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Osage Beach BOA Meeting Thursday

A number of items are on the agenda for this weeks meeting of the Osage Beach Board of Alderman. The board will consider and act on the An amendment to city code chapter 125 regarding human resources system (personnel) rules and regulations then a bill that would authorize the mayor to execute a contract modification with Hutchins telecom, inc. For the city park irrigation … [Read More]

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Gravois Fire Approves Budget Levy

Following a recent public meeting for the Gravois fire protection district, trustees for the district approved the 2014 operating budget tax levy that had been discussed in detail. According to Fire Chief Ed Hancock, this is a formal process required by the … [Read More]


Eldon Continues Search For Administrator

The search continues for a new administrator for the city of Eldon. The list of potential candidates has been narrowed down significantly thanks to help from a professional staffing company out of Jefferson City. Any potential candidate for the job would be … [Read More]


Planning and Zoning Meeting Tonight

The Camden County Planning and Zoning Commission will reopen a controversial zoning case dealing with property owned by Gary Prewitt when it meets Wednesday. Earlier this year, the Commission had recommended approving plans for the tract on bittersweet road in … [Read More]


Two Escape Police Only To Be Caught

Trying to outrun police isn’t the best idea, but two people figured they could pull it off and wound up getting caught anyway. According to a report, 38 year old Charles Brown and 33 year old Amanda Singleton had outstanding warrants and where confronted by … [Read More]

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More Info Released On Car Fire

Several bystanders saved the lives of the passengers inside a burning vehicle Tuesday in Lake Ozark. According to reports, a two car accident on business 54 in front of Menards resulted in three injuries and a vehicle fire. The car burst into flames after … [Read More]


Mayors Attend Hearing On FLW Cuts

The Mayor of Richland was among a number of area officials that attended a hearing on Monday regarding possible job cuts at Fort Leonard Wood. Richland Mayor Lucy Henson joined a number of local leaders including the Mayors of Waynesville, St. Robert, Crocker … [Read More]

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Vehicle Fire Shuts Down Business 54

A fire that consumed a vehicle caused a long delay for motorist late Tuesday afternoon. According to the Lake Ozark Police Department, a vehicle caught on fire on business 54 in front of Menards. All of the passengers were able to escape the vehicle before it … [Read More]

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MDNR Approves Sunrise Beach’s Application

The Village of Sunrise Beach is celebrating after the Department of Natural Resources not only approved their requests for a Grant and a Loan, but increased the Grant amount for the water project. MDNR’s revolving fund Grant was increased from $564,479 to … [Read More]

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Camden Sheriff Says Take The Shuttles

Its Shootout week and thousands of visitors and racers are preparing for what is one of the biggest events of the season for the Lake of the Ozarks. Camden County Sheriff Dwight Franklin says they’re ready to help traffic on highway 5 Franklin says … [Read More]

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Camdenton Schools Start Tuesday

Students in the Camdenton school district started school on Tuesday. Superintendent of schools Dr. Tim Hadfield says they’re starting this year off with some improvements in the schools including security systems Students in some area schools will also … [Read More]