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Woman Injured In Boat Incident

A Georgia woman was seriously injured after the boat she was in hit a large wake Wednesday night at the nine mile marker of the main channel of the Lake of the Ozarks. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Water Division 52 year old Virginia Shaw of Atlanta, Georgia became airborne and fell within the boat. She was taken to Lake Regional hospital for treatment. … [Read More]

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Plans for K-9 Unit On Hold

Plans for a proposed K-9 unit for the Laurie Police Department remains up in the air. The city’s Board of Alderman tabled the proposal this week due to financial … [Read More...]

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Local Officers Honored In Laurie

Three area police officers have been honored for their efforts in saving the life of a suicidal woman. Laurie Mayor Scott Fahrer presented a certificate of appreciation to Officers David Lobaugh and John Christian of the Laurie Police Department and Sunrise … [Read More]


Gravois Sewer Breaks Records

The Gravois Arm Sewer District is receiving funding for a preliminary engineering report from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources for the phase four sewer project. The project will connect three areas and sixty questionnaires were recently sent out to … [Read More]


Final List Of Transportation Projects

When lake area residents go to the polls next month they will know exactly what their tax dollars will bring to the area and the state if they approve a sales tax for transportation. The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission has approved a list of … [Read More]


One Dead, One Critical In Shooting

One person is dead and another in critical condition following a home invasion in Laclede County early Tuesday Morning. Police say someone kicked in the door of a home and then shot and killed 35 year old Jason Gerber. A 15 year old boy was also shot and … [Read More]

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Men Sought For Assault In Lake Ozark

The Camden County Sheriff’s Department is investigating an alleged attack at a popular water front establishment over the July 4th holiday weekend. Police say three female victims from Jefferson City were allegedly attacked by a group of four to six men as … [Read More]

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OBPD Made Several Arrests Last Week

Four arrests have been made by the Osage Beach Police Department during the first week of July. 24 year old James Dixon of Osage Beach was arrested for second degree felony domestic assault, while 38 year old Traci Perkins of Lebanon was arrested for third … [Read More]

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Boil Order In Barnett Wednesday

The western section of the city Barnett in Morgan County remains under a boil order after a water main broke yesterday. Crews were able to fix the problem, however the boil order remains in effect until water samples come back clean. A reminder, a boil order … [Read More]

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Nixon Vetos Bill Making Deer Livestock

Governor Jay Nixon has vetoed two bills defining captive Deer as livestock. Nixon says the legislation would have violated the State’s Constitution and go against longstanding successful conservation practices. Nixon says the legislation would have also … [Read More]


Senator Blunt Fights For Sportsman’s Rights

Legislation has been introduced that could directly impact the Ozark National Scenic Riverways. Missouri U.S. Senator Roy Blunt has filed an amendment to the bi-partisan sportsmen’s act of 2014. According to a release from the Senator’s office, he did this to … [Read More]

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MODOT Says No Left Turns On Redlights

The Missouri Department of Transportation has decided against left hand turns on a red light in the parkway area. MODOT Area Engineer Bob Lynch explains their reason behind the decision: NEWS-070714-LYNCH-2 Lynch says right now state law prohibits left … [Read More]