The secretary of a local cemetery board has also been charged with stealing more than 20-thousand dollars from the Second Freewill Baptist Church. 69 year old Patsy Ann Starnes of Lebanon was charged this week. Her brother, who was the president of the cemetery, was charged last week.
The Lee C Fine Airport is going to get some new tenants. The Osage Beach Board of Aldermen approved terms of contract to sublease land at the airport, at their last meeting. Airport Manager Budd Hyde says these contracts have been in the works for years. The tenants will build and maintain private airplane hangars at the Airport.
The Board also approved renewing the contract with the company that maintains the instrument approach system at the airport. And, the Board authorized Mayor Penny Lyons to sign a State Block Grant agreement with MoDOT to perform environment assessment services at the Grand Glaize Airport.
The City of Osage Beach is going to put a new stop sign at the intersection of Highway 54 and Key Largo Road. MoDOT is working on paving Key Largo, and the sign will be placed there, when the project is complete.
Bob Shore Stadium will be lit, tonight, for a 5-K run and walk designed to raise awareness about protecting children. April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. The Camden County Child Advocacy Council will have lights around the track to represent each child in Missouri who’s been abused, neglected or even killed at the hands of others, this past year. The event starts at seven.
A 19 year old Rolla man has been arrested for burglary and possession of burglar’s tools. The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department says Gavin Arthur was found with copper tubing in his pick up truck near two trailers that had been stripped of their copper water lines in the Dixon area, Wednesday. He’s been released on 25-hundred dollar bond.
It’s a great time for spring cleaning, because the Lake of the Ozarks Watershed Alliance is giving you the chance to dispose of hazardous household waste responsibly. Tomorrow is Hazardous Waste Reclamation Day. They will be collecting paint, pesticides, oil, electronics, batteries and fluorescent bulbs in the Camdenton High School Parking Lot from 9 a-m to 2 p-m. Habitat for Humanity will be recycling some of the items for their projects.
Three Camdenton High School students are competing this weekend at the National Junior Science and Humanities Symposium in San Diego. The top teen scientist wins a 12-thousand dollar scholarship. Kevin Bird, Kishan Patel and Bailee Slack will present their research to a distinguished panel of judges.
The State Fair Community College is going to offer classes this summer in Sunrise Beach. The Lake of the Ozarks College signed an agreement with Lake West Christian Academy to have a summer session in the building on North State Highway Five. Offerings include: Elementary Algebra and Public Speaking.