Tourism industry leaders encouraged to see promising sales, more visitors to Lake Area
With the Lake Area’s summer season in full swing, local tourism industry leaders are hopeful more visitors and more sales will continue to increase the region’s economy this year. Several indicators from last year’s visitors and economic factors have triggered these sentiments.
May 27, 2015
- Eldon baseball advances, Osage falls in district tournament 1 week ago
- Osage Tennis team earn fourth consecutive district title 1 week ago
- Camdenton pick up win before district play 1 week ago
- Osage ends season in first round district loss 1 week ago
- Osage’s Christ Johnson signs to MVC to continue wrestling career 1 week ago
- Eldon high school seniors graduate with AA degrees 6 days, 23 hours ago
- Camdenton Speech and Debate Team competes at MSU tournament 1 week ago
- EHS Holly Enowski competes at International DECA 1 week ago
- Enrollment for the June 2015 session open at Columbia College-Lake of the Ozarks 1 week ago
- Student receives prestigious Boren Award 1 week ago
- Several new laws could have direct impact on Lake Area 3 hours, 56 minutes ago
- Crafting a Civil War re-enactment at the Lake 4 hours, 5 minutes ago
- LOREDC hires firm to conduct housing study 4 hours, 6 minutes ago
- Start to a solid summer 4 hours, 10 minutes ago
- Body found in Missouri River 22 hours, 33 minutes ago
- PBW offers chance to network with other members, business women of Missouri June 3 1 week ago
- SCORE: A small business exit strategy begins with good planning 2 weeks ago
- Lake Area Chamber welcomes El Gallito Authentic Mexican Restaurant into its membership 2 weeks ago
- TCLA districts, board sees new members, highlights upcoming special events 2 weeks ago
- Lake West Chamber bridge study gets underway 2 weeks ago
At least six pieces of state legislation recently passed could affect the Lake Area if signed into law
At least six bills passed during this spring’s legislative session and sent to the governor for his signature could have a direct effect on the Lake Area is they are signed into law.
On Saturday and Sunday, the Camden County Historical Society and the MCWRA (Missouri Civil War Re-enactment Association) Collins Battery B re-enactors will co-host its second triennial maximum effort re-enactment of the Battle of Monday’s Hollow, which was the only Civil War battle fought in Camden County.
Funding task force approved to help raise $30,000 of costs to conduct study
With a firm recently hired to complete its housing study, Lake of the Ozarks Economic Development Council (LOREDC) is now moving forward with efforts to raise approximately $30,000 for its completion.
Man's body believed to be the same as officials searched for near Rocheport Monday night.
All Lake Area boat owners are encouraged to participate in the Annual Parade of Lights Saturday to celebrate Memorial Day.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol recovered the body of a Lake Ozark man, who reportedly fell from his dock, early Wednesday morning.
Getting a jump on their college education, four Eldon high school seniors graduated this month with their high school diploma, as well as an associate’s degree.
Wheeler takes fourth in state
The Camdenton Speech and Debate team ended the season with success as they took eight students to state competition at the MSHSAA State Speech and Debate Tournament April 24-25 at Missouri State University in Springfield.
Students at Dogwood Elementary were able to view equipment and vehicles as well as ask job related questions of participants at their Careers on Wheels day May 6.Holly Enowski, a junior at Eldon High School, competed at the International DECA Leadership Conference April 24-29 in Orlando, Florida, where she finished in the top 20.
Enrollment for the June 2015 session at Columbia College-Lake of the Ozarks is now open.
Teddi Moorman, 2013 School of the Osage graduate, has been awarded a Boren Scholarship to study in Kazakhstan during the fall 2015 semester.
The Missouri Sheriff’s Association honored Cpl. Skyler Viebrock of the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office as “ Corrections Officer of the Year.”
The Class 4, District 10 baseball tournament began Saturday featuring the Eldon Mustangs and the Osage Indians. While the Mustangs advanced to the semifinal round, to play the top-seeded Southern Boone Monday, Osage could not hold onto a three-run lead in the seventh inning to upset Bolivar.
For the fourth time in five years, the Osage Indians tennis team have won a district title.