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Prewitt Countersues Camden County For 2.7 Million

Gary Prewitt is fighting back against the Camden County Commission after they attempt to shut down his establishment, Lazy Gators. According to court documents filed by Gary Prewitt and his group, they’re looking to seek a judgment in a counterclaim of $2.7 million dollars in damages from Camden County. Several motions were filed including a motion for a Default Judgment as … [Read More]

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Osage Beach Weekly PD Report On KRMSRADIO.COM

Seven people have been arrested over the past week by the Osage Beach police department. 23 year old Jonathan Harbin of Hollister was picked up on a warrant out of the state of Louisiana for sexual battery with a minor while 20 year old Rachel Henley of Lake … [Read More]

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Weekly Area Road Projects On KRMSRADIO.COM

A number of highway projects are taking place this week in the Tri-county area. Pavement and sidewalk improvements continue in Camden County as the contractor will install pedestrian signal upgrades at the town square intersection. Occasional lane closures are … [Read More]

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Legislative Leaders To Focus On Economics & Education

Pro-life legislation may not be a top priority for state lawmakers in the New Year. Legislative leaders say their focus will be on economics and education. However there are a couple of bills being considered, including annual health inspections of clinics and … [Read More]

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Missouri Residents To Get Refund From T-Mobile

Missouri is getting more than $280,000 dollars from t-mobile for unfairly charging its customers for third party text message subscriptions. Attorney General Chris Koster has announced that Missouri is one of 49 states that settled with T-Mobile for at least … [Read More]

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No Utility Increases For Warsaw Residents

The city of Warsaw has good news for their residents. According to the Board of Aldermen, the city is not increasing their utility rates as we head into the New Year. At last week’s meeting, board members debated the 2015 budget which anticipates no new water … [Read More]

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Judge Orders Continuance For Lazy Gators

New court documents recently obtain now show that an area Judge has put a pause to Camden County’s efforts to shut down a lake area establishment. Apparently Judge Ralph Jaynes has giving a continuance on a case filed earlier this year where the Camden County … [Read More]

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Eldon Students Raise $10K For Classmate

Students in the Eldon school district recently held a special rally for one of their own. Students organized a rally for classmate named Christian who currently is battling Cancer in the form of a brain tumor. Students at the Eldon School decided to make him a … [Read More]

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Toll Bridge Could See A Study

Since its conception many have wondered the benefits of its existence and others have appreciated it’s connections. Now, the Lake West Chamber of Commerce is considering the idea of doing a study on the Lake’s Community Bridge. According to Deborah Buscher, … [Read More]

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Laclede Electric Donates Coats To Dogwood

Laclede Electric Cooperative which serves the Lake of the Ozarks south made a rather large donation this week. According to Byron Dudley, the co-op’s staff donated several large coats from area children’s clothing stores to the Dogwood Elementary school. The … [Read More]

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First Ever Missouri Beef Summit In January

Governor Nixon has announced the first ever Beef Summit to be held in January. According to Nixon, too many cattle are being raised in our state only to be sent off for processing somewhere else. Nixon says instead of our state gaining the benefits, other … [Read More]