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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 process… If you have specific questions, you can contact your school directly… … [Read More]

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ATT Announces Big Change for FM and Cellphones

Soon, you will be able to listen to me or any other F-M radio station on your cell phone. A-T-and-T has teamed up with Android makers of cell phones to introduce NextRadio. Once the FM chip in your phone is activated, persons can listen to their favorite … [Read More]


Fatalities Are up in Missouri

An increase in traffic fatalities and drownings in Missouri are being indicated by the Missouri Highway Patrol. So far 437 traffic fatalities have been reported, up from 412 at the same time in 2014. On the water, 30 drownings have taken place so far, up from … [Read More]


Grape Industry Impacts Missouri

A recent study is showing the economic impact in Missouri with the state’s wine industry. One-point-76-billion-dollars is the expected impact from wines that are made from hybrid and native-American grapes. The recent overly wet weather has been an issue. … [Read More]

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Three Arrested Following Vehicle Theft

Three people were arrested over the weekend in connection with the theft of a vehicle. Camden County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a report of a vehicle theft in Camdenton. Corporal Scott Hines has the details… The man with the nickname of “Tank” is … [Read More]


Lake Checkpoint Results Released

The Missouri Highway Patrol Water Division conducted three sobriety checkpoints on the Lake on Saturday (25). 95 vessels were stopped. Of those stopped, seven were arrested for B-W-I, one was cited for not having a Boater’s Safety Education Card and nine … [Read More]

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Heat Advisory Remains in Effect for Lake Area

A Heat Advisory remains in effect through tonight (Monday 27).   Heat indices are expected to get upwards of 107 degrees. The combination of high temperatures and humidity will make for an increased potential for heat related illnesses. But there is relief in … [Read More]