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Report: AirTran did the best job for passengers
For the second year in a row, low-cost carrier AirTran Airways did the best job getting passengers to their destinations with the least hassle, private researchers who have analyzed federal data on airline performance said Monday.
Dave Woods: Promoter gives Branson recommendations
For more than 20 years, Cindy has advised some of Branson’s most successful entertainers, show producers and theater owners. She’s deeply involved in promoting Branson attractions and shows through the convention and visitors bureau, Branson Show League and area marketing councils.
Spring break heralds Silver Dollar City visitors
A longtime Silver Dollar City staffer, she’s witnessed the Ozarks-themed culture and amusement park grow into a spring break destination, nationally recognized for its hospitality and family appeal.
Branson Airport adds flights to Chicago, Houston
Branson Airport will provide daily nonstop service to Chicago and Houston starting April 16.
‘It’ leaves lot of room for flexibility in Hughes Brothers show material
The Hughes Brothers Show, a Branson staple for more than 17 years, has been reworked and rebranded for the 2012 season.
The newly named “It,” a musical variety show, includes Jason Hughes and his four performing brothers, their five wives, a five-piece band and more than 30 of the siblings’ children.
Theaters keep shows going after tornado strikes
During the early morning hours of Feb. 29, an EF-2 tornado touched down near Kimberling City and cut a 22-mile path of damage as it chewed its way down Highway 76, the city’s entertainment strip. The storm, with winds estimated at more than 100 mph, tore the roofs off some older buildings and damaged several of the theaters along 76 Country Boulevard. No lives were lost and only minor injuries were reported.
Grand Country water park, theater packed in fun spot
Six days a week thousands of music and comedy fans pack the Grand Country Music Hall, 1945 West Highway 76, to catch Grand Jubilee or one of the other comedy, gospel or mountain music shows the complex offers.
Dave Woods: Branson radio team gives spring break recommendations
I jumped at the chance to talk about Branson with Steve Willoughby and Janet Ellis.
Steve and Janet host a successful morning radio show on KRZK, 106.3 FM. The two Branson talkers chat and spat their way through four hours of morning radio, five days a week.
Branson ready for tourists despite damage
The busy tourism season is just around the corner in Branson, and officials in the Missouri music mecca said Friday that the tornado that smashed through this week won’t change that.
Weather Service reports multiple storm tracks through Southwest Missouri, Southeast Kansas
Multiple storm tracks may have spawned several tornadoes in Southeast Kansas and Southwest Missouri Tuesday night and early this morning.
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