A short circuit issue that energized a residential dock frame is what caused the electrocution death of an Illinois man June 21 at Lake of the Ozarks.
16-year-old Kiaria Burris found safe
The Versailles Police Department has canceled the Endangered Person Advisory for Kiaira Lazae Burris.
The Lake Area Chamber of Commerce recently announced Willmore Lodge was awarded the Certificate of Excellence by Trip Advisor for being the No. 5 “Top Thing to Do at Lake of the Ozarks.”
Lake Regional Health System is participating in the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines®–Stroke program.
“Don’t lift that; you’ll get a hernia!” Most people have heard comments such as this, but many don’t know exactly what a hernia is — until they have one, according to Lake Regional Health System.
Lake Regional Health System encourages students ages 10 to 14 to register now for the 2015 Career Camp, scheduled 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, July 9 and Friday, July 10 at Lake Regional Hospital.
Lake Regional Health System recently announced Jill Wilke, R.N., M.S., CPLC, is now director of Palliative Chronic Care Management and Hospice.
The Hospice Compassus program, which serves Osage Beach and the surrounding areas, recently recognized Jessica Ruehter during the 38th Annual National Nursing Assistants Week, June 11-18, for providing the highest level of quality hospice care for patients and their families.
The Eldon Chamber of Commerce will host a social featuring guest speaker, State Senator Mike Kehoe, R-Jefferson City, at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 30 at Redfield Golf Course and County Club.
School of the Osage Middle School welcomed Missouri bus drivers to their campus last week to participate in a skill-driven competition.
When I was a kid one of my favorite summertime outings was accompanying Mom and Dad to the auctions held every Wednesday at the county seat.
Camdenton Library’s Summer Reading Program special events kicked off last week at the Camdenton R-3 Little Theatre with Shawn Campanini, his two sisters and four members of the LOZ Dance Project.
After two years of preparation, the Ozarks Amphitheater’s grand opening event June 18 may have fell a bit short of the new ownership’s expectations due to heavy rain and inclement weather throughout last week. Yet, the event itself turned out dry after a long day of rain subsided in the early part of the afternoon.
Sailors from around the Midwest are to test their skills in the Sixth Annual Dinghy Shootout Saturday, July 25. Total Purse is $1,000 in OYC bucks.
School has only been out for less than a month, but already the summer of 2015 has been one of renovation and rebuilding for the Eldon School District.
This column is only slightly about last week’s revelation that as of yet unknown members of the St. Louis Cardinals’ front office hacked into the network of the Houston Astros and committed corporate espionage in the name of some petty bit of revenge.
A new leader will take the helm of the Camdenton Lakers baseball team in the spring.
Central Methodist University recently announced the athletic honors and awards for the 2014-2015 academic year.
USDA Rural Development State Director Janie Dunning helped kick off National Homeownership Month June 15 by visiting the new Eldon home of Brandon and Tori Christian and presenting certificates to two companies involved in helping the Christians achieve their dream of homeownership.
The Gravois Volunteer Firefighters Association is once again selling Bar-B-Q Ribs for the Fourth of July holiday weekend.