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WWII Wife - The Bonnie Garrett Story

By: Eric Boston  @EricBoston3 Published:  November 16, 2017   There are so many stories that are literally walking around Branson during Veterans Week that it is hard to remember, let alone share, them all. One that absolutely made an impression on Choose Branson was that of Bonnie Garrett who, at the age of 92, still serves in th...

Choose Branson Remembers

While September 11, 2001 grows deeper into history over time, our attachment to that day grows stronger as we seek to never forget the events that strengthened the bonds to further unite America’s people. To some, the War on Terror is very personal as they recall media coverage, personal experiences or perhaps even lost a loved one on that day. Today’...

Branson Museum Tour

​ By: Eric Boston  ​ @EricBoston3 Publish Date:  August 31, 2017   Branson, MO is home to several interesting museums. On your next visit make sure you plan time to stop in to one, or several of these locations. There really is something for the entire family. Whether it is spending an afternoon interacting with dinosaurs, o...

Branson: View of the Solar Eclipse

  By: Eric Boston and Gabe Rawling Publish Date: August 22, 2017 You may have noticed that it was a bit darker on Monday afternoon. No, no one was playing with the dimmer switch. It was simply your run-of-the-mill solar eclipse. The first that the continental United States witnessed in nearly four decades. The country was caught i...

Branson History

Staff Report - The city of Branson, MO is named after Ruben Branson. Branson was an entrepreneur who came to Taney County in the early 1880's and opened a general store along the White River (what is now Lake Taneycomo). - Branson was officially incorporated as a town on April 1, 1912, at which time there were 1,200 residents. - Construc...

Branson 101

Staff Report - Today, Branson has more than 50 theaters located throughout town. Collectively, Branson has more theater seats than Broadway in New York City. - During the 2015 census, the population of Branson totaled 11,431. - At any given moment during the busy season, Branson can have more than 100,000 visitors. - According to TripAdvisor, ...

Learning About Leap Day

By: Michael Ayo Leap Day is a special occasion that only happens every four years. Some celebrate the day by using it as an excuse to perform odd acts. Others just simply treat it as any other day in the year. But how many people think to themselves, “What’s the point of a leap year? Why is it every four years? Why?” Why, indeed. A leap ye...

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