All Lake Area boat owners are encouraged to participate in the Annual Parade of Lights Saturday to celebrate Memorial Day.
The Sycamore Creek Couples League continued its 2015 season Sunday, May 17. The following are the results.
Both state park beaches that serve Lake of the Ozarks are scheduled to open this weekend.
The Osage Community Elks Lodge #2705 located in Laurie hosted their annual Youth Day event May 2.
It’s not too late to do more for your bones
You’ve probably heard that bone mass is at its highest in your late teens and early 20s. That’s why it’s so important for your kids to get their calcium.
Lake Ozark Mayor Johnnie Franzeskos has proclaimed Friday as “Kiwanis Peanut Day at the Lake.”
Donations are currently being accepted for Osage Beach Officer Austin White, who was struck by a vehicle April 30 while conducting a traffic stop along the east end of the Grand Glaize Bridge in Osage Beach.
The Osage Beach Senior Center staff will host a Fish Fry and Dance Saturday, May 30 at its facility, located at 1031 Industrial Drive, between KRMS Radio Station and Hope Lutheran Chapel, in Osage Beach.
The Lake Ozark American Legion Post 229 has announced that it will hold the annual Flag Retirement Ceremony at 1 p.m., Saturday June 13 at the Lake Ozark Christian Church on Bagnell Dam Boulevard in Lake Ozark.
The University of Missouri Extension is offering Youth Mental Health First Aid training from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 13 at the Hy-Vee Club Room, located 929 Route D in Osage Beach.
The Loving Hands Preschool will host its sixth annual Taste of the Westside event from 5-7:30 p.m. Sunday, June 14 at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church off north Missouri 5 in Laurie.
Whether a pet is dressed up for a holiday or just enjoying Lake of the Ozarks’ outdoors, The Lake Today wants pet owners to share their photos for the upcoming “Pet Parade” section in late May.
Hope Lutheran Church will begin Camp Hope June 1 at its location in Osage Beach.
Camden County Library District’s summer reading program starts June 8
While visiting with Stefanie Wirths’ class May 13 at the Dogwood Elementary School library, Coli Creech revealed the tablet was the grand prize for the second-graders age division if they participated in the 2015 Camden County Library District’s summer reading program, which begins June 8.
It takes age and experience to grasp the old adage, “It’s better to give than receive.”