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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 the Planning and Zoning must take no further action regarding the planned unit development of the 22 acre tract nor … [Read More]

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Morgan County Sheriff Arrests 19 People

The Morgan County Sheriff’s Department has arrested 19 people for separate incidents over the past week. Between September 8th and the 14th, deputies picked up individuals on charges ranging from assault and illegal drugs to residential burglaries and domestic … [Read More]


Court Rewrites Ballot Summary For Early Voting

A Missouri Appeals Court panel has rewritten the ballot summary for a proposed Constitutional Amendment regarding early voting. In its ruling, the panel says the summary prepared by the State legislature was misleading because it didn’t mention the early … [Read More]


Unemployment Rate Drops In Missouri

The State unemployment rate dropped slightly last month according to a new report. The State Department of Economic Development released the figures Tuesday showing the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate dropped from 6.5 percent in July to 6.3 percent in … [Read More]

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Vetoed Bill Overturned Changes Laws On Guns

Last week in the veto session lawmakers overturned the veto on bill 656 that modifies provisions on firearms and corporate security advisers. Senate news reporter Dean Morgan reports Other items approved in the veto session include allowing captive deer … [Read More]

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Mitchell’s Take Plea Deal

A brother and sister whose murder trial was to be held this week in Camden County have taken a plea deal and are now headed to prison. Garland and Mandy Mitchell both entered guilty pleas on reduced charges for drugs in last year’s deaths of Fred and Carol … [Read More]


Four Seasons Wants Presence At P&Z Meeting

The Village of Four Seasons is reaching out to their residents to oppose the proposed zoning changes that the Camden County Planning and Zoning Commission could decide on at their upcoming meeting Wednesday evening. At the Trustee’s meeting, Village President … [Read More]

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Sunrise Beach TIF Remains The Same

The Sunrise Beach Board of Trustees recently made the decision to keep the status quo in regards to the tax increment financing district at Sunrise Beach Market Center. The board decided to stay with the pay-as-you-go system rather than issue public bonds. … [Read More]

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Camden Sheriff’s Office Has Unusual Call

September is proving to be a busy time for the Camden County Sheriff’s Department. That’s according to Sheriff Dwight Franklin who says they’ve just wrapped up a major operation to nab drunk drivers. Franklin says his department also investigated a … [Read More]


MODOT Continues To Work Past Defeat

Reaction continues to come in following last month’s defeat of the three quarter cent sales tax amendment for transportation. MODOT area engineer Bob Lynch explains the impact this will have on current and future projects. Lynch says new projects that … [Read More]


Business Leaders Alarmed By Court Ruling

Business leaders in Missouri are alarmed about a recent state Supreme Court ruling that allows unlimited punitive damages in a limited class of lawsuits. The court ruled last week that Missouri’s 2005 law capping punitive damages at $500,000 dollars does not … [Read More]