Published Friday, September 11, 2015
Big Cedar is proud to announce beginning Sunday, September 13th, Sunday Brunch will now be served year-round at Johnny Morris’ Top of the Rock Ozarks Heritage Preserve. The Brunch will be held inside the Osage Restaurant, offering captivating views of Table Rock Lake. The historic Worman House, which formerly hosted the famous Champagne Sunday more»
Published Friday, August 28, 2015

We’re celebrating the next phase of the capital campaign to renovate the Brentwood Branch Library with a family block party. The Library has moved closer to the $2.5 million goal, and now it’s time to let all of our library patrons help us finish the campaign. We’ll kick it off with free food, children’s activities and live music. For details call 883-1974.

Published Thursday, August 20, 2015

Third Annual Survey by Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. is One of the Largest and Most Comprehensive of its Kind; Provides Insights from More than 3,000 Organizations

ITASCA, Ill., Aug. 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Despite the healthcare reforms implemented under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, 90 percent of employers are facing increases in the premiums they pay for employee health plans, with nearly 25 percent of employers seeing rate increases in the double digits according to a new survey of 3,031 U.S. employers. This puts U.S. employers in the challenging position of needing to balance two competing priorities: attracting and retaining a competitive workforce, and maintaining or decreasing overall operating costs.

These findings were part of the 2015 Arthur J. Gallagher & Co. (Gallagher) Benefits Strategy & Benchmarking Survey, one of the largest and most comprehensive benefits surveys of its kind, spanning a wide range of industries, geographic regions, and employer sizes and types. This annual study covers major benefits categories including medical; wellness; dental; absence management and disability; life insurance; retirement; voluntary and employee communication.


Published Thursday, August 13, 2015

Infertility issues are often one of the least talked about among friends and couples, because they are one of the most personal health problems one can experience. Learn more now about how acupuncture may be a treatment option to boost fertility.

Published Monday, August 10, 2015

re:iimmune® is an illness recovery solution that combines Clinical Strength Hydration® with a package of essential nutrients, including a prebiotic and a complex of 14 probiotics to support intestinal immunity. This unique, dual-action formula helps support and fast-track recovery from illness and dehydration. re:iimmune is an isotonic patent-pending oral rehydration solution that combines 40 years of hydration science with the latest advanced science of gut immunity.


Published Monday, July 27, 2015

We need your help in educating the community on where it’s hard earned money is going to work LOCALLY in the following areas: Detailed information available

  • Prevention Education
  • Early Detection Education
  • Patient Services and Support
  • Research
Published Tuesday, July 14, 2015
Published Monday, July 13, 2015

SCORE, a not-for-profit association, provides free and confidential business advice to new business owners or those considering starting a new business.


SCORE Mentors are business owners, CEO’s, CFO’s, entrepreneurs and managers with experience owning and operating a business. Mentors volunteer an hour or two a week to help individuals with things like: creating a business plan, funding and financial projections, sales and marketing, reaching new markets and setting goals.


“SCORE provides a valuable community service by assisting in starting new businesses, which in turn increases job opportunities,” said Mentor John Fleming.


As business experts, the core purpose of SCORE Mentors is to strengthen small businesses, local communities and the local job market.


Nationwide, SCORE has helped more than 9 millions clients achieve their dreams.


To find out more about SCORE, becoming a mentor or other ways to get involved, please contact Bob Headlee at 417-850-8807 or John Fleming at 417-576-7697; or, visit




Bob Headlee @ 417-850-8807

John Fleming @ 417-576-7697

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