Well if you are looking for some fun the LOWA has just received permission to host an event for Kayak enthusiasts at ha ha Tonka one Saturday per month beginning on April 14th. This is to get interested parties who share a common interest together for a meeting to have you meet fellow community members. The Events will take place from 9 until noon and is open to anyone from beginner to expert.
Missouri Department of Natural Resources’ Division of Geology and Land Survey of Rolla Mo, will conduct a Cadastral Mapping Standards Stakeholder meeting Thursday, April 12. The public meeting will be held from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, 1730 E. Elm St., in Jefferson City. At this meeting, the department will accept comments from interested stakeholders regarding promulgation of a rule in development for Cadastral Mapping Standards. The cadastral layer is the foundation for property ownership, rights-of-way, easements and other restrictions or burdens placed on parcels of land.
Lake Ozark Police Chief Mark Maples who visited KRMS last week will have to wait until the April sales tax numbers come in before he learns if the board of aldermen will approve hiring a new officer this summer. The Lake Ozark Aldermen had unanimously agreed last week to put on hold a request by Chief Maples to add one new officer mid-year. The board wants to review the city’s finances after the April sales tax report arrives in the next couple of weeks. There is concern that there is not enough in the budget to allocate for an entire new salary. The decision will be made when those numbers are in and it is expected that they are to be in within the next few weeks.
The first filming of the new Auction House show was this weekend and filming took place at four different condos in Camdenton, Sunrise Beach and Lake Ozark
The show will air on HGTV and focuses on home buying at an auction.
Another taping of the show is scheduled for next weekend, April 7th.
If you are wanting to attend or want more information, you can email HGTVAuctionHouse@gmail.com. The event is free and open to the general public. Those under age 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
A head-on crash was reported Friday afternoon, in which a vehicle went off the right side of Missouri 42 in Miller County. The driver, 82-year-old Wayne Ponder, from Iberia, overcorrected and crossed the center line, crashing into another vehicle.
The collision killed Ponder and the driver of the other vehicle, 54-year-old Brian Nixdorf, from Iberia. There was another passenger in Nixendorf’s vehicle, a 45-year-old woman who sustained serious injuries and was flown to a Columbia hospital.
On March 15, the Osage Beach Police Department, Lake Ozark Police Department and the Camden County Sheriffs Department conducted a joint Alcohol Compliance Check Operation of businesses within the Lake area.
The operation was conducted between the hours of 4-7 p.m.
During the operation there was no sale at Quick Stop in Osage Beach, Murphy’s Express in Osage Beach, Jiffy Stop in Lake Ozark and Runway Express in Osage Beach However, those in violation were Casey’s in Osage Beach, Break Time in Lake Ozark and Minit Mart in Lake Ozark.
According to The Osage Beach Police Department, During the operation, the business where sales to minors occurred, the store clerks were issued a summons to appear in municipal court.
Reports of the violations are then forwarded to the Missouri Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control.
Due to the rain, the equine health and vaccination clinic that was to be held at the Page Farm next to George’s Tack and Feed on Saturday March 24, has been moved to tomorrow, April 1 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
According to Dr. Leek, if you can’t make it that day and need his services before the first, he will honor the price list for the clinic, however a farm call fee may be applied.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact Sgt. Arlyne Page at 573-480-3112 or if you need to contact Dr. Leek he can be reached at 573-836-1346.