Reporting high school football scores from around Missouri for Friday, Oct. 17, 2014.
Against Blair Oaks
A frustrating 48-3 showing last week against the Southern Boone Eagles likely solidified Versailles’ season this year as a one-win team.
With last week’s close 44-42 win against the Joplin Eagles and a loss by the Battle Spartans, Camdenton clinched home-field advantage through the upcoming districts.
Plays at Hallsville
After a comeback saw the decidedly underdog Osage Indians come within one touchdown of tying the California Pintos in California in the closing minutes of the game, a pair of turnovers ended the Indians hope of pulling off a huge upset of the Pintos.
Experiencing some re-growing pains
After back-to-back district championships, the Eldon Mustangs have struggled to find success on the field this season.
Here's a preview of SEC football games scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014.
Enter now for a chance to win prizes, be featured in Castle Vlad’s Mad Monster Party free show Oct. 23
This year, The Lake Today presents the same challenge in its fifth annual “Choose Your Own Doom” Ghost Story Contest.
Several local teachers are looking to improve their classroom resources using a national online fundraiser.
I will be glued to the TV from first pitch to last throughout the playoffs. Even as I rejoice that my Cardinals are once again competing in the post season, I can’t help but feel a little sadness that my dad won’t be here to watch the Redbirds play in yet another baseball classic.
Castle Vlad’s Mad Monster Party offers free Halloween theatrical fun Oct. 23 in Camdenton
At the beginning of the first-ever Castle Vlad Spooktacular Live! And Undead show last fall, one of the infamous characters and narrator Dr. Schlock told children and adults in the audience to “Close your eyes, open your imagination and listen.” As children again open their imaginations and ears during Castle Vlad’s Mad Monster Party at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 23 at the Camdenton Little Theatre, Castle Vlad writer, director and star Tim Williams hopes the show will inspire them to be creative, as he has done all his life.
A number of state offices are up for grabs, other local races settled during August primary
In a little over two weeks, voters will be asked to go to the polls to make their final selection of those candidates who ran in their parties' August primary election.
The Camdenton Board of Aldermen agreed, last week, to change the name of the city-owned airstrip from Camdenton Regional Airport to Camdenton Lake of the Ozarks Regional Airport.
During the Nov. 4 General Election, voters statewide will be asked to choose between candidates seeking to become Missouri’s next state auditor and to approve or disapprove the work done by two State Supreme Court judges.
The Missouri Arts Council is awarding 337 annual grants for fiscal year 2015 for a total of $4.3 million. In addition to the annual grant awards, approximately $350,000 will be awarded for monthly grants this fiscal year.
Learn more about two of Castle Vlad’s Mad Monster Party’s big sponsors
At 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 23, an estimated 300 people will attend the Castle Vlad’s Mad Monster Party at the Camdenton Little Theatre in Camdenton Middle School.
The Lake West Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Picklehead’s Roadhouse Event Center to its membership.
The Lake Arts Council is holding a raffle fundraiser for three items to help raise money for its youth programs.
The Lake West Chamber recently celebrated the new ownership and improvements at the Indian Rock Golf Club.
A fundraising partnership between Budweiser, Dierbergs Markets and Dierbergs customers has raised more than $700 for Osage Beach area Dogwood Animal Shelter.
Missouri high school anglers will have the chance to fish for $28,000 in scholarship money during the Missouri High School Fall Classic Bass Tournament Oct. 26 at the Lake of the Ozarks.