The Lodge of Old Kinderhook construction moves along with tentative March 2015 grand opening

Ice rink tentatively open to public, hotel guests the first part of December

The Lodge at Old Kinderhook construction has progressed significantly since breaking ground in late 2013 with a tentative March 2015 grand opening.

August 20, 2014



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Eldon continues city administrator search

Annual audit shows increase in city’s net financial position

The City of Eldon continues making gradual progress toward hiring a new city administrator as the position has been vacant since March.

Rotary GSE India Team members sought

Rotary District 6080 is seeking applicants for the Group Study Exchange (GSE) team to District 3132 in west central India.

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Camdenton Rotary sends 3 area students overseas to study abroad

Rotary Youth Exchange program also sees international students study at local schools

Camdenton High School students and recent graduates Barnstable, Cassidy Zwart and Chloe Schmidt are living with host families, attending school and indulging in the local culture at various countries around the world.

Laurie sports leagues accepting sign-ups

Laurie’s co-ed fall recreational soccer league is taking sign-ups through Aug. 25.

Help support Laker Athletics in upcoming Golf Classic

The Laker Athletic Boosters is looking for participants in its 28th annual Laker Invitational Golf Classic Monday, Sept. 1, at The Oaks Golf Course at Tan-Tar-A Resort in Osage Beach.

Lake Regional Trim Kids program begins Sept. 4

The fall session of Lake Regional Health System’s Trim Kids program, a practical approach to weight loss and healthy living led by trained health care professionals, is approaching.

9/11 Freedom Run Sept. 13 to benefit Shop with a Fireman program

The Lake Ozark Fire District’s Benevolent Association will be holding its inaugural 9/11 Freedom Run at 8 a.m. Sept. 13 on Bagnell Dam Boulevard in Lake Ozark.

LANEG announces quarterly amounts of drug seizures

The Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group (LANEG) recently announced its drug seizure results for the previous quarter of April 1-June 30.

Highway Patrol reminds boaters of safety precautions during Lake of the Ozarks Shootout this weekend

Captain Gregory D. Kindle, Troop F commanding officer for the Missouri State Highway Patrol, reminds boaters of the upcoming Lake of the Ozarks Shootout boat race event being held near the Hurricane Deck Bridge on Lake of the Ozarks of safety precautions.

20th Annual Antique Postcard and Photo Show and Sale held this weekend in Springfield

Organizers anticipate hundreds of attendees to converge when the Summer Antique Postcard & Paper Americana Show and Sale gets underway Friday and Saturday, Aug. 22-23 in Springfield, Missouri.

Sunrise Beach Fire receives revised ISO grade

The Sunrise Beach Fire Protection District has been notified that their Insurance Services Office grade has been revised from 53.79 to 56.27.

DED releases July 2014 Jobs Report

Missouri’s nonfarm payroll employment grew by 13,200 jobs in July, according to seasonally adjusted data released by the Missouri Department of Economic Development. The state’s unemployment rate held at 6.5 percent.

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Kautz accepts $5,000 Duck Drop prize

Tom Kautz of Sunrise Beach was the $5,000 winner in the annual Kiwanis Great Bagnell Dam Duck Drop race held Aug. 2.

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2 Mo. organizations deliver support letters for a railbanked trail of Rock Island Line to Ameren

Representatives from the Missouri Bicycle and Pedestrian Federation and Missouri Rock Island Trail, Inc. delivered 11,272 trail support letters Aug. 14 to Ameren headquarters in St. Louis.