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Body Found In Big Niangua Identified

A body that was found floating in the Big Niangua arm on Wednesday has been identified. Authorities say the body is that of 55 year old David Martin of Kaiser. He was found by a nearby resident and an autopsy was performed Thursday. According to the Highway Patrol’s Water Division the investigation is on-going and at this point say martin’s death could be either an unreported … [Read More]

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Camelot Sewer Public Meeting Thursday

A public information meeting regarding the proposed consolidation of the Camelot Estates water and sewer systems is scheduled for today. Stan Shultz with Shultz surveying is the firm hired to work on the project and he says the main purpose of the meeting is … [Read More]


Osage Beach BOA Meeting Thursday

A number of items are on the agenda for Thursday’s meeting of the Osage Beach Board of Alderman. A letter from the citizen advisory committee regarding their recommendations for the Osage Beach parkway west of the Grand Glaize bridge will be reviewed. In other … [Read More]


Possible Citizenship Test For MO High Schools

A proposal to require high school students to pass a test used for immigrants applying for citizenship is receiving support from some former Missouri officials. Former Governor Bob Holden and other political leaders believe the test is necessary to educate … [Read More]

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Camden Historical Society Awarded Grant

The Missouri humanities council has awarded a grant of $2,500 to the Camden County historical society in support of an upcoming history weekend project. The historical society is a part of the Camden County museum located in Linn Creek that has been preserving … [Read More]


Kander Wants To Cuts Fees

Secretary of State Jason Kander wants to reduce fees for companies doing business in Missouri. Kander says his goal is to do away with many of the numerous different fees charged to businesses. Instead, he wants to charge only a processing fee for most filings … [Read More]

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Speaker Jones Looks At Other Jobs

Because of term limits, Speaker of the House Tim Jones hands over the gavel to someone else when the next legislative session begins. The four-term republican representative wants to stick around the Jefferson City area though, on “Missouri Viewpoints”, Jones … [Read More]


Camden Commission To Meet Wednesday Morning

The Camden County Commission will meet today in regular session. Items on the agenda include no fee rezoning, a Camelot tax hearing and budget amendments. The meeting starts at 10am and is open to the public. View their agenda CAMDEN COUNTY ADVANCER 091814 … [Read More]


Judge Stops P&Z From Action On Prewitt

Camden County Court says take no further action to the Planning and Zoning Commission in regards to the Prewitt project on Horseshoe Bend. Early this Wednesday morning Gary Prewitt and Enowski Farms INC stood before Judge Bruce Colyer who issued a ruling that … [Read More]


Committee To Investigate HWP Water Division

A bi-partisan group of state representatives will be investigating the Highway Patrol’s Water Division. Though not specifically mentioned in a press release, the move comes after an Iowa man, 20 year old Brandon Ellingson drowned while in custody back in may. … [Read More]

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Osage Beach Police Stats On KRMSRADIO.COM

Several arrests have been made over the past week by the Osage Beach Police Department. 43 year old Matthew Laughlin of Camdenton was picked up for possession of marijuana while 25 year old Adrianne Jones of Linn Creek and 52 year old Kevin Hogan of Columbia … [Read More]