27-year-old Daniel D. Hatheway of Osage Beach was arrested on an Osage Beach warrant.
34-year-old Edward W. Mehl of Osage Beach was arrested for Third Degree Domestic Assault.
62-year-old Roy L. Mizell of Kaiser was arrested for Driving While Revoked, Failure to Maintain Proof of Insurance, Failure to Register Vehicle and Failure to Display License Plates.
29-year-old Joseph L. Bell of Osage Beach was arrested for Driving While Suspended, Second Offense and Failure to Signal.
66-year-old Terry L. Hackett of Osage Beach was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated and Failure to Drive on the Right Half of the Roadway…
Camden County Sheriff’s Deputies were honored last week at the State Capitol in Jefferson City for their acts of heroism. Deputies Adam Edgar, Jeff Lepper and Trenton Teubner received framed copies of House Resolutions commending them. Camden County Sheriff Dwight Franklin says he is thrilled to see them get these commendations…
Deputies Edgar and Teubner helped deliver a baby on the side of the road in January and Deputies Edgar and Leeper performed rescue breathing on James Lewis in March after he wandered into a Camdenton pond…
The Lake Ozark Board of Alderman will meet Tuesday night to discuss a number of items. Under old business, the Board will consider possible action on an amended ordinance dealing with taxi cab services in the city. Under new business, newly elected officials from last week’s general election will be sworn in and several reports will be given. The Board is also expected to discuss approving the purchase of a new police vehicle and will consider approving a number of special event applications that have been submitted to the city. Tuesday’s meeting begins at 6 o’clock at city hall.
Work continues on a new comprehensive plan for the city of Camdenton. City Administrator Jeff Hancock says the plan will address several things including the direction Camdenton is headed, its vision, and what’s in the best interest of the community.
Hancock says the public is invited to attend an open house that is scheduled for Tuesday April 28th at the Mid County Fire Station. Residents can also go to destinationcamdenton.org to find out more and to fill out a survey regarding the future direction of the city.
The results of last week’s general election will be certified and newly elected members will be sworn in during tonight’s (Monday) meeting of the Camdenton Board of Education. In other business, the board will receive an update on progress regarding the securing of bonds for construction and refinancing along with an update on the new elementary school being constructed on Nichols Road. The Board will also discuss proposed capital projects for next year, approve new courses for the high school and middle school and is also expected to adopt a District Assessment Plan. Tonight’s meeting begins at 5:30 at the Administration Building Board Room.
Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler who represents the 4th Congressional District serving the Lake of the Ozarks has received an award from the National Association of Manufacturers. She was given the “N.A.M.” Award for Manufacturing Legislative Excellence. Hartzler says with Missouri’s manufacturers responsible for over $35 billion dollars of the state’s economic output; and manufacturing jobs accounting for almost 10% of all Missouri employment, she is proud to support this industry and remains committed to advancing proposals that promote job growth and growing the manufacturing industry.