A house panel has approved a plan to cut Governor Nixon’s travel budget. The idea is to increase the basic aid for k-12 schools and increase money for college scholarships. A house budget committee voted in favor of a package that outlines Missouri’s spending for the next fiscal year. The measures will next need approval from the full house.
Morgan county R-1 (stover)
Morgan county R-2
State Fair College at the Lake
The following Businesses or events are closed or cancelled:
Camden County Administration building is closed. Judicial building will be having court today and the sheriff’s office is open.
Hope Lutheran No noon service and no women’s Bible study
Hurricane Deck Lions Club Bingo tonight
Osage Beach Senior Center
Versailles Nutrition Center
Waste Watchers by Laclede Industries Recycling Center
West side senior center
A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for the Lake area as winter weather once again starts to make its way into the region. According to the National Weather Service, we could see some Ice under the Snowfall
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A man from Brumley was arrested yesterday (Monday) by the Miller County Sheriff’s office on possible rape charges. According to the Miller County Sheriff’s office, Gary Devault has been taken into custody and charged with one count of rape and one count of sodomy, both in the 1st degree. The sensitivity in this case is due to the fact that female involved is a juvenile who had to be transported by ambulance to an area hospital following a contact to police deputies. The Sheriff was made aware of the incident thanks to the help of the Osage Beach Police department as well as the Kids Harbor organization.
It’s been 18 years since Camden County Assessor Eddie Whitworth took the reigns of the assessor’s position. A lot has happened since then, including the growth of the Lake and the 1st class county designation for Camden County. He’s seen it all and now he’s ready to see it in a different light, retirement. Whitworth wants to spend more time with family and friends and will officially leave the courthouse one last time on March 7th. The County Commission is planning to appoint an interim assessor until the Governor can appoint someone to take over in September of 2017.
There are some new developments in the story we reported on last week regarding the arrest of 38 year old Jeremy White of Crocker on four counts of felony child abuse and endangering the welfare of a child. Now the mother in the case, 35 year old Rachel Valencia has also been arrested. Valencia tested positive for methamphetamine while giving birth to a child. The infant has been removed from the mother’s custody along with the four other children that were found in a home that can only be described as disgusting and unsafe. Drug charges against both White and Valencia are also pending.