The Leap Day tornadoes are responsible for taking two lives and damaging hundreds of homes and businesses.
Some of the Branson strip took a beating from the Leap Day tornadoes. Most of the debris is removed, but still all throughout highway 76 there are reminders.
The Hilton Hotel was a symbol of what happened. Parts of it still remain closed. The Branson Landing reopened less than a week after the hit.
The MARC opened at the Red Roof Mall. For about a week, tornado victims could get help from several resources all in one place. This idea was modeled in Joplin.
Branson wasn't the only area hit. One woman died in a mobile home park, just south of Buffalo.
Then, another man was thrown from his trailer near Cassville and died.
Most of the businesses and shows are open in Branson, but it's recommended to check with your destination before you head to town.