Camping is such a relaxing form of outdoor enjoyment. Gathering with family and friends, or going at it solo, campers seek to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
I recently read another writer’s opinion column about what the world was really like back in “the golden days of the 1950s.” In the column, the writer was sarcastically responding to something she had read about what a perfect world it was during those mid-20th century days.
Come taste the best of the Midwest, as the Lake Area Chamber presents our annual Midwest Wine & Brew Festival from 2-5 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 8 at the Country Club Hotel and Spa in Lake Ozark.
The Eldon Area Chamber of Commerce was busy at work in May and June.
Mourning Doves can make the most skilled shooter look like a novice, so you might want to use the next month honing your wing shooting skills before the season opens Sept. 1.
Meeting and getting to know the two firefighters who are featured in the news story that shares this page was quite an experience.
The Lake West Chamber’s largest event is right around the corner, Shootout 2015! Again this year the Lake of the Ozarks Shootout will be held at Captain Ron’s Aug. 29-30.
Have you ever seen an advertisement and thought that something similar might well benefit your small business? Well, it just could.
Missouri’s Ozark Mountains offer an unbelievable amount of outdoor recreation.
UVA and UVB rays damage skin differently and require different protections
The extra hours of sunshine make summer, well, summer. Yet, all that sunlight also presents hazards. You know if you want to be outside, sunscreen is a must. But do you know how to choose the right sunscreen?
I ran across a strange bit of summertime trivia the other day that prompted me to dig just a little further to see what other fun facts I could dig up about the warmest time of the year. Listed below, in no particular order, are some trivia bites I found intriguing.
Thinking about that show reminded me of a couple of times when some younger members of my own family put me into some equally hilarious circumstances. Although I must admit, at the time, it was a little difficult to see the humor in the situation.
It was almost 8 p.m. and the temperature was still pushing 90 degrees. These aren’t the conditions a bass angler dreams about. The forecast said it was going to stay hot for a while, but I wasn’t going to let the heat keep me off the water.
Those words are truly meaningful for the City of Camdenton – a strong history being known as the “hub city” when the county seat moved from Linn Creek in the 1930’s and an exciting future as the process of Destination Camdenton creates the vision for many years to come.
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.