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No Utility Increases For Warsaw Residents

The city of Warsaw has good news for their residents. According to the Board of Aldermen, the city is not increasing their utility rates as we head into the New Year. At last week’s meeting, board members debated the 2015 budget which anticipates no new water or sewer rate increases. The aldermen also discussed their options on replacing decking on the Joe Dice swing bridge and … [Read More]

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Toll Bridge Could See A Study

Since its conception many have wondered the benefits of its existence and others have appreciated it’s connections. Now, the Lake West Chamber of Commerce is considering the idea of doing a study on the Lake’s Community Bridge. According to Deborah Buscher, … [Read More]

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Laclede Electric Donates Coats To Dogwood

Laclede Electric Cooperative which serves the Lake of the Ozarks south made a rather large donation this week. According to Byron Dudley, the co-op’s staff donated several large coats from area children’s clothing stores to the Dogwood Elementary school. The … [Read More]


First Ever Missouri Beef Summit In January

Governor Nixon has announced the first ever Beef Summit to be held in January. According to Nixon, too many cattle are being raised in our state only to be sent off for processing somewhere else. Nixon says instead of our state gaining the benefits, other … [Read More]


Bill Could Give Seniors Fresh Produce

A new bill being proposed on Capital Hill could help Missouri and Lake Area seniors eat more fresh produce. According to reports, Democrat State Representative Kim Gardner has recently filed legislation to give seniors vouchers to Missouri’s local farmer’s … [Read More]


Staples Credit Card Hack Announced

Staples has announced a nationwide hack has occurred on their systems and over 1.16 million shoppers’ credit card information may be at risk. According to the report, the breach has affected a small fraction of their stores nationwide where customers made … [Read More]

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Appeals Court Dismisses Lawsuit Against Local Business

The Missouri Court of Appeals has officially dismissed a lawsuit against a local company because they don’t have the authority due to pending issues. According to reports, the 28 million dollar lawsuit against Copeland Scroll Compressors now owned by Emerson … [Read More]


US Attorney General To Investigate HWP Drowning

The drowning of an Iowa man at the Lake of the Ozarks while in the custody of the highway patrol’s water division is being personally reviewed by U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder. According to reports, Iowa U.S. Senator Chuck Grassely talked with holder … [Read More]


Coast Guard Charging Fees To Commercial Boats

A number of lake area boat owners are not exactly full of holiday cheer when it comes to news recently released by the U.S. Coast Guard. A new $26 dollar fee is being charged every year for boat owners to have their USCG documents renewed. This used to be … [Read More]


Kander Looks To Remove Fees For Farmers

Missouri secretary of state Jason Kander has announced that he will push for legislation to make family farm corporations exempt from unnecessary paperwork and fees. The legislation has been filed on his behalf by state representative Diane Franklin and state … [Read More]

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Listeria Outbreak Back In Missouri

Five people are dead due to a Listeria outbreak in several states around the country. The center for disease control has confirmed 28 cases in ten states including five in Missouri. Officials say the cause has been traced back to pre-packaged caramel apples … [Read More]