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Ha Ha Tonka, the state park near Camdenton, is known for its caves, bluffs, and even a castle. But this December, it will hold a different kind of attraction: deer hunting. KSMU’s Adam Hammons has more.

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This Monday the Springfield-Branson National Airport celebrated the opening of a new taxiway, as part of increased safety measures. KSMU’s Theresa Bettmann attended the ribbon cutting ceremony and files this report.

Allison Cash talks with Ruell Chappell, head of the Well-Fed Neighbor Alliance, about farming and locally-grown food.

Hillcrest High School’s cafeteria will soon become a safe room to withstand natural disasters. The Springfield school received a $1.29 million FEMA grant for the project. KSMU’s Adam Murphy reports.

Greene County has sent out the 2010 real estate and personal property tax bills, and property owners should be receiving them this month. The assessor’s office usually receives hundreds of questions about these bills. KSMU’s Adam Murphy spoke with Greene County Assessor Rick Kessinger to answer these questions.

Ilga Vise talks with Ann Fuhrman, United Nations librarian and document specialist at Missouri State University, about the UN Depository at MSU's Meyer Library.

Comedian Michael Jr. will perform at 7 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 18 at Drury University’s Clara Thompson Hall to benefit Boyd Elementary School’s perfect attendance lunch program, a partnership with Drury. Michael Jr. performs for both mainstream and faith-based audiences without changing his material. His show is titled “Funny for a Reason.” The show is sponsored by ONCOURSE Magazine, an award-winning youth ministries magazine based in Springfield, reaching 160,000 middle and high school students across the nation. Tickets will be available at the door for $5 for individuals and $12 for families (up to four people). Children ages 4 and under are free. Donations for Boyd will also be accepted at the event. For more information call Boyd Elementary at 523-1500.

Parkview High School theatre will present Rogers and Hammerstein’s musical “South Pacific” through Sunday Nov.14--tonight and tomorrow night at 7:00pm and Sunday at 2:00pm. Tickets are $8 adults $6 students and seniors, and $4 children. Springfield Public School employees get in free. Tickets are available online at www.phstheatre.org/boxoffice.html or call 523-9300. Parkview is located at 526 W. Meadowmere.

  • Watch a college basketball game
  • Attend the Miss Missouri USA and Teen USA Pageants
  • Hear local musicians
  • Celebrate a cow's birthday
  • Dance
  • See a dance concert
  • Celebrate pets and winter
  • Learn about adoption options
  • Watch a dog show
  • Sample Jewish food
  • Tour a free health clinic