All lanes of U.S. 54 between the Osage River Bridge and the Missouri 242 interchange will be closed for one hour beginning at midnight tonight to allow Ameren Missouri to repair power lines damaged by Monday night's storm.
In May 2011, a group started putting on free community outreaches at Luby’s Stage on Bagnell Dam Strip. Filled with bands, dramas, comedy, dancing and puppet shows, the organizers have experienced great success for this free concert series and Christian outreach program.
The Iowa Reunion Club will host their annual kick off to summer event for 2013, the "IRC RegattaQue", on Sunday, June 2 for all current 2013 Iowa Reunion Club members.
The Lake Area Community Orchestra is happy to announce a nine concert Summer Schedule for 2013. These concerts take place in various communities and places around the Lake Area from Ha Ha Tonka State Park to Jefferson City.
The Lake Arts Council has continuously delivered local talent and regionally and internationally known performance and artistic professionals to the Lake of the Ozarks stage. Find out what the Lake Arts Council and its many groups have up their sleeves during this column, which will publish every other week in The Lake Today.
Meet the sisters including Lake Area entrepreneur Ruth Kenyon at a book signing Saturday at KK Jewelers
‘Fluffy, Funny and Fabulous: A Tale of Five Sisters’
Lake Area residents can meet the five sisters, have their copy of Fluffy, Funny and Fabulous: The Tale of Five Sisters autographed or pick up their copy of the novel that is make Midwestern acclaim during a special booking signing from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday at KK Jewelers.
Compared to other parts of Missouri and the Midwest, Mid-Missouri seemed to have been spared much of the brunt of Monday’s storms.
On May 15, students at Camdenton Oak Ridge Intermediate savored a salad mix with the freshest ingredients during lunch. However, these healthy salads were particularly special because the students enjoyed the “fruits of their labor” as the produce came from the very vegetables they grew as part of the “Eating From the Garden” program with University of Missouri Extension – Camden County.
Second part in series features race course, classes and the racer behind its organization
As Alvin Heathman “caught the bug” of powerboat racing from an early age and after seeing boat racing up close and personal, he knows in helping to organize and secure a safe powerboat race for Lake Race 2013 that everyone can experience a powerboat race up close and personal.
Commercial properties also on the rise in pending closures so far this year
As national trends for the housing market and economy are solidifying, the Lake of the Ozarks real estate market is showing gradual improvement across the board in recent years.
In this next to last article covering Lake Area municipal and county governments the Lake Today will focus on projects being handled by commissioners in Miller and Morgan counties. Having already covered governmental projects in Eldon, Lake Ozark, Osage Beach, Linn Creek, Camdenton, Sunrise Beach, Laurie and Versailles, next week’s final article will focus on projects in Camden County.
The Third Annual Kids’ Harbor Cup Charity Regatta is scheduled for Saturday, June 1 at Ozark Yacht Club.
The American Legion Post 193, Camdenton will be placing flags on Veterans’ graves at 10 area cemeteries for Memorial Day.
The Sunrise Beach Little Theatre will be presenting the drama/comedy play, “The Hallelujah Girls” by Jessie Jones, Nickolas Hope and Jamie Wooten as a dinner theatre production on May 30, 31 and June 1 at the Sunrise Beach Community Center on Highway 5 in Sunrise Beach.
Headliner, Bret Michaels will perform July 4 at Camden on the Lake’s H. Toads while on his Life Rocks Tour 2013.
Jim Divincen, Tri-County Lodging Association administrator, said he is “cautiously optimistic” that the number of visitors coming to the Lake Area will increase this summer.”
Thunderstorms could continue across Mid-Missouri until after midnight. A tornado watch is in effect until 1 a.m. Tuesday.
Everything from power boats to pontoon boats will be competing next month in races at the Lake of the Ozarks.
With just 2 1/2 hours to spare before the Legislature's 6 p.m. deadline, the state Senate cast the final votes needed to send Gov. Jay Nixon a bill re-imposing closed-records status to security and emergency response plans for schools and other public buildings.
State Sen. Mike Kehoe reluctantly admitted defeat this morning on his proposal for a 10-year, one-cent sales tax to pay for transportation improvements.