Wednesday, August 10th, 2022 2:00pm By JonChristopher Collins Branson government employee Stephen Gilbert was awarded the Employee of the Month Award on Tuesday evening at City Hall during the Board of Aldermen meeting. Alderman Chuck Rodriguez presented Gilbert with the award. “On behalf of the Mayor, Board of Aldermen, City Administrator, and City staff, itContinue reading “Branson IT GIS Analyst is Employee of the Month”
Wednesday, July 13th, 2022 10:38am By JonChristopher Collins Branson Mayor Larry Milton honored Branson Assistant Police Chief Eric Schmitt during Tuesday night’s Board of Aldermen meeting for his recent accomplishment. “Assistant Chief Eric Schmitt graduated from the FBI National Academy on June 9, 2022 as a member of the 282 session,” Milton said. The mayorContinue reading “Branson Mayor Honors Assistant Police Chief for Graduating FBI National Academy”
Wednesday, July 13th, 2022 9:58am By JonChristopher Collins Branson’s Public Works/Engineering Project Manager received the Employee of the Month award on Tuesday. Alderman Marshall Howden presented the award to Roger Clark during Tuesday night’s Board of Aldermen meeting. “Roger was nominated for his work on the Utility Undergrounding on W. 76 Country Blvd. He wasContinue reading “Branson Public Works/Engineering Project Manager is July Employee of the Month”
Friday, June 24th, 2022 11:20am By JonChristopher Collins Branson Police Chief Jeff Matthews spoke Thursday about what can and can’t be done about homelessness and panhandling. He said over the years the courts have looked at solicitation from the viewpoint of Freedom of Speech. “You got to remember that the Constitution was not written forContinue reading “What Police can and Can’t do About Homelessness and Panhandling”
Hello everyone, Unfortunately, I needed to pause the release of part three of my current fictional web series. What was scheduled for release this past Friday will be released this coming Friday. Thank you!
As you know, part three of my current fiction series wasn’t published yesterday. It will be published this coming Friday, June 24. In addition, my future fiction writing will be published every Friday unless there’s an unforeseen circumstance. Thank you!
Wednesday, June 15th, 2022 10:31am By JonChristopher Collins Two Branson Utilities Department employees received the Employee of the Month award on Tuesday. Branson Alderman Ruth Denham presented the award to Utilities Wastewater Treatment Equipment/Plant Operators Kent Edwards and Greg Robertson during the Branson Board of Aldermen meeting. “Kent and Greg are receiving this award dueContinue reading “Two Branson Employees Received Employee of the Month Award”
Note: This is the second part of this new fiction series I’m writing for my website. By JonChristopher Collins “LePage, we did nothing. Look at the windows,” Vance says. Seraphina looks to Vance. “That’s meaningless! You could have shot through the windows,” Thomas says. “Ridiculous. I’ll show you.” Seraphina says. She walks to the window; aContinue reading “The Adventures of Vance James Patrick and Seraphina Claire Mason-Patrick – PART 2”
Thursday, June 2nd, 2022 6:00am By JonChristopher Collins Director of Community Relations for the Skaggs Foundation Mindy Honey told Ozarks DynaCom’s News Department on Wednesday that a grant from the American Cancer Society is helping them lift burdens off patients. “We’re able to help patients who otherwise would not be able to get to vitalContinue reading “American Cancer Society Grant is Granting Access to Vital Care for Cancer Patients”
Note: This is the first part of this new fiction series I’m writing for my website. By JonChristopher Collins A late evening aboard his ship sends Captain Vance James Patrick into a flurry of retrospective thoughts. Years of piracy bubble up into a mix of regret for past deeds and strangely, melancholy over leaving hisContinue reading “The Adventures of Vance James Patrick and Seraphina Claire Mason-Patrick – PART 1”