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Osage Beach to participate in DEA National Drug Take Back Day Sept. 27

The Osage Beach Police Department is participating in the DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency) Drug Take Back Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 27 at Osage Beach City Hall.

Run for Hope to benefit children, women, homeless, sick and abused

The St. Anthony Catholic Church Run for Hope 5K Walk/Run is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 27, in the Linn Creek City Park and will benefit five Lake Area organizations that are helping the poor, the homeless, the sick and abused women and children.

GPS technology helps rural emergency volunteers

GPS technology saves property owners money and makes work easier for emergency responders in the Ozark foothills.

Camden County to hold sobriety checkpoint

During the month of September the Camden County Sheriffs’ Office, will conduct a sobriety checkpoint in an effort to reduce the incidents of intoxicated and impaired motorists being involved in collisions.

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Jefferson City man, woman originally accused in Morgan County homicide plead guilty to reduced charges

Garland and Mandy Mitchell sentenced to time in prison

A Jefferson City man and woman who were originally accused in the Feb. 4, 2013, deaths of Carol and Freddie Wilson entered a guilty plea and an Alford plea to lesser charges during a trial Monday, Sept. 15 in Camden County.

LOCLG, SEMO University partners for 2 more assessment strategy meetings

Southeast Missouri State University’s Institute for Regional Innovation and Entrepreneurship is partnering with Lake of the Ozarks Council of Local Governments (LOCLG) to analyze the key elements of entrepreneurship development and identify strategies that advance entrepreneurship, job creation, and economic vitality.

Lake Ozark man in custody for attempted robbery

A Lake Ozark man is in custody at the Miller County Jail one class B felony charge of attempted robbery in the second degree after an incident Aug. 24.

Appeal filed in Eldon water-billing lawsuit

Plaintiffs filed an appeal Sept. 4 in a civil lawsuit brought against the City of Eldon regarding municipal water and sewer billing policies.

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Passport to the Parkway program helps boost business in Osage Beach’s west end

Free shopping experience held Oct. 1-11 ends in chances for big prizes

With 65 businesses participating, the Passport to the Parkway program scheduled for Oct. 1-11 on Osage Beach’s Parkway West district is living up to its mission.

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Around the Lake: An unforgettable aviation experience for veterans

The 2014 Lake of the Ozarks Air Show will be held Saturday at the Camdenton Memorial Airport, and it will be an aviation event you will not want to miss with the return of the B-25 Bomber, Team Vortex Air Shows, the Ping Pong Ball Drop, KC Flight Formation Team along with a P-51 Gunfighter, Dacy Wing Walkers, Greg Shetterly-G&M Air Shows and so much more.

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Lake of the Ozarks Air Show celebrates veterans, aviation

Event returns Saturday to Camdenton Memorial Airport

Since that initial event in 2011, the B-25 has not been able to take flight with veterans or others aboard, merely planted at the show for viewing. However, it is returning this year to give more than 14 World War II, Korean War and other veterans a complimentary ride during the 2014 Lake of the Ozarks Air Show Saturday at Camdenton Memorial Airport.

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Lake Ozark has new alderman and community development officer

At the Lake Ozark Board of Alderman meeting Sept. 9, Lake Ozark Mayor Johnny Franzeskos announced the appointment of Todd Painter to fill the board seat left vacant by the retirement of former alderman Betsy Browning.

Lake Ozark hires new police chief

A former Iowa county sheriff recently relocated to the Lake Area and took over as Lake Ozark police chief

Gary Launderville was appointed to the position of police chief more than a week ago and Lake Ozark Mayor Johnnie Franzeskos said he believes Launderville is the “right man for the job.”

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Missouri high school football for Sept. 12, 2014

Check here for high school football scores from around Missouri for Friday, Sept. 12, 2014.

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Goal Lines, your Mid-Missouri football guide

This week's issue of Goal Lines features football previews for California, Camdenton, Eldon, School of the Osage, Versailles, Jefferson City, Helias, Blair Oaks, Fulton, South Callaway and North Callaway.

This Week in the SEC for Sept. 13, 2014

Here's a preview of SEC football games scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014.

Highway Patrol: Remember child safety laws during National Child Passenger Safety Week

The Missouri State Highway Patrol joins the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the Ad Council, and other safety advocates to commemorate National Child Passenger Safety Week, which is held Sept. 14-20.

MDC partners with Missouri 4-H Foundation for unstaffed shooting range survey

Public input key to developing and maintaining shooting ranges in future

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is partnering with the Missouri 4-H Foundation to begin seeking input on the available services and usage of MDC’s unstaffed shooting ranges across the state.

Missouri PSC has yet to reach a verdict in Lake Area complaint case against Summit Natural Gas

The Missouri Public Service Commission (PSC) have yet to reach a verdict following a public hearing in the complaint case of Michael Stark vs. Summit Natural Gas Thursday, Sept. 4 at the Camdenton Library.

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Bikers unite during four-day festival this weekend

Lake of the Ozarks Bikefest returns Thursday

Starting Thursday, approximately 10,000 motorcycle enthusiasts from the Lake Area, Midwest and beyond will cruise into region for a four-day festival, Lake of the Ozarks Bikefest.


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