Several coats were donated to Dogwood Elementary School last week by the Camdenton Laclede Electric staff.
The Lake Today partners again with 2015 Lake of the Ozarks Eagle Days committee to sponsor children’s color contest, chance to win Big Surf tickets
The Eagle Days 2015 committee members are encouraging children to participate in the event’s Fifth Annual Coloring Contest.
Planning on a party or want to spice up your holiday season with a fun new recipe? Try a simple, easy to make recipe that is delicious and affordable from a local culinary connoisseur.
The Ozark Jazz Society, which is an affiliate of the Lake Arts Council, has organized its 2015 concert schedule.
For the first time since the deadly disease was discovered in the state, the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reported finding a case of chronic wasting disease (CWD) outside Linn and Macon counties.
Hunters checked 9,107 deer during the antlerless portion of Missouri’s firearms deer season, bringing this year’s tally to 194,997.
In fog so thick you could barely see your hand in front of your face, Bill Blakely’s War Eagle boat raced through the thick stands of cypress trees covering Reelfoot Lake.
With great honor and fulfillment Heart of the Ozarks Professional & Business Women (PBW) were able to make four $500 donations each to local charities recently.
Choosing a name for a new small business has always been an important decision. But in an age where so much business is done online, your name must not only effectively distinguish who you are and what you do in person and in print, but also online.
Fourth in series highlights how CLC’s EDGE after-school program progresses skills for kids like Janelle Rauba
In the fourth of this series, learn about CLC SnapShots Calendar’s Miss December and “Little Drummer Girl” Janelle Rauba’s gained independence through activities and social peer interaction at CLC’s Edge after-school program
Early in my parents marriage they lived both in Quincy, Illinois, and Flint, Michigan, but by the time I came along they had moved back to the area where they were born and raised in the northeast corner of Missouri.
“Around the Lake” allows the Lake Area’s five chambers of commerce directors, Convention and Visitor Bureau director and Tri-County Lodging Association administrator to share upcoming event information, local issues and fun topics with The Lake Today’s readers.
This monthly column delivers helpful tips to those family members and others providing care for a loved one.
Gateway Industries has received a grant from the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) for a new bus to transport employees to work.
Eldon churches come together tonight offering an opportunity to celebrate the spirit of Christmas all while raising money for the needy, when the Eldon Ministerial Alliance holds its Fourth Annual Tour of Churches.