A training session will take place this afternoon at the State Department of Conservation office in Camdenton for volunteers to help collect water quality samples from Lake of the Ozark tributaries this week. University of Missouri researchers hope to get samples from 100 different lake [...]
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This is Local Government Week in Osage Beach. The proclamation by Mayor Penny Lyons recognizes the contributions made by residents serving their community in public office.
Kelly Simino is scheduled in Miller County Circuit Court today. The 43 year old Eldon man will be arraigned on second degree murder charges for the death of Brandi Mathews. Simino’s attorney has filed a request for a speedy trial and a change of venue. [...]
The Gravois Arm Sewer District Board has asked Schultz and Summers Engineer Stan Schultz to call the E-P-A about extending the one million dollar Phase three sewer grant. The money is due to expire at the end of the year. The Phase III project still [...]
The Camden County Commissioners had a couple of seats expiring on the Senior Citizen’s Services Tax Fund Board. They have re-appointed Larry Magill and appointed a new member, Warren Nieburg.
The public comment portion of the Iberia City Council meeting got lively, as businessmen and residents asked council members to do something about younger residents hanging around outside, sometimes late at night. There were allegations that kids are vandalizing property and might even be responsible [...]
Morgan County will receive 39-thousand dollars in federal and state emergency funding for the February snowstorm. Emergency Management Administrator Rick Bias says the money will be credited to the General Revenue Fund. Morgan County Commissioners approved a policy change that allows a courier service to [...]