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New business equals new jobs for Camdenton

The Camdenton Business Park at Highways 7 and 5 will soon have a new occupant which will bring more jobs to the city. Fiberglass Tank Solutions, LLC has agreed to a 5-year maximum lease which includes a 16,580-square-foot Galva Foam building and an approximate 3.64-acre site. At this week’s Board of Alderman meeting the board announced the agreement with the business that … [Read More]

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Camdenton High School Capital Projects

A number of capital projects were approved recently by the Camdenton School Board.  Superintendent Tim Hadfield says the largest project involves paving the parking lot at the high school baseball field. Hadfield says the project is expected to be finished … [Read More]

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Laurie Sells Propety To AOK For Business Expansion

The Laurie Board of Alderman has approved the selling of property for the purpose of business expansion.  In a recent closed session, the board approved the sell of .56 acres to Monty King, owner of AOK Sales and Service.  The property was sold for … [Read More]


BBB Warns Of Identity Theft

The deadline for Lake Area residents to file their taxes may be over; however the Better Business Bureau is urging consumers to be on guard against identity theft.  It’s being reported that filing online is a common way a person’s identity is stolen.  Scam … [Read More]


Teen Facing Charges After Repossessing A Vehicle

An 18 year old Lebanon man is facing tampering charges after he allegedly repossessed his repossessed vehicle.  According to police a 1995 Chevy Blazer was reported stolen from a used car lot on West Elm.  Officers quickly located the vehicle at a private … [Read More]

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Court Rules For Injured Workers

The Missouri Supreme Court has ruled in favor of giving legal protections to injured workers who are fired from their jobs.  In a 5-2 decision this week, the court overturned thirty years of precedent and ruled that employees no longer have to prove that … [Read More]


Corporal Punishment In Schools Banned By New Bill

A bill under consideration by the Missouri Legislature would ban corporal punishment or spanking in both public and private schools.  Missouri is one of 19 states that currently allow spanking or paddling in schools.  Opponents of corporal punishment say it … [Read More]


Don’t Drink The Water Notifications

Public Water Systems may soon be required to notify customers before eliminating fluoride from drinking water.  The Missouri House gave first round approval this week to legislation that would require notification at least 90 days before a vote to permanently … [Read More]


Easter Egg Hunts Around The Lake of the Ozarks

Looking for a place to take the kids Easter Egg Hunting this weekend? Here are the options around the Lake area: -The New Life Church of the Nazarene in Camdenton will have a giant Easter Egg Hunt with over 2,000 eggs on Saturday, April 19th for kids 12 and … [Read More]