Outdoor Life magazine has named Lebanon one of America’s Top 200 Towns for Sportsmen, for the third straight year. The city was honored for its access to three rivers, Bennett Spring State Park, fertile hunting grounds, and abundant trout and bass fishing.
Camdenton wants to know if you’d like to participate in an in town archery only deer hunt this fall. Archery hunting is allowed on privately owned property of at least three acres. If enough property owners sign up for a hunt, it will be scheduled for the start of Missouri deer archery season in September for licensed hunters. Call Camdenton City Hall, if you’re interested.
Cellular Sales is accepting used cell phones to donate to Joplin’s tornado victims whose phones were lost or destroyed. You can take them to the store in Stone Crest Mall.
Attorneys for the city of Eldon have asked the judge to throw out a lawsuit that challenges the city’s new billing structure for water and sewer rates. Some property owners files suit in April saying the new billing unfairly targets people who own multi unit property and is a violation of the Missouri Constitution’s Hancock Amendment.
Missouri’s College Savings Plan is celebrating the end of the school year with electronic readers. The program will be giving away Kindles on 529 Day. You can find out more at most529savings.com State Treasurer Clint Zweifel says the program is an affordable way to start saving for college expenses early.
Camdenton is planning to rewrite the city’s 29 year old yard sale ordinance. The Board of Aldermen says it’s outdated. They want language that allows not for profit groups to hold sales in commercially zoned areas. The first citywide yard sale in Camdenton is scheduled for June 10 and 11. There will be a map of individual sales available at City Hall. If you’re planning to participate, you can have your address added to the map by calling the City Clerk.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol says four family members were hurt, yesterday, when their car veered off Route C, south of Highway 17, struck a driveway and overturned. 60 year old Jackie Ash of Ulman was traveling southbound when the accident occurred, just before three o’clock. His wife, Beverly Ash, and two children, 5 year old Dalton and 9 year old Tyler, were also hurt in the Miller County crash.