Camdenton Police are asking anyone who saw the fight outside The Underground Bar early Saturday to talk to officers. They’re investigating the events that led to a man being stabbed multiple times. By the time officers arrived on the scene, about 1:40am, people on the square said some of the people who were injured in the altercation has already left. They’d like to talk to more witnesses, at 346-4604.
Lake Ozark Firefighters say the fire that damaged a house on Leisure Road Sunday night appears to have ignited behind the refrigerator and was electrical in nature.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol says two people from Linn Creek were hurt, yesterday, about 5:40pm on Route Y at Big Surf. 43 year old Jose Aquilar Monge from Osage Beach stopped in the roadway to pick up pedestrians. 56 year old Rick Garrison from Camdenton came over the crest of the hill and hit the other car. Passengers 14 year old Joaquina Vasquez and 17 year old Paftora Vasquez were taken to Lake Regional Hospital.
Osage Beach Board of Aldermen are trying to prevent Linn Creek from annexing a portion of East Highway 54. The City of Linn Creek has requested permission from MoDOT to extend its city limits to just beyond Lake Printing on the highway, saying that would clear up a city limit border confusion at the Y Road interchange. Osage Beach Aldermen passed a resolution opposing that request, and there were accusations that Linn Creek wants that stretch of road to set up a speed trap. Linn Creek’s Mayor has stated the city would not be able to provide water or sewer services to the annexation area.
A state appointed Board of Arbitration has voted unanimously against allowing the Joel E. Barber School District to annex the portions of the Dallas County School District that are in Laclede County.
Governor Jay Nixon signed an Executive Order directing the Missouri National Guard to coordinate and supervise the state’s efforts responding to imminent flooding along the Missouri River and its tributaries, yesterday.
Osage Beach Board of Aldermen have cleared another step toward opening the Dierbergs shopping center. Aldermen approved an agreement for the Osage Water Company to sign over easements, water lines and wells around the former High Pointe Center property to the city. The city will release some easements to the grocery store chain, and Dierbergs will cap existing wells and pay for customers currently being served by Osage Water to be connected to the city’s water system.