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A Columbia Man Gets 10 Years in Prison for Selling Cocaine in the Lake Area

A Columbia man who admitted to selling Cocaine in the Lake Area is headed to prison. 36 year old Jonathan Richard Gray was sentenced Tuesday to ten years in federal prison without parole. Gray and a co-defendant, 36 year old Levi Mclean Franklin Coolley also of Columbia pled guilty to participating in a conspiracy to distribute more than five kilograms of cocaine in Boone … [Read More]

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One Injured in Boating Accident

A Morgan Hill, California man was injured following a boating accident Wednesday afternoon in Harper Hollow Cove at the 19.1 mile marker. The Highway Patrol’s Water … [Read More]

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MoDot Needs to Spend Money

MoDot is in danger of losing matching Federal funds if they are not used by a certain time. 47-million-dollars is at stake if the road department does not figure out a way to spend that money. Bob Lynch says they can only look so far into the … [Read More]

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New Senior Related Housing to be Built in Lake Ozark

A new retirement center was approved for construction recently by the Lake Ozark Board of Alderman. Pete Ramsell made a presentation detailing the new Fish Haven Estate senior housing project.   He explains to the board about the decision to go with most units … [Read More]

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Viper Named As Florida Race Producer

Viper Communications, parent company of K-R-M-S, has been chosen as the production company for the Offshore Power Boat Championship races in Englewood, Florida in November. Viper Communications has teamed up with W-W-S-B-T-V in Sarasota and is actively seeking … [Read More]


Courthouse Open This Weekend for Absentee Voting

The Camden County Courthouse will be open this weekend for those desiring to submit absentee ballots for the upcoming election next week. Their hours of operation will be 8:30am to 4:30pm for the remainder of the week. On Saturday (1), they will be open from … [Read More]

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Helpers For Hire Helps Seniors and Others

During the summer months, the Camden County Sheriff’s Office as well as other law enforcement agencies receive many calls, especially from senior citizens concerning scam artists quoting one price then changing the price after completing the work at their … [Read More]


Lake Ozark Changes Naming Persons in Ordinances

There is a change in how the City of Lake Ozark will handle titles and names in their ordinance. On Tuesday (28) the board voted approval, after hearing from City Administrator Dave Van Dee on what to include in an ordinance on who has access of public … [Read More]

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School of the Osage Ready to Register New Students

The School of the Osage is gearing up for another school year. In connection with that, administration and faculty are preparing to register new students to the district. Superintendent Doctor Brent Dupree has tips to help with the enrollment … [Read More]


Destination Camdenton Plans to be Revealed

Camdenton City leaders are meeting with others in the community to discuss the plans that are outlined for Destination Camdenton. Camdenton City Administrator Jeff Hancock says the consulting firm R-D-G will have the answers many have been wondering about … [Read More]