Find out what events are taking place this Fourth of July weekend, and continue or start a new tradition with a variety of community celebrations throughout the Lake Area.
Parade, entertainment and fireworks still taking place Saturday
The city of Eldon has cancelled some of the activities for its annual Independence Day Celebration Saturday due to recent weather conditions.
Versailles Chamber has postponed the event until next year due to inclement weather conditions
A free Concert in the Park and Kids Fun Zone rescheduled for July 2 at the Morgan County Fairgrounds has now been postponed until next year due to recent inclement weather conditions.
Fundraiser being held in Linn Creek to help raise additional monies
Anticipation is on the rise as VFW members and the community watch the new Bunker Bar & Grill and Community Room in Camdenton come together.
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.
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.
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 University of Missouri Extension Office is offering its annual summer camp in July at Lake of the Ozarks where campers enjoy nature, exploring, adventure and outdoor activity in an educational unplugged environment.
Deer hunting is a major reason out-of-staters visit Missouri, but recent introduction of CWD could, if not curbed, create a roadblock that stops the flow of those tourism dollars.
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is asking deer hunters in 19 central and northeastern Missouri counties, including two Lake Area counties, to help limit the spread of a deadly disease by increasing harvest opportunities.
In its 15th year, the Osage River Pow Wow has returns to the Tuscumbia Riverside Park in Tuscumbia.