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2007 

Branson Area Appreciation Time Platters Review       Springtime heralds the arrival of new shows in Branson, Missouri.  For Shell Knob and Table Rock Lake residents, that means discounted ticket prices.  Discounted prices are called Area Appreciation shows and are offered to locals to make up for...
03/17/2007
Sharing the WealthLiving in Shell Knob for almost 18 years, I realize I have become accustomed to the natural beauty that surrounds us.  My eyes see it, but the excitement I once knew isn't there anymore.  Kind of like a marriage, I guess.  You are so thrilled with each other in the early years, ...
03/15/2007
 What in the world is a Paddlefish? Paddlefishing season is almost upon us.  The Missouri Department of Conservation has stocked over half a million fingerlings (baby fish) over the past 15 years for the enjoyment of sportsmen.  These huge creatures normally are denizens of the deep, but in the s...
03/09/2007
SMALL TOWN LIFE IN SHELL KNOBThere was a recent incident that brought a smile to my face.  Smiles are good, right?First, I should explain,  Having spent most of my life in big cities, I realized when we relocated to the Ozarks, that although the  usa was a 'melting pot' , we still have some cultu...
03/08/2007
 Four wooded lots available -  close to Table Rock Lake. You can walk to the water from any of these four wooded lots in Regency Cove, Shell Knob, Missouri.  A Community well provides water, and electricity is also at each lot.  The gentle slope of the land would lend any of the lots to building ...
03/06/2007
 What Does Your Staff Read? We're studying the book of Genesis in my Sunday School class, and my pastor, who is a bit of a history buff, explained the importance of 'The Staff' in ancient times. It was Moses' staff that turned the Nile into blood. It was his staff that turned into a snake and ate...
03/03/2007
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