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Prep Football: Versailles looks to turn things around against California

Versailles lost more than a tough game last week, they also lost a key player.

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Prep Football: Osage will square off with conference foe Warsaw

School of the Osage’s second year head coach Devin Johnson loves defense.

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Prep Football: After tough loss, Camdenton preparing for rival Lebanon

Camdenton is coming off of a tough loss to West Plains in which they missed the game-tying extra point after a late touchdown.

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Prep Football: Eldon looks to take better care of the football against Blair Oaks

The Eldon Mustangs have seen the very good and the not so good in the first two weeks of the season.

This Week in the SEC for Sept. 3-5, 2015

Here's a preview of SEC football games scheduled for Sept. 3-5, 2015.

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Lake of the Ozarks Woodcarving Club won 60 ribbons at Ozarks Empire Fair

Entering carvings in the 2015 Ozarks Empire Fair was very successful for the Lake of the Ozarks Woodcarving Club. Fourteen members entered carvings and won a total of 60 ribbons.

Installation of a veteran’s memorial monument put on hold

Financial concerns stop plans for monument to be in place by air show

Camdenton City Administrator Jeff Hancock said a monument honoring Lake Area military veterans will not be installed at the airport in time for the Lake of the Ozarks Air Show as originally planned.

Miller County prepares for resident payback

Other local entities review tax levies

The Miller County Commission and County Clerk Clinton Jenkins held a public hearing Aug. 28 to set the 2016 tax rate.

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Eldon receives grant; city to get new storm sirens

The Eldon Area Community Betterment Organization (EACBO) in partnership with the city of Eldon received a grant for two new storm sirens.

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Explore fall festival fun with family or friends

Mark calendars for upcoming community festivals starting this weekend

Starting Labor Day weekend through October, Lake of the Ozarks has a slew of exciting fall festivals that make a local resident, second homeowner or visitor would enjoy.

MU Extension conference for farm women set for Sept. 11-12

A University of Missouri Extension agriculture business conference for women is set for Sept. 11-12 at Windermere Conference Center at the Lake of the Ozarks.

Dogwood Garden Club to discuss sprucing up home landscaping for fall

The Dogwood Garden Club will meet at noon on Sept. 9 at the Camdenton Library, located 89 Rodeo Road in Camdenton.

Junk ‘n the Trunk rummage sale set for Sept. 19 at Hope Lutheran

Live too far out of town to have a yard sale of your own? Buyers are sellers are wanted for Junk ‘n the Trunk Sept. 19 in the parking lot of Hope Chapel, located at 1027 Industrial Drive in Osage Beach.

Patrol: Make safety part of your Labor Day weekend plans

Missouri State Highway patrol Superintendent Colonel J. Bret Johnson strongly urges the use of seat belts when traveling in any kind of vehicle and life jackets when on a Missouri lake, river or stream during Labor Day weekend.

LOWA offers Fall Native Plants sale through Sept. 13

Lake of the Ozarks Watershed Alliance (LOWA) is offering Missouri native perennial wildflowers and shrubs at discounted prices through their Fall Native Plants sale.

Ladies Bridge Club to host 2nd Annual Bridge Benefit for Lamb House in October

The ladies bridge club is hosting their 2nd Annual Bridge Benefit for Lamb House from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Oct. 7 at Lake Valley Country Club in Camdenton.

Routine inspection to close bridge in Camden County today

A routine inspection of the Missouri Route J Bridge over the Little Niangua River in Camden County will result in a one-day closure of the bridge. The bridge will be closed between 8:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. today.

Seniors can sign up for fall wellness classes at Westlake Aquatic Center

Arthritis classes, water walking and water aerobics are three great ways to stay healthy – and they’re all available this fall at the Westlake Aquatic Center pool in Laurie.

Stover student wins PBS KIDS Writers Contest

Esteemed judges name 12 winners from across the U.S. in annual writing contest including, Karsten Eckhoff, a first grader from Stover, in the national PBS KIDS Writers Contest.

Free weather spotters class offered Sept. 24

Do you wonder what it takes to be a storm spotter? Find out during the upcoming, free weather spotters class at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 24 at Mid-County Fire Protection District Station 1, located on north Business Missouri 5 in Camdenton.


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