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Osage Beach Fire Asking for Levy Increase

Voters will head to the polls on Tuesday (4) in Camden County to vote on four issues. One of the issues involves the Osage Beach Fire Protection District. The district is asking for a 15-cent levy increase in order to keep up with the growing community. Fire Chief Jeff Dorhauer says board has done a great job in determining needs without having to ask for an increase up to this … [Read More]

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Benton County Man Killed in Accident

A Benton County accident claimed the life of a man on Sunday (2) night. Police say 26-year-old Dmitriy V. Balaban of Ballwin was westbound on Dillon Road, when he traveled off the right side of the roadway, struck a pole and overturned his vehicle, a 2001 … [Read More]

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Arnold Woman Injured After Boat Hits a Wake

An Arnold woman was injured following a boating accident Sunday afternoon. The Highway Patrol’s Water Division reports a 1994 Cobalt driven by 47 year old Martin Bradley also of Arnold struck a boat wake, causing 52 year old Esperanza Clemente to fall. … [Read More]


Five Arrested on the Lake Over the Weekend for BWI

It was another busy weekend on the Lake for the Missouri Highway Patrol’s Water Division as 5 people were arrested for Boating While Intoxicated. According to the Patrol’s arrest report, three boaters were cited for BWI in Camden and Morgan counties between … [Read More]


Highway Patrol to Conduct Public Alliance Program

Troop F of the Missouri Highway Patrol which serves the Lake region will be conducting a Community Alliance Program next month. The mission of the program is to provide personal interaction between the community and the Patrol and share what the Patrol’s … [Read More]

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Attorney General Responds to Motion of Dismissal

The Missouri Attorney General’s Office has responded to a motion of dismissal filed by Missouri Highway Patrol Sergeant Randy Henry’s Attorney. As K-R-M-S Radio first reported on Thursday (30), a motion was filed by Attorney Chet Pleban asking for the … [Read More]


Courthouse Open Saturday 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. On Saturday (1), they will be open from 8am to 12noon and from 8:30am to 5pm on Monday (3). So far, around 40 people have … [Read More]