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SBFPD Public Hearing On Code Changes Thursday

The Sunrise Beach fire protection district is holding a public hearing tonight (Thursday) regarding proposed changes to the district’s fire codes. Fire Chief Dennis Reilly says they’re looking forward to receiving input from the public. Tonight’s public hearing is being held at the district’s administration building on highway five beginning at seven o’clock. … [Read More]

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Fire Destroys Home In Moniteau County

A fire destroyed a home last night (Wed) in Moniteau County while the homeowners were at church. According to reports, firefighters responded to the blaze on high point road off route “C”. There were no injuries reported and the family is now staying with … [Read More]

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Senate Panel Considering Changes To Police Force

There may be some changes coming to when police officers in Missouri can use deadly force. A Missouri senate panel is considering the tightening of state law on what justifies the use of deadly force following the fatal police shooting in Ferguson last year. … [Read More]


Lake Area Closings For 03/05 On KRMSRADIO.COM

Here’s a look at the closings and cancellations around the Lake: The following schools are closed: Crocker R-2 Dogwood Hills State School Eldon Iberia R-5 Laclede R-1 Niangua R-5 Richland R-4 Stoutland R-2   The following … [Read More]

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Rendering Of New Rooms At The Lodge On KRMSRADIO.COM

The company responsible for transforming the Lake of the Ozark’s Lodge of the Four Seasons resort has released a rendering of what the new rooms will look like. The lodge has been an icon at the Lake for many years but has not had a renovation for quite some … [Read More]


2k Reward For Info On Vandalism In Edwards

The Benton County Sheriff’s office continues to investigate a vandalism that occurred on the Forbes Land Owners Association in Edwards earlier this week. According to Sheriff Rich Fajen, some individual or individual’s trespassed on the Forbes property and … [Read More]

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Cole Camp Audit Shows City Doing Well

The city of Cole Camp recently wrapped up the audit of the books in 2014 and they where very pleased with the results. Mayor Burton Bormann says that the city’s operations were in great shape. At their last city meeting, the board of aldermen discussed a new … [Read More]

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Camdenton BOA Results On KRMSRADIO.COM

It was a busy night for the Camdenton board of alderman as several resolutions and bills were discussed. One was approved that allows the Camden County historical society to host the civil war re-enactment and also approved bills that update city ordinances in … [Read More]


Laclede Woman In Custody For Stealing From Banks

A Laclede County woman is in big trouble after being arrested for stealing thousands of dollars from area banks. Casey Lowery is accused of opening an account at a bank in Lebanon and one in Osage Beach and then depositing forged counterfeit checks which … [Read More]


Planned Power Outage In Richland Rescheduled

Tonight is not the night the lights go out in Richland. Show me power electric cooperative has rescheduled a planned outage for next Thursday march 12th from midnight to 2 am. The planned power outage was originally scheduled for just after midnight tonight … [Read More]


Bill Could Cut Nixon’s Travel Budget For Schools

A house panel has approved a plan to cut Governor Nixon’s travel budget. The idea is to increase the basic aid for k-12 schools and increase money for college scholarships. A house budget committee voted in favor of a package that outlines Missouri’s spending … [Read More]