Aaron Michael Fisher, 25, entered pleas of guilty to charges of forcible sodomy of a child July 28 before Judge Ken Hayden in Miller County Circuit Court.
School districts continue building efforts as school year begins
Summer construction has transformed the looks of all four major Lake Area school districts.
This weekend the state of Missouri will hold its annual “Back-to-School Tax-Free Holiday.”
Required immunizations can be a confusing part of the back-to-school process.
The Morgan County R-2 School District continues to navigate technology improvements, spending $120,000 to replace about 240 devices at Versailles this summer in a long-term effort to move toward a one-to-one device-to-student environment district-wide.
The beginning of the 2014-15 school year marks the end of a 15-month renovation project at School of the Osage’s Heritage Building in Lake Ozark.
Back to School 2014: Eldon Career Center, State Fair Community College further fuse partnership to include welding program
The Eldon Career Center and State Fair Community College (SFCC) are expanding their fledgling partnership this fall to add a post-secondary welding program to its offerings.
Do you want to see students more involved in school activities and engaged in their education? Join the club.
The Lake of the Ozarks SCORE Chapter is now accepting applications for the Ralph Stonebraker Business Plan Award.
The Camdenton Area Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting for the new owners of Dairy Queen, located at 619 North Business Hwy 5, Camdenton.
In this “Around the Lake” column, Camdenton Chamber of Commerce 2014 intern Haley Baker wrote an article about her experience working with the organization.
The Lake Area Chamber recently held a ribbon cutting for New York Life — Steven Hermann Registered Rep.
About 60 children ages 8 to 12 learned how “not wimpy” they are at this year’s 4-H camp, themed “Diary of a Not So Wimpy 4-H Camp Kid,” July 16-18.
About 30 lifeguards work in Big Surf Water Park each day.
Lake Regional Health System is pleased to announce two new providers, Renée Riedel, FNP-C, and Kathy Walters, FNP-B.C., have joined clinic locations this month.
The Lake of the Ozarks Convention and Visitor Bureau (CVB), Tri-County Lodging Association (TCLA) and area chambers of commerce invite members to its premier networking social and golf outing Aug. 5 at Old Kinderhook in Camdenton.
Sunday begins National Farmers Market Week
Farmers markets are a great place to buy healthy local produce and other foods, meet and support local farmers, and enjoy shopping in a fun environment. But shoppers should also pay attention to food safety when buying and using foods from farmers markets.
The Lake Area Chamber recently held a ribbon cutting to welcome the Osage Beach Center of Cognitive Disorders into its membership.
The Camdenton Area Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting for the Moose Lodge in Camdenton.
Farmers should scout and, if needed, spray for grasshoppers now, said University of Missouri Extension entomologist Wayne Bailey. Grasshoppers are reported in almost every county in the state, he said.