Smoking Ban Discussion Tonight in OB

The topic of smoking in bars and restaurants is on the agenda tonight in the city of Osage Beach. The city meets at 6:30 for their board meeting with a discussion of a recent smoking survey listed as the last agenda item. City Administrator Nancy Viselli discussed the results last month.

Agenda items also include a no parking zone on Spindrifter, bid awards, repairs to the Sands lift station, and a maintenance contract for the city hall ground source heat pump system.

City Looks for Sponsors for Disc Golf Course

The Camdenton disc golf course is looking for sponsors. The course will have names and logos of sponsors on all nine holes of the city course which was approved in the 2012 budget. Camdenton will also be getting a visit from a B25 Bomber in October. The city airport will host the B25 in a fly in event on Saturday the 15th of October. Saturday, October 22nd will be the rain date.

Injury in PWC Accident at 13 MM

A Sunrise Beach man is injured after his SeaDoo hits a boat wake Wednesday afternoon. Ronald Naber was headed west on his 2006 SeaDoo at the 13 Mile Mark when the 65 year old hit a large wake, he went airborne and landed on the watercraft. Naber suffered moderate injuries.

Two Injured in ATV Rollover

An ATV accident in Morgan County around three Wednesday afternoon injures two locals. 20-year old Joseph McGinness of Versailles was driving the ATV east on a piece of property on the fifteen thousand block of Highway O when the ATV hit an embankment and went airborne and overturned. McGinness and his passenger, 19 year old Terence Robertson of Barnett, were both thrown from the Yamaha. Robertson was wearing safety equipment and suffered moderate injuries.

Memorial Scheduled for Osage Beach Alderman Dave Gasper

A memorial service for former Osage Beach Ward 3 Alderman Dave Gasper will be held on Friday, September 9, at 10:30 a.m. at the Osage Beach City Park on Hatchery Road. Gasper was 72 years old and served as Ward 3 Alderman from 2008 until his death late last month. In lieu of flowers, donations to the city park are requested. The money will be used to buy a bench and plaque in Gasper’s memory.

Burglary Suspects Now Also Charged With Arson

Two men arrested last week for a string of burglaries at Lake area businesses are now also charged with arson. 18-year-old Joshua Sabin of Versailles and 31-year-old Michael Dickson of the Horseshoe Bend area allegedly set fire to the Weaver’s Tire Service warehouse in Versailles on August 3rd to cover up a burglary there. Sabin and Dickson are accused of stealing over $50,000 worth of merchandise from the Family Center in Versailles, a Radio Shack in Eldon and another business in Lake Ozark. Morgan County Sheriff’s Detective Jason Yaeger says they cut through roofs and disabled security alarms and cameras, stealing jewelry, coins, electronics and other merchandise from businesses in Miller, Morgan and Camden counties. The two men are being held in the Morgan County Detention Center.