The Missouri House passed a bill that would require voters to show government issued photo I-Ds to cast ballots. The measure now heads to the Senate.
Lake Ozark is moving forward with plans to get tough with residents who are not paying their sewer and water bills. In some cases, the individuals have moved from the area or were renting and can’t be located. But, the Board of Aldermen gave city [...]
Lake area law enforcement is getting serious about cracking down on bath salts. There have been at least two confirmed cases in Camden County. Camden County Sheriff Dwight Franklin says a man who was alleged to have used bath salt stimulants led deputies on a [...]
The Eldon School District is keeping its random drug testing program in place, even with a five thousand dollar a year price tag. Any student involved with the Missouri State High School Activities Association can be required to take a test. Superintendent of Schools Matt [...]
Lake Ozark has completed Phase One of a sewer project designed to bring the city’s sewer system up to standards set by the state Department of Natural Resources. The D-N-R set up the court ordered guidelines after a failure on one of the sewer lift [...]
You may have noticed something new in Versailles. The Bill’s Surplus sign went up on the former Gerbes building. The building has been remodeled and will house the surplus store, with discontinued and second hand items for sale, along with a beauty salon and a [...]
There’s a change of responsibility ceremony, tomorrow morning, at Fort Leonard Wood. Command Sargeant Major Robert Wells will pass his duties for the U-S Army Engineer School on to Command Sargeant Major Terrence Murphy. Wells is taking over duties of the Maneuver Support Center of [...]