Happy Independence Day! Celebrate Safely! Always FREE! Your source for local news and entertainment INSIDE... July 3-4, 2020 • Vol. 1, Issue 106 City of Branson will not mandate face masks, other COVID measures By Gary Groman, Columnist Emeritus Virtual Shopping: Tanger Outlets adds new service. Page 3 King’s Chapel: Church at Music City Centre to open. Page 8 Piano Man: Show now open at Star Theatre. Page 12 WEATHER...page 11 Highs in the low 90s with a chance of showers on Friday and Saturday. On May 4, 2020, the Branson Board of Aldermen took action resulting in no mandatory city regulations or ordinances protecting the health and safety of Branson residents and visitors from the threat of the COVID-19 virus. Instead of their previous COVID ordinances, they decided to use the statewide Order of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) dated April 27, implementing Phase 1 of Missouri’s “Show Me Strong Recovery” plan. On June 11, 2020, Missouri Governor Mike Parson announced that Missouri would enter Phase 2 of its “Show Me Strong Recovery” Plan on Tuesday, June 16, 2020. His announcement said that during Phase 2, “there will be no statewide health order. All statewide restrictions will be lifted, though local officials will still have the authority to put further rules, regulations, or ordinances in place.” To date, Branson has not exercised its authority to “put further rules, regulations, or ordinances in place. On June 25, the Taney County Health Department passed a Resolution imploring “Taney County residents and visitors to protect the public’s health by wearing face coverings while in any indoor public places to interrupt disease transmission and protect the public’s health.” The Resolution states that “numerous epidemiologists have insisted that widespread use of a facemask is necessary to prevent the more rapid spread of the COVID-19 virus.” It also points out “that the United States Centers for Disease Control recommends that members of the public, when they need to interact with others outside the home, and especially in settings where many people are present, should cover their mouth and nose to prevent inadvertently spreading COVID-19.” Kara Miller, Community Health Educator, and back up Public Information Officer for the Taney Country Health Department, emphasized the importance of wearing face masks to reduce the spread of COVID-19. When asked if wearing a mask was as SEE CITY, PAGE 9 Photo of Branson Ferris Wheel, courtesy Branson/Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce.

2 • July 3 - 4, 2020 LOCAL By Jay Mejia Special News Correspondent No fireworks are expected outside Dixie Outfitters this weekend. That is, Black Lives Matter supporters said they have no plans for demonstrations over the July 4 holiday outside the Branson T-shirt shop at the center of the protests. organization’s recent street For the last two weekends, Black Lives Matter supporters and counter protestors supporting the store’s right to freedom of expression have clashed on the sidewalks in sometimes heated exchanges kept apart by Branson and Taney County law enforcement officers. No violence has been reported. One man was arrested Saturday for allegedly disturbing the peace. “We accomplished our goals for now,” Larry Flenoid II said, who is one of the co-organizers of the Branson protests. Black Lives Matters continues to draw local, state and national attention, training a spotlight on the store claiming its sales of Confederate flags and memorabilia breed ongoing racism and hatred between blacks and whites. Some signs seem encouraging as a result of the protests, Flenoid added. “A couple of guys came over from their side of the street and shook my hand,” Flenoid said. “One gave me a hug.” Other signs of de-escalation took place just two days before Saturday’s protest, which only briefly shut down traffic on the strip outside the store’s 1819 W. 76 Country Blvd. location on Saturday. Traffic on 76, however, was tied up for miles in both directions. Dixie Outfitters owner Nathan Robb said he did concede somewhat and took down the Confederate flag from the rooftop and adjusted signage at the request of the mayor and city alderman seeking to lower tensions. An orange snow fence was erected between the store and sidewalk along the 76 Strip to keep protesters and counter protestors apart. “At least it was,” Robb bransonglobe.com Dixie Outfitters, Black Lives Matter stand down for July 4 half-heartedly shrugged. “It matches the General.” Robb was referring to the 1969 Dodge Charger driven in the popular 1970s television series The Dukes of Hazzard by the Duke boys, Bo and Luke. For now, the “General” remains parked out front of Dixie Outfitters. The store remains open, and Robb sad he has no intention of closing down or relocating. How long that will continue remains to be seen. Feingold of Black Lives Matter, who is running for mayor of Springfield, said the organization will likely return at the end of July to convince Robb otherwise. In honor of the July 4 holiday, the Sunday online edition of the Branson Globe will not be published this week. The next edition of BranConfederate flag at Dixie Outfitters: Now you see it... ... Now you don’t. (Branson Globe photos by Jay Mejia) son Globe publishes online on Wednesday, July 8. Deadline for this edition is Tuesday, July 7 at 9 am. COVID-19 in Stone and Taney counties, by the numbers: (As of 7/01/2020. Data provided by TCHD and SCHD websites) DEATHS CONFIRMED POSITIVE CASES TANEY COUNTY 67 STONE COUNTY 12 RECOVERED CASES TANEY COUNTY 25 STONE COUNTY 8 TANEY COUNTY 2 STONE COUNTY 0

bransonglobe.com LOCAL Tanger Outlets launches virtual concierge service for shoppers Submitted to Branson Globe Greensboro, N.C. – Tanger Factory Outlet Centers, Inc., has announced the launch of an innovation to the outlet shopping experience, a virtual shopping concierge service that gives shoppers the best of outlet shopping without leaving home. “The Virtual Shopper program will open a new lane of engagement, driving sales to our retail partners, while also expanding shopping opportunities for our customers,” said Steven B. Tanger, CEO of Tanger Outlets. “Given the ever-changing landscape related to the COVID-19 pandemic, constant innovation is more critical than ever before when it comes to serving retailers and customers. The Virtual Shopper program is part of the solution.” Through Tanger’s new ‘Virtual Shopper’ program, shoppers can now shop remotely for their favorite brands, styles and outlet value deals across multiple retailers via onsite shopping specialists and stylists. The new program serves to drive in-store sales for brands and retailers, functioning as a digital, service-minded extension of the brick-and-mortar retail experience. The Virtual Shopper program provides a range of services, from finding a specific product to customer styling, all at no cost to shoppers. It also gives shoppers the ability to access Tanger’s entire portfolio, not just the center nearest them. “Now, more than ever, it’s critical for Tanger to come up with new and innovative ways to meet the needs of our shoppers and retailers,” said Stephen Yalof, COO and President of Tanger Outlets. “Our Virtual Shopper program connects shoppers with a personal Tanger associate that knows the hottest and best deals as well as new product launches offered in each store. With the wellbeing of our customers being a top priority, we wanted to provide more options for those who may not be ready to visit us in-person but still want to experience the fun and savings Tanger has to offer.” Shoppers complete a virtual shopping form, detailing SEE TANGER, PAGE 12 July 3 - 4, 2020 • 3 Pets of the Week Tri-Lakes Humane Society, Reeds Spring Call (417) 272-8113 or visit www.tri-lakeshumanesoc.org their MARNIE is a 1 year old female. She and 3 of her kittens were found and brought into the shelter. She is affectionate and will make a great companion, sitting by you on the couch. She is ready for a forever home where she can enjoy being the young cat that she deserves to be. Tanger Outlet Mall in Branson will offer concierge service for shoppers. (FILE) SEBASTIAN is a 1.5 year old male Terrier. He was found as a stray. This guy is solid muscle and very handsome. He does well on a leash and loves to cuddle. He should probably be an only dog. Can’t you just see yourself taking him for a hike or along for a ride in the truck? happy 4 july th of

4 • July 3 - 4, 2020 OPINION By Gary J. Groman, a.k.a. The Ole Seagull On March 3, 1836, Colonel William Barret Travis, the Alamo Commander, wrote to Texas Governor Smith. He said, “...victory will cost the enemy so dear, that it will be worse for him than defeat.” In the predawn hours of Sunday, March 6, 1836, the soldiers of Mexican General Santa Anna, numbering in the thousands, made their final assault on the Alamo. They, overwhelming and killing every one of its 189 defenders. The prophetic words of Colonel Travis and the spirit of the Alamo manifested themselves, Kim Rohde Publisher (417) 872-2951 lkimrohde@yahoo.com Brenda Meadows Editor & Staff Writer (417) 231-7601 info@BransonGlobe.com David Stoltz News Correspondent (228) 355-2900 itcdls@gmail.com Gary Groman, a.k.a. The Ole Seagull Columnist Emeritus Rob Doherty Account Representative & Distribution Manager (504) 583-8907 robd@bransonglobe.com Karen Halfpop Digital/Production Director production@ BransonGlobe.com Submit a letter to the editor: Letters to the editor that are sent via e-mail and are fewer than 400 words are given preference. Published or unpublished letters become the property of the newspaper and will not be returned. All letters must include name, address, and verifiable phone number. BransonGlobe Your source for local news and entertainment Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances. info@BransonGlobe.com • Phone: (417) 334-9100 • Fax: (417) 334-3767 • 1447 US Hwy. 248, Suite EE, Branson, MO 65616 BransonGlobe.com LETTERS Dear Editor: As a member of the community here, I have a couple of questions. #1. - Why did, or how did these people of authority cancel the recycle? I know for a fact that the Branson Fire and Branson Police, CAM and numbers citizens like myself have made it a service to collect and recycle. I personally have at least two or three bags a week of recycle which now goes into the landfill. They say it costs too much! Why don’t they get some volunteers? I’m sure that there’s some of our good citizens or people that need community service could be recruited. Seems like the “powers that be” could find some way to Sam Houston, by over a two to one margin. Despite these odds, the Texas Army, inspired by the Alamo defenders’ sacrifice and shouting the battle cry, “Remember the Alamo,” defeated the Mexican army and captured Santa Anna. Gary Groman. (FILE) only 46 days after its fall, at the Battle of San Jacinto. Under Santa Anna, the Mexican army outnumbered the Texas army, under the command of General What is it about the Alamo that so inspired the Texas army at the Battle of San Jacinto and has touched the hearts and souls of generations since? What are we to remember? Was it their courage or that they spent their lives for a noble cause? Was it the fact that so few stood against so many for so long, that the defenders of the Alamo could have bransonglobe.com The American Spirit - Happy Birthday America! elected not to give their lives in a battle they knew they could not win, or a combination of these factors? History records that on the first day of the Siege of the Alamo, Santa Anna had the scarlet flag of “no quarter” run up on San Fernando Church within sight of the Alamo defenders. It meant surrender or die. Despite the odds against them, instead of submission, the answer was cannon fire from the Alamo defenders. Days into the siege, after receiving messages that no further help would be coming, Colonel SEE AMERICA, PAGE 14 SAVE the landfill from all the stuff that could be SAVED. These Green People should get a grip or take a look at what they preach. RECYCLE. #2 - Why did they close the Senior Golf course at the Senior Center? Does any of those people realize that some of the seniors go there for exercise and camaraderie? There’s a few that can’t afford $40 - $60 to play golf. Some of us that [are] on a limited income don’t have that kind of money. Even if they charged a SMALL amount. They want “clean” but what does that mean? When the landfill is full where does this stuff go that take years to decompose? Can’t we find a new way or place to leave our recycle? #3 - I realize that the tourists are the most important. What about the people that have been here for years? Seems like they don’t count. Remember we still pay taxes. I guess we don’t count. Marjorie Derry Hollister Editor, I would like to suggest that these BLM demonstrations (protests) have gotten out of hand. It seems to have become somewhat of a fad. So much so that we have individuals (MS Pittser and others) who are traveling from city to city creating as much unrest as possible. I would like to ask these individuals where they have been all these years.. I have lived in the area for eleven years and have never once entered Dixie Outfitters because of their display of the Confederate flag. There is nothing of racist Southern Heritage to be proud of. I have long wondered how the party of Abraham Lincoln became the official racist party in the United States. Witness the Presidential election of 2016 where virtually every state of the Confederacy (Texas. Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Florida, etc.) voted for a racist for President. And now everyone is climbing aboard to attract attention to themselves. SEE LETTERS, PAGE 5 @BransonGlobe BransonGlobe @BransonGlobe #Branson Globe

bransonglobe.com OPINON • LETTERS Continued from page 4 I would also like to throw my support to the Ole Seagull’s letter to the editor regarding the wearing of facemasks. We have also visited a number of restaurants in Branson where employees are not wearing masks and we have told a number of them that we would not be back until they are. Without exception they have ignored the advice as if they do not care about their customers health and welfare. This will be the case until the Branson does something officially. I have exchanged a number of emails with the Mayor and the Board of Aldermen stressing this very point and received nothing but excuses and reasons why this couldn’t be done. This MUST BE DONE and should be MANDATORY in every business open to the public in Branson, Hollister and all of Taney County. Richard H Carlile Hollister Flag Staff Stand Gazing through the window… flag staff is loose; it’s leaning, not standing. Such troublesome news. Lately she’s folded, my flag has been bound. She’s flying no longer but held to the ground. With all of her honor and highest of bars. No stripes will be showing just the blue and the stars. The stand has been damaged; staff torn from her base. The pole has been dipping it dips in disgrace. “Dipping “Old Glory” would bring her dishonor. The flag- staffstand- is dipping, so I detached her with honors”. I stare out my window “oh” gazing so long, complaining and whining; who did this wrong? The pole is still there. It’s straight and still strong. But loosed from her base, how long? “Oh”, how long? Who broke the two loose, the base from the pole? Who pulled her down from her honorable role? Pointing my finger at a dastardly few, pointing my finger at whoever and who, what seemingly matters, what’s seemingly true, I looked in the mirror and find it is you. Was I standing up strong? Did I hold to her grace? Or... Was I sitting while holes were dug at her base? So many lives were given at “rockets’ red glare”. We’d all understand, if we all had been there. Needing concrete, rock, and some sand. Needing Americans to help my flag stand. God is her refuge! God is her base! God is the Father who restores her to grace. She’ll fly with the Eagle, she’ll fly once again. If we stand for honor she’ll stand once again. So, who stands for honor? Whoever and who? You there! In the mirror, is that American you? Lindel Ray Gore, Sr. Hollister Editor, If you feel you need to wear a mask… wear one. your mask, and your It’s your face, choice. That’s fine with me. If you own a business and feel you should require all of your customers and staff to wear a mask inside your workplace, do it; it’s your business, run it your way, OK? That’s also fine with me. Please don’t become a “mask bully” and assume that I’m being defiant, inconsiderate and uncompassionate because I don’t wear one. Here’s why; I CAN’T wear a COVID19 mask, whether it’s N95, cloth, surgical, bandana, or whatever. I’m a disabled veteran plagued with Emphysema and Pulmonary Fibrosis. I struggle constantly to breathe and process oxygen. My Pulmonary medical caregiver says in my particular case, wearing a mask will restrict my breathing and can cause unnecessary stress and further damage to my lungs. So I’m actually under doctor’s orders to avoid wearing a mask. A SEE LETTERS, PAGE 11 July 3 - 4, 2020 • 5

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bransonglobe.com LOCAL Cherry Rhubarb Pie: easy, yummy – what more could you ask for? By Mommy’s a Good Cooker Since moving to the Ozarks more than 20 years ago, we’ve not been able to grow even one stalk of rhubarb. How can you NOT be able to grow rhubarb? That’s like forgetting to water silk plants. Whatever the reason, we cannot grow rhubarb here, which is sad because I have so many yummy uses for this tart summer fruit: cobbler, sauce, cake, and this deliciously easy Cherry Rhubarb Pie. The combination of cherry and rhubarb is a gorgeous red, plus it’s sweet and juicy. Even those not especially fond of rhubarb enjoy this pie. Just a note about the rhubarb: some grocery produce sections have fresh rhubarb, but it’s been awhile since I’ve seen it. Fortunately, you can find frozen rhubarb, already cut up for you, in the frozen fruit section. Add it to your pie while it’s still frozen. If you’re a little afraid of making pie, don’t be. This one is really easy, leaving you more time to enjoy the summer. Cherry Rhubarb Pie You need: 2 cups sliced rhubarb 1 can cherry pie filling 3/4 cup sugar 2-1/2 Tbsp. tapioca Dough for a two-crust pie (yes, store-bought is perfect!) Mix the first four ingredients well, and then let stand for 15 minutes. Line a 9-inch pie plate with dough for the bottom crust. Pour in fruit mixture, and then add the top crust. Trim and seal the edges. Cut 3 or 4 slits to vent the top crust; brush the crust with a little milk or cream, and sprinkle with sugar. Bake at 375-degrees for 40-45 minutes. Keep an eye on the edges of the crust. Cover just the edges with thin strips of foil to keep them from getting too brown. July 3 - 4, 2020 • 7 Easy and yummy: all desserts should be just like Cherry Rhubarb Pie. (Branson Globe photo) Help Support Branson local businesses @bransonlocalbusinesses.com

8 • July 3 - 4, 2020 LOCAL By Jay Mejia, Special News Correspondent Co-pastors Chris and Melissa Davis held Easter in the parking lot. It was spring, not too hot. Pandemic or no, this Sunday’s worship services moves indoors as King’s Chapel in Music City Centre invites all to come in from the heat and hear “the good news about Jesus.” The $1 million-dollar-renovation is now complete, including a spacious theatre style auditorium with a new roof and air conditioning system among other major upgrades, praise be, Chris. bransonglobe.com King’s Chapel Grand Opening Worship Services Sunday at Music City Centre “This is the big leap for us,” said Pastor said Pastor Chris, referring to a ministry that started as home prayer group about five years ago and finally moved from the outskirts of town to the center of the 76 strip. SIZZLING SUMMER SPECIAL! 2 FOR THE PRICE OF 1 thru AUG 31 Not valid with any other offer. Exp. 8/31/20 Part of the decision to relocate to Music City Centre had to do with increasingly production values of Jesus, The Experience, a Broadway musical style performance the King’s Chapels penitent have been putting on for years and is playing to nearly old out shows this summer. Both the show and church outgrew Yakov’s theater and needed a dedicated venue unto itself. “We’re calling it King’s Chapel at Music City Centre because so many people know this building and where it sits right at the heart of the strip,” Pastor Chris said. The theater is located at 1835 State Hwy 76 in Branson. Sunday’s 10 a.m. service will special feature Dave Roever. Roever, a Vietnam veteran and recipient of the Purple Heart, served as a river boat gunner in the elite Brown Water Black Beret. Roever now travels the globe, sharing his story of survival with engaging humor and hope in the face of insurmountable obstacles. sophisticated He tells his story in churches, public schools, business conventions and with U.S. military forces stationed around the world. Joining Roever for a Freedom Rally at 5 p.m., is John Arroyo. Arroyo spit the majority of his enlisted service as a Green Beret, and is a survivor of the April 2, 2014 mass shooting at Fort Hood, Texas. Doctors told Arroyo’s guest speaker family that they did not have a medical explanation for how he survived through his injuries; it was simply a miracle. Arroyo wasted no time sharing his gift and miraculous story of second chances. Using his life as an example, he speaks to issues and presents tangible solutions to real life struggles. King’s Chapel, which began in Branson in 2014 as a home Bible study, purchased and began remodeling Music City Centre. Pastored by Chris and Melissa Davis, the Branson congregation is one of more than 300 campuses of King’s Cathedral and Chapels based in Maui, Hawaii Programming for children through junior high is available during the 10 am service. A nursing mother’s room is available during the 5 p.m. event. For more information, www.kcbranson.com. see Showtimes: 3pm or 8pm 1600 West 76 Country Blvd. Branson, MO Call for Tickets: 877-SIX-SHOW theSIXshow.com Pastor Chris Davis welcomes the community to King’s Chapel, opening this Sunday, July 5 at 10 a.m. (Branson Globe photo by Jay Mejia)

bransonglobe.com LOCAL • CITY Continued from page 1 crucial as social distancing, Miller said, “It’s more important because COVID-19 spreads through droplets… The wearing of a face mask reduces the exposure to others from the mask wearers droplets resulting from things like talking, coughing, or sneezing. That helps stop the spread of the virus.” Given the above and no mandatory ordinances or orders protecting Branson’s citizens, businesses, and visitors from the spread of the COVID-19 virus, we asked the city three questions. The questions and the city’s responses are below: Question: Does the city have any plans to institute mandatory masking in those situations where social distancing cannot be maintained or otherwise? Answer: “The city fully supports all Taney County Health Department efforts and COVID-19 health precautions, including its recent Resolution advocating for the use of face coverings while in public places to help restrict the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The city has always encouraged residents and community members to follow all federal (CDC), State (DHSS), and local (TCHD) guidelines.” Question: If so, what are they at this point, and when will they be presented to the BOA? Answer: [Unanswered because of the answer to Q1.] Question: If not, in view of the Taney County Health Department Resolution regarding masking, why not? Answer: “The health and safety of Branson residents, businesses, and visitors remain a top priority for the City of Branson. As Missouri re-opens, an emergency declaration still remains valid for the State and the City. The City of Branson encourages all residents, guests, and businesses to follow federal (CDC), state (DHSS), and local (Taney County Health Department) guidelines, resolutions, and recommendations found here: https://www.taneycohealth.org/covid19/ to help reduce the risk of or spread of COVID 19. ‘The City of Branson conJuly 3 - 4, 2020 • 9 tinues to work in coordination with partner agencies, as well as the state and federal government, to monitor this evolving situation and to ensure our response actions are based on the latest facts.”

10 • July 3 - 4, 2020 LOCAL Submitted to Branson Globe Branson West, MO – Starting Wednesday evening, July 8, Dr. Cecil Todd will preach seven sermons on seven straight Wednesday eveings at Lakewood Church of the Ozarks in Branson West. Services begin at 7 pm at the church located at 19585 State Highway 413, Branson West. The crusade-style services will feature the “most popular sermons ever preached by Dr. Todd, across America and around the word,” according to a release. “Huge crowds of thousands were attracted to these services in Port Limon, Dr. Cecil Todd. (FILE) Cost Rica, where the audiences grew from 5,000 on the opening Monday night to over 20,000 on the closing night. More than 4,000 cae to Christ in these services.” Some of Dr. Todd’s message themes include: “Dear Lord, Heal Our Land”, “I Am Come to Set a Fire”, “Four Things in Hell We Need”, “Miraculously Healed to Stage 4 Cancer - Twice”, and “Four People in the Branson Area I Would Like to See Go to Hell.” Dr. Todd has promised to call them by name, and to explain why. According to Dr. Todd, who has traveled three million miles to win three million souls to Christ, “These sermons have drawn crowds of thousands in key cities across America and in 23 countries.” For five years. Dr. Todd held the Revival Fires Campmeetings at Branson’s Grand Palace, drawing thousands to Branson. According to the release, news media reported that the largest crowds to ever come to Branson, came for the campmeetings from 1997 - 2002. During one week, more than 20,000 came from across the nations. The Wednesday night serbransonglobe.com Seven service ‘crusade’ begins July 8 at Lakewood Church vices at Lakewood Church during July and August feature the singing of “old hymns” exclusively. Dr. Todd is celebrating seven decades of Christian ministry is a product of the Kiamichi Mountain Christian Mission in southeastern Oklahoma, and is a graduate of Ozark Christian College in Joplin, MO. He also has three doctors of divinity degrees. The seven nights of services are open to the public. For more information, call the Revival Fires office at 417-272-3660.

bransonglobe.com LOCAL • LETTERS Continued from page 5 mask creates a risk to me I’m not willing to take. So here’s how I’ll handle this situation; I will be civil to you and avoid getting within 6 feet of you so you can feel safe and comfortable. I’ll cover my mouth with a hand-held tissue to make sure no droplets are expelled in your direction if I cough or sneeze. If there’s a notice on the door of your business requiring a mask to enter, I’ll honor it. If I know I can slip in and out quickly, I’ll don a mask and get it done. Otherwise I’ll simply shop elsewhere for now. No need for conflict. There are some great options available for folks like me, like ordering online or by phone for curb service or delivery to my home, etc. We can all get through this and remain friends, even when we have different opinions and needs. I will NOT make a fool of myself by screaming at you or your employees or trying to tell you how to run your business. I won’t hate you or even dislike your store or your staff. Still no need for any conflict. We can chat, smile and say “Hi, how are you, hope you’re fine, have a nice day” and actually MEAN it, still with no need for any conflict. That’s how freedom works; with respect, dignity, compassion and concern for each other. I wish you well and I pray this ends soon. Larry E. Doran Branson The Song of Hope Endorses Mike Cooper and Brian Seitz After much consideration, Branson’s Song of Hope Assembly is releasing two political endorsements for the August 4th Missouri Primary. The candidates we support are Mike Cooper for Southern Stone County Commissioner and Brian Seitz for State Representative in Missouri’s 156th dis92 Chance Showers & T-Storms 72 94 95 93 93 4TH OF JULY Chance For Showers & T-Storms 74 72 73 Mostly Sunny Mostly sunny Partly Cloudy trict. These endorsements are significant as they stand as the first ever awarded by the Song of Hope movement! Mike Cooper is an economics professor who is pro-business! Over the years he has shown strong support for the entertainment industry in the tri-lakes region, specifically with his contributions to the Branson Regional Arts Council and their productions at the Historic Owen Theatre! We throw our full support behind his candidacy. Brian Seitz is a local pastor and ardent protector of the values we hold dear in this community! What stood out to the Assembly when making this decision to endorse was the principal of consistency in support for our industry. Not just in campaign season, but throughout nearly 3 decades of life here in Branson, Brian has been an ally and promoter of our live music shows and theatres. For 14 years, he ran a monthly newspaper called Music Country News in which he covered the Branson Entertainment Industry! When asked what sets Branson apart, Seitz said Your Branson Area Weather Source Loving The Ozarks FRI Branson Area 5 Day Outlook SAT SUN “Live Music Shows and Entertainment”. That actually goes a long way in setting him apart from other candidates who have run for office in the past who proclaim that the shows are simply one slice of who we are. While Brian will be a strong voice on many different issues, it is this understanding of the paramount importance of our entertainment industry that won him the endorsement. And finally we would like to say that this decision did not simply come from the leadership of our Assembly alone but also from the entertainers who have been the most active in the Song of Hope political movement. July 3 - 4, 2020 • 11 The decision was made as soon as they spoke up because they have the vested interest in our shows thriving into the future! We would like to thank all candidates who submitted credentials seeking the endorsement! Marshall Howden, PresidentSong of Hope Assembly MON TUE

12 • July 3 - 4, 2020 LOCAL bransonglobe.com ‘Piano Man Xperience’ now open at Star Theatre Pianist David Brooks and his “Piano Man Xperience” band on stage at Branson Star Theatre. (Photo by Marshall Meadows) By Branson Globe Staff David Brooks, a name familiar to area theater goers, has responded with a “yes” to requests by friends and fans wanting him to bring his “Piano Man Xperience” to Branson. Brooks and his ‘crew’ is now appearing at the Branson Star Theatre, 3750 W 76 Country Blvd. “We’re doing three matinee performances a week,” Brooks said. “The show features music from many piano entertainers along with a few surprises. I talk about some of my influences as well. Everything from Billy Joel, Ray Charles, Elton John and so many more. We also have a LIVE band. And, I’m sure Jerry Lee will make an appearance.” Brooks moved from Arkansas to Branson in 2003 to join ’50’s At the Hop’ and has been cast in numerous other Branson shows since then. A friend from a music website told Brooks that ‘the Hop’ was looking for a pianist so he came to Branson, auditioned and got the job. “I have been fortunate enough to work in just about every show I had the possibility of in the past 16 years,” He said. “From the Haygoods to the Hughes Brothers, Legends in Concert to #1 Hits of the 60’s, you could have spotted me anywhere.” Entertainer Jeanna Kilbane was in the cast of #1 Hits of the 60’s with Brooks. She and he have maintained a close friendship throughout the years. Similarly, she has also been cast in many of Branson’s shows and worked on cruise ships. “I’m really excited that David is getting his own show here in Branson,” Kilbane said. “David has a big personality with big talent to go with it. He promises a high energy show that will please audiences of all age groups.” Music, as a vocalist and musician, came natural to him even while he was very young. SEE PIANO MAN, PAGE 13 • TANGER Continued from page 3 preferences, explore their favorite brands and share the items they want with their personal shopper, who then shops in-store at Tanger Outlets on their behalf. After selecting their products, shoppers can either opt for curbside pick-up or have the items delivered to their home. Tanger shoppers have access to locations in the U.S. and Canada and over 2,800 stores to find exactly what they’re looking for. In addition to the new Virtual Shopper program, Tanger Outlets is open for in-person shopping in accordance with local, state and CDC regulations, having implemented a wide range of safety protocols in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. pick-up, Tanger With many brands now offering curbside also established convenient locations around each center where shoppers can pick up items from multiple retailers.

bransonglobe.com LOCAL • PIANO MAN Continued from page 12 “I suppose I’ve showed an interest in music right out of the womb,” Brooks said. “I remember as a little tyke rocking and bouncing to the music from the car radio. I guess I come by it sort of naturally. Both of my parents play instruments and sing. I had known about Branson since I was a kid and my family made trips up here periodically. I guess I was around 6 years old when I was put into lessons, after years of watching my mom play (piano) and I was banging around on it.” Brooks was about 12 when his mom took him to hear Gospel legends The Kingsmen. It was a focal point in his life. ”I watched the Kingsmen with Anthony Burger playing (piano), and I was dumbfounded,” he said. “I knew I wanted to be able to play like THAT. It was a show in itself. Brooks said he was “honored” to portray Jerry Lee Lewis for two years in the Branson production of the musical “Million Dollar Quartet.” ”You know, I still have people coming up to me and saying aren’t you the guy,” he said. “I take pride in that.” during Brooks has garnered awards his time in Branson. Brooks has also been awarded Piano/Keyboard Player of the Year more than once. In 2017 Brooks began performing “Piano Man Xperience” around the world. It was a show he created. “I got to see some amazing places and met some incredible people as well over these last few years. But there’s no place like home,” he said. “Piano Man Xperience” features music many piano entertainers have made famous, along with a few surprises. “I talk about some of my influences as well,” Brooks said. “Everything from Billy Joel, Ray Charles, Elton John, to so many more. We will also have a LIVE band. And, I’m sure Jerry Lee will be making an appearance.” Brooks describes his “Piano Man Xperience” as “exciting, entertaining and fun for everyone.” As I say in the show “we’ll treat you so many different ways you’re bound to like... something. I can promise you, if you know anything about me, you know this will NOT be boring. I can’t wait to see all my friends again and share my show with them.” Call the Branson Star Box Office at 417-320-3418 for tickets and more information. The “Piano Man Experience,” with David Brooks. (Photo by Marshall Meadows) July 3 - 4, 2020 • 13

14 • July 3 - 4, 2020 LOCAL • AMERICA Continued from page 4 Travis, explained the hopelessness of their situation. He gave the Alamo’s defenders a choice of escaping, surrendering and perhaps living, or fighting on and the certainty of death. The chances of escape were pretty good as people from the Alamo went through the Mexican lines throughout the siege. All, but one, chose to fight on. Unknown to at the time, however, was the special place in history where their choice would be forever enshrined. A place where the spirit of honor, dedication to purpose, courage, and willingness to sacrifice all for a noble cause is revered and preserved. Why, as James Bowie said, would they “...rather die in these ditches than give them up to the enemy?” Their individual reasons probably varied the nobleness of the cause, loyalty to each other and their country, honor, duty, freedom from tyranny, and, for some, like Bowie, the defense of their homes. They were, however, bound together by the common threads of their courage, their belief that it was right and necessary to fight the army of Santa Anna at that time, in that place, no matter what the price, and in their commitment to pay that price. The spirit of “Remember the Alamo” represents that which is courageous, honorable, and worthy of commitment in the hearts of individuals and nations. It was in the hearts of the signers of the Declaration of Independence as, on July 4, 1776, they pledged bransonglobe.com their lives, fortunes, and sacred honor on behalf of a new nation. From July 4, 1776, to July 4, 2020, from Valley Forge to Bagdad, Afghanistan, and countless places in between, America’s greatness, and very existence has depended on that “spirit” and those willing to commit and sacrifice their all for it. It is the “American Spirit,” the very lifeblood of our Nation. May that Nation under “the protection of divine Providence” be eternally blessed with that spirit. Without it, She would not have been born and will not long endure. Happy Birthday America, Happy Birthday!

bransonglobe.com LOCAL MoDOT operations limited for holiday JEFFERSON CITY - The Missouri Department of Transportation will suspend road construction and routine maintenance operations starting at noon on Thursday, July 2 through 10 p.m. on Sunday, July 5 to accommodate increased traffic on the highways. Lane and bridge closures already in place around the state will remain during the holiday weekend. Drivers are urged to be alert to sudden closures due to emergency situations. With relaxed restrictions following the lifting of statewide COVID-19 health orders on June 16—and with the July 4th holiday coming on a Saturday— traffic is expected to be heavy on Missouri’s roads all weekend. MoDOT is reminding motorists to be attentive, courteous and responsible. “We’re seeing a disturbing increase in aggressive driving,” said Natalie Roark, state maintenance director. “Please, for your own safety and the safety of others, slow down, don’t drive impaired or distracted and look out for each another.” There were 15 people killed and 58 seriously injured in traffic crashes in Missouri during the 2019 Fourth of July holiday. Of the 73 people killed or injured, 18 were involved in a crash where there was at least one substance-impaired driver. “Road conditions can change in an instant,” Roark said. “Always be alert when driving, and remember, Buckle Up Phone Down.” Motorists can find everything they need to plan for summer travel at MO on the GO, MoDOT’s suite of mobile information tools that shares the latest news on work zones, road conditions and traffic incidents. You can access it online at modot.org/ mo-go. Submitted to Branson Globe The Taney County Health Department reports 67 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Taney County. There have been 2 deaths, 25 recovered, and 40 active cases. Today’s update will consist of frequently asked questions received by the department. Here are a few: I was at one of the places listed where a positive case had been. What should I do? The health department asks those that may have been at any of the locations listed in the press release to watch for symptoms. If you are following socially distancing guidelines, and wearing a mask your chances of getting COVID-19 are greatly reduced. If symptoms do develop, contact your healthcare provider. Why are you only putting the itinerary for one case in your press releases? Press releases are now being written to reflect the cases for which we have itineraries. Keep in mind that not all cases will have an itinerary, if the case investigation indicates that they were not out in the community while infectious. How many of the people who have COVID-19 in Taney County have been hospitalized? The health department does not track this information, our focus is to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. People who have tested positive can be extremely sick even if they are not hospitalized. The point of preventing COVID-19 is to protect the healthcare system from a surge in patients. July 3 - 4, 2020 • 15 COVID-19 reporting questions and answers from TCHD For more information contact the Taney County Health Department at 417-334-4544, visit our website at www.taneycohealth. org, or like our FaceBook, Instagram and Pinterest pages. How can we live safely with this virus? We know this virus is not going away anytime soon, but there are steps that can be taken to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 cases. Practicing socially distancing, wearing a face mask or covering, washing your hands, and staying home if you are sick are the best ways to help reduce the spread.

16 • July 3 - 4, 2020 ENTERTAINMENT AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Vanilla Ice has indefinitely postponed a Texas concert that drew fierce criticism due to the coronavirus pandemic. The 1990s rapper with the hit single “Ice Ice Baby” had been scheduled to play a lakeside concert just outside Austin on Friday, but on Thursday he announced it was being postponed. “Due to the increase in COVID-19 numbers in Austin we’re gonna move the concert to a better date,” Vanilla Ice tweeted. “We were hoping for better Coronavirus numbers by July but Unfortunately the numbers have increased quite a bit so for the safety and health of everyone we’re going to stay home.” Barrett Brannam, who owns the venue where Vanilla Ice had been scheduled to play, said the star — real name Robert Van Winkle — had expressed concern about the health of his fans and himself. Brannam said he didn’t know when the show would be rescheduled. “Hard to say. Could be later this summer or not until next summer. We don’t now how long this virus will be around,” he said. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott last week shut down bars and clubs in an effort to halt what he called a “massive spread” of the coronavirus. But the Emerald Point Bar & Grill is still open and hosting live music because it is a restaurant and performances can take place outside. The Vanilla Ice show drew widespread attention — and criticism — when the rapper posted about it on social media Wednesday. Only 84 tickets bransonglobe.com Coronavirus concerns freeze Vanilla Ice show had been sold before the online ticket broker suspended sales, Brannam said. “I take the coronavirus serious. But we can’t live in a bubble,” the rapper tweeted before canceling Thursday. “I think at this point we all understand the severity of it. (P)ractice social distancing and wear a mask. This is an outside venue, Fourth of July on the lake with fireworks. Plenty of room for distancing.” The rapper’s management company didn’t immediately respond to messages seeking comment. Brannam said he hadn’t come under any pressure to cancel the show from state or local governments but he has been swamped with calls of complaints. The performer played the same venue last year in front of 1,800 people and is booked for the holiday weekend for the next two years, Brannam said. Friday’s concert was booked in SEE SHOW, PAGE 17

bransonglobe.com SPORTS July 3 - 4, 2020 • 17 NFL cutting preseason in half, pushing back start Have a (AP) The NFL will cut its preseason in half and push back the start of exhibition play so teams have more time to train following a virtual offseason made necessary by the coronavirus pandemic, a person with knowledge of the decision told The Associated Press. The person spoke Wednesday on condition of anonymity because the league hasn’t announced that the preseason will be cut from four games to two. Players are still discussing with their union whether to ask for cancellation of all preseason games, according to two people • SHOW Continued from page 16 2019, he said. “I didn’t know about COVID when I booked this show. Nobody did,” Brannam said. Brannam said the rapper had committed to asking fans to wear masks and follow proper social distancing guidelines. The venue was going to be checking patrons’ temperatures at the entrance and giving a mask to anyone who needed one, he said. The restaurant has been hosting live music performances since it reopened in May. Brannam said no one complained until it was a Vanilla Ice concert. Brannam said he postponed upcoming concerts by Coolio and Tone Loc next weekend because he wouldn’t lose money. “Vanilla Ice, he’s poised for people to poke fun at. Nobody was saying anything until he made his post. That’s when everything went crazy,” Brannam said. “I’m the most hated person on the planet right now over a Vanilla Ice show.” Support Our Local Veterans! familiar with their thinking. Both people spoke on condition of anonymity because a decision hasn’t been made. The pandemic forced teams to conduct their entire offseason programs via videoconference. So, teams will be gathering together for the first time when training camps open July 28. Minus the usual minicamps, on-field practices and in-person weight training from April to June, players’ conditioning won’t be what it normally is. So, eliminating the first week of preseason games Aug. 1316 will give them more time to ratchet up their football fitness. Teams will now play exhibitions Aug. 20-24 and Aug. 2731 during what were originally the second and third weeks of exhibition play, with all 32 teams playing one home and one road game. Most of those games will remain the same as originally scheduled, although some matchups in that second slate will have to be changed so every team gets a game at home. The exhibition finales on Sept. 3 were also scrapped, giving teams more time to get ready for the regular season, which opens Sept. 10 with Houston at Kansas City. There are no changes to the regular season schedule. The league continues to draw up protocols, not only for COVID-19 mitigation but for ramping up practices during the first few weeks of training camp. The annual Hall of Fame Game pitting Pittsburgh and Dallas on Aug. 6 was recently scrapped as the induction ceremonies were pushed back to 2021. news tip? Send it to us at info@ branson globe.com

18 • July 3 - 4, 2020 CURIOUSITIES From Powerball winner to scandal: Jack Whittaker dies at 72 CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Andrew “Jack” Whittaker Jr., whose life became rife with setbacks and tragedy after winning a record $315 million Powerball jackpot on Christmas night in 2002, has died. He was 72. The Ronald Meadows Funeral Parlor in Hinton confirmed it. A funeral home official who declined to give his name said Tuesday that Whittaker died of natural causes, but he refused to say when or where, and he said a service would be private. Whittaker became an instant celebrity at 55 when he claimed what was then the largest U.S. lottery jackpot won by a single ticket. He opted for the lumpsum payout of $113.4 million after taxes, and flew off to New York with his family in a private jet to appear on network TV morning shows. But he quickly fell victim to scandals, lawsuits and personal setbacks as he endured constant requests for money, leaving him unable to trust others. Several times, he was quoted as saying he wished he had torn up the ticket. His wife left him. A friend of his drug-addicted granddaughter was found dead at his home in 2004. Three months later, his 17-year-old granddaughter was gone, too. His daughter, Ginger Whittaker Bragg, died in 2009 at age 42 after struggling for years with cancer. And in 2016, he lost a Virginia home to a fire. He struggled with drinking and gambling. His home and car were repeatedly burglarized. At a strip club, thieves broke into his Lincoln Navigator and stole a briefcase stuffed with $245,000 and three $100,000 cashiers’ checks. That time, at least, he caught a break — the briefcase was later found, with the money still inside. Whittaker was charged twice with driving while under the influence and sued repeatedly, once by three female casino employees who accused him of assault. In a 2007 interview with The Associated Press, Whittaker knew his legacy was already written. “I’m only going to be remembered as the lunatic who won the lottery,” Whittaker said. “I’m not proud of that. I wanted to be remembered as someone who helped a lot of people.” At that point, Whittaker said he still had plenty of money. How much remained at his death, and who might benefit from his estate, was not immediately clear on Tuesday. Known for wearing cowboy hats and western-style clothing, Whittaker was a self-made millionaire long before he won the lottery, having built construction businesses worth $17 million. bransonglobe.com A regular Powerball player, Whittaker, who then lived in Scott Depot, already had concrete plans to share his prize with churches and his family when he claimed his winnings. “I’ve had to work for everything in my life. This is the first thing that’s ever been given to me,” Whittaker said then. A foundation started in Whittaker’s name spent $23 million building two churches in the years after his jackpot win, and his family donated food, clothing and college scholarships to local students. Whittaker also put his granddaughter, Brandi Bragg, on his payroll. But his plans to give his inheritance to her were vanquished just before Christmas in 2004, when her body was found in a junked van, hidden by a boyfriend who panicked when he found her dead. An autopsy didn’t pinpoint a cause. “She was going to inherit everything,” Whittaker said. Thank you for reading the Branson Globe! EXP. 7/31/20

bransonglobe.com HISTORY July 3 - 4, 2020 • 19 Today in History: Movies, sports and more • 324 Battle of Adrianople: Roman Emperor Constantine I defeats his co-emperor Licinius, who flees to Byzantium • 1187 Battle of Horns of Hattin: Saladin, Sultan of Egypt and Syria, destroys Jerusalem’s crusader army • 1608 Samuel de Champlain founds city of Quebec • 1754 George Washington surrenders to French, Fort Necessity (7 Years’ War) • 1767 Norway’s oldest newspaper still in print, Adresseavisen, is founded (first edition published this date) • 1863 Battle of Gettysburg, largest battle ever fought on the American continent, ends in a major victory for the Union during the US Civil War • 1871 Jesse James robs bank in Corydon, Iowa ($45,000) • 1884 Dow Jones publishes its 1st stock index, the Dow Jones Transportation Average • 1913 Confederate veterans at the Great Reunion of 1913 reenact Pickett’s Charge; upon reaching the high-water mark of the Confederacy they are met by the outstretched hands of friendship from Union survivors • 1915 After exploding a bomb in US Senate reception room previous day, Erich Muenter, a German instructor at Cornell University, shoots JP Morgan for representing the British government in war contract negotiations • 1930 US Veterans Administration created • 1937 Del Mar Turf Club, with crooner Bing Crosby as president and actor Pat O’Brien as a club officer, opens for racing • 1938 President Franklin Roosevelt dedicates the Eternal Light Peace Memorial and lights the eternal flame at Gettysburg Battlefield. • 1984 Supreme Court rules Jaycees may be forced to admit women as members • 1986 US President Reagan presides over relighting of renovated Statue of Liberty • 1989 US Supreme Court rules states do not have to provide funds for abortions • 1996 UK House of Commons announces that the Stone of Scone, aka the Stone of Destiny, used in the coronation of Scottish (and subsequently English and British monarchs), will be returned to Scotland after 700 years in Westminster Abbey • 2018 US Justice and Education Departments rescind Obama affirmative action policies in college admissions • 2019 US produces the most waste per head globally and recycles the least at 35% according to new research by Verisk Maplecroft, Germany recycles the most at 68% Movies & TV • 1928 John Logie Baird demonstrates the first colour television transmission in London • 1944 “Double Indemnity” film noir directed by Billy Wilder and starring Fred MacMurray and Barbara Stanwyck is released in Baltimore, Maryland • 1958 “Andy Williams Show” premieres on ABC (later on CBS & NBC) • 1985 CBS announces a 21% stock buy-back to thwart Ted Turner’s takeover • 1985 “Back to the Future” directed by Robert Zemeckis and starring Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd is released • 1989 Movie “Batman” set record of quickest $100 million (10 days) Music • 1969 78,000 attend Newport Jazz Festival, Newport, Rhode Island • 1970 200,000 attend Atlanta Pop Festival • 1976 Brian Wilson performs with the Beach Boys after 12 years apart • 2006 Lily Allen releases her debut single “Smile” • 2018 Cardi B becomes first female rapper to get two number one US Billboard hits, with “I Like It” with Bad Bunny and J Balvin Sports • 1931 German boxer Max Schmeling beats American Young Stribling by TKO in 15 in Cleveland in his first heavyweight title defence; first major fight broadcast live on national radio • 1973 Brothers Gaylord (Hall of Fame) and Jim Perry (3time All Star) face each other for only time in MLB, Tigers beat Indians 5-4, Gaylord charged with loss • 1980 Biggest MLB crowd in 7 years, 73,096 watch Indians beat NY Yankees, 7-0 at Cleveland Stadium • 1987 Controversial NY Mets MLB star Darryl Strawberry threatens teammates for criticising his play; he is now an ordained minister • 1988 Gene Nelson of the Oakland A’s becomes first AL pitcher to steal a base since 1973 in 9-8 win over Toronto Blue Jays • 2006 Detroit Red Wings legend Steve Yzerman officially retires from the NHL, finishing with 692 goals and 1,755 points

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bransonglobe.com WORSHIP July 3 - 4, 2020 • 23 Come to Me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me; for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls.… (Matthew 11:28-29)

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