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Lake Ozark Alderman Browning Resigns

A recently elected Alderman in the city of Lake Ozark has stepped down. Betsey Browning was elected Alderman in 2013 but has since moved out of the Ward 3 area and therefore can not continue as an Alderman. Lake Ozark Mayor Johnny Franzeskos accepted Browning’s resignation Wednesday morning and he has begun the process of looking for someone to take over her position until the … [Read More]

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Mills Elementary Torn Down For Parking Lot

If you’ve traveled down Bagnell Dam Blvd recently you may have noticed a building that’s coming down. Construction crews have begun tearing down the old Mills Elementary school which had been around since 1965. School of the Osage recently constructed a new … [Read More]


FLW Soldier Facing 33 Charges

A soldier stationed at Fort Leonard Wood is facing 33 charges that could turn into a 275 year prison sentence. According to the Fort Leonard Wood public affairs office, Staff Sergeant Angel Sanchez is charged with six counts of sexual assault, nine counts of … [Read More]

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Camdenton Police Arrest 10 Last Week

It was a very busy week for the Camdenton Police Department. Between August 20th to the 26th, officers responded to 626 calls and arrested 10 individuals on various charges include assault, property damage and disturbing the peace. Officers also arrested 31 … [Read More]


4,000 Signatures Sent To Army on FLW

Over 4,000 signatures were sent to the United States Army Environmental Command following a public comment period regarding cuts at Fort Leonard Wood. Earlier this month residents where asked to weigh in on the army’s proposed cuts that could result in 5,400 … [Read More]


Bridge To Be Closed On 254

The Department of Transportation has made a decision on when to close a bridge for repair work in Hermitage. The Route 254 bridge that crosses Pomme De Terre river will be closed following the labor day holiday and will remain closed for 35 days and is … [Read More]


Man Swims Nude In Water Fountain

An Ozarks man may have had a tad bit to much to drink after he strips and takes a dip in a water fountain. According to reports, the man whose name is not being released was handcuffed and placed into a police car after he removed all his clothing and took a … [Read More]


Shootout Racer Passes Away From Injuries

A racer that was injured in a crash during this weekend’s Lake of the Ozarks Shootout has died. 44 year old Michael Fiore of Bristol, Rhode Island died Tuesday night at University Hospital in Columbia due to complications from surgery. Authorities say Fiore … [Read More]

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Trash Dumped Behind American Legion Versailles

Versailles Police are investigating the recent dumping of trash behind the American Legion Post # 104. According to a report, officials with the American Legion located several vehicle tires, a/c units, propane tanks and additional automobile trash that were … [Read More]

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Lake Ozark Sets Moratorium On Communications

A moratorium on the building of cell phone towers is now in effect in the city of Lake Ozark. The Board of Alderman met in regular session Tuesday and unanimously passed a bill that establishes a moratorium of up to six months on certain telecommunication … [Read More]

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Seventh Person Charged In Beating Case

A seventh person has now been charged in connection with the robbery and death of an elderly man. Pulaski County Prosecutors have filed eight felony charges including second degree murder against 35 year old Earl Crossland of Waynesville. Last month Robert … [Read More]