On Sunday, authorities with the Camden County Sheriff’s Office contacted local media requesting the public’s help in their investigation of the disappearance of George B. Webb of Macks Creek.
The draft always comes with some oddities and this weekend was no exception.
While “Tim’s Two Cents” normally comes out on Fridays, I wanted to wait until Sunday this week so I could talk about the NFL Draft. I think it paid off, because it was as weird as ever this year. I’m not going to take the time to do a team-by-team breakdown, draft grades or things of that nature. Instead, I’m just going to go over some of the things that particularly stuck out to me from the three days of the draft.
Lake Regional Health System will offer free sports physicals to students in Macks Creek R-V School District on Friday, May 6.
The recent warm spring weather has, as it always does, made me want to get out on the Lake shore and do a little fishing. I’ve indulged that desire a couple of times and while I didn’t catch fish large enough to brag about, I thoroughly enjoyed sitting in the warm sun, listening to the birds sing while I waited for that big one to come along.
A boil advisory has been lifted and water services have been restored for Osage Beach residents and businesses west of the Grand Glaize Bridge after the water main had leak Wednesday morning.
Authorities announced Thursday that preliminary autopsy results indicate a body found near a Macks Creek vacation home on April 25 was that of a homicide victim.
The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is offering grants for promoting public awareness and implementation of Farm Bill conservation activities.
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The Missouri State Highway Patrol will host a boater safety certification course will be offered from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Saturday, May 14 at the Troop F Headquarters, located at 2920 North Shamrock Road in Jefferson City.
Missouri’s unemployment rate for March held at 4.2 percent, according to seasonally adjusted data released today by the Missouri Department of Economic Development. The national unemployment rate was 5 percent for March.
More than $91 million in federal assistance is helping Missourians rebuild and recover from floods and storms that struck in December and January.
The Osage Beach City Park and Lake of the Ozarks Chapter of the Missouri Master Naturalist program teamed up to plant a new garden specifically designed to expand monarch butterfly habitat in the region.
The Lake Ozark Rotary Club recently donated to and recognized several local nonprofit organizations.
Give Ozarks 2016 is a day where residents are asked to give to their favorite local charitable organization or charity at Lake of the Ozarks.
The Community Foundation of the Lake (CFL) was honored with an Affiliate of the Year award at the annual conference of the Community Foundation of the Ozarks (CFO).
The Camden County Library District has taken its popular Seasons of Stories on the road to Rolling Hills Ranch south of Camdenton.
Enrollment is open the spring 2016 University of Missouri Extension Master Gardener Course, which is held in the Lake of the Ozarks Area. Students will receive 30 hours of instruction in soils, composting, insects, disease prevention, plant growth, flowers, woody ornamentals, turf, vegetables, fruits, native plants, herbs and landscaping.
The Westlake Ministerial Alliance has scheduled the local observance of the 65th Annual National Day of Prayer, NDP, at noon on Thursday, May 5 at the Lake Christian Academy in Sunrise Beach.
School of the Osage R-2 School District staff is currently scheduling appointments for kindergarten screening and enrollment for the 2016-17 school year.
Morgan County Caring for Kids Coalition (MCCKC) will host a baked potato fundraiser from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, April 29 at the Versailles First Assembly of God gymnasium.