, and adults enjoy the wide variety of reading programs sponsored by the area libraries.  Because of generous local donations and grants the library here in Shell Knob is able to provide incentives, giveaways, guest [...]

Go To www.swl-usace.army.mil for the latest information regarding news about the dams in S.W. Missouri

Laurie.T.Driver@usace.army.mil CORPS DECREASES RELEASES THROUGH SPILLWAY AT TABLE ROCK DAM BRANSON, Mo. - The Army Corps of Engineers, Little Rock District decreased spillway releases at 8 a.m. today from Table Rock Dam. This morning 10 spillway gates have been closed to 2 feet releasing 26,400 cubic feet per second in addition to the [...]

Multi-Species Fishing Tournament Sponsored by Shell Knob Fishing Tournament

Multi-Species Fishing Tournament     The Shell Knob Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a multi-species fishing tournament on Table Rock Lake, Saturday May 20, 2017. This is a fun tournament designed for all fishing abilities and ages. Entrants are encouraged to fish with family members or friends. A multi-species tournament is a different [...]

Dogwood Trails Garden Club Wins! reported by Rita Hlasney

Dogwood Trails Garden Club Wins! reported by Rita Hlasney

Several members of the Dogwood Trail Garden Club attended the Federated Garden Club's Southwest District spring meeting in Branson, Mo. Dogwood Trail Garden Club was honored as the "Garden Club of the Year" for 2016 for all their club involvement and community projects. A check for $50 was presented to Becky Caddell, Club President for 2017. [...]

FALLING LAKE LEVELS PROMPT CORPS TO URGE CAUTION

NEWS RELEASE  FALLING LAKE LEVELS PROMPT CORPS TO URGE CAUTION LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Officials of the Army Corps of Engineers urge boaters, dock owners and visitors at its White River Basin lakes to take extra safety measures because of low lake levels.  Cold weather has fueled demand for hydroelectricity from five Corps dams in the basin. [...]

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