From haunted hayrides to costume contests, the Lake is full of spooky surprises for the whole family
With more than 25 different local events to choose from, Lake residents and visitors can celebrate Halloween in a variety of ways and throughout the weeks surrounding it.
A Versailles woman was injured in a one-car accident at 4:05 p.m. Wednesday on Route WW at Seals Road in Morgan County.
The Board of Directors of the Lake West Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Deborah Buscher into the chamber family as its executive director.
Weather permitting, crews with the Missouri Department of Transportation will replace a culvert pipe along Route OO in Miller and Morgan counties on Monday, Oct. 27.
First place winners featured in Castle Vlad’s Mad Monster Party free show Thursday
For the last four years, The Lake Today staff has asked children to channel their inner storyteller and help make the start of a good ghost story great with a clever, unique ending. Late last week, judges selected this year’s “Choose Your Own Doom” Ghost Story Contest winners.
The Lake Community is invited to enjoy international shopping 8 a.m.-5 p.m. and a d luncheon Saturday, Nov 8 at the Community Christian Church in Camdenton.
For the second year in a row, The Lodge of Four Seasons brings the allure of horse drawn carriage rides to The Lake of the Ozarks-an experience normally found in a large metro area.
Newcomers/Longtimers is partnering with the Lake Ozark Marine Corps League Detachment to help encourage patriotism and respect for our country’s flag in the Lake Area students.
The Missouri Rural Water Association (MRWA) is preparing for two of its annual conferences, which traditionally occur during the final week of October: the Office Professionals’ Seminar and the Fall Operations and Maintenance Symposium. Both events occur at Lake of the Ozarks. The Missouri Rural Water Association (MRWA) is preparing for two of its annual conferences, which traditionally occur during the final week of October: the Office Professionals’ Seminar and the Fall Operations and Maintenance Symposium. Both events occur at Lake of the Ozarks.
Fire Officials in Sunrise Beach are taking precautionary steps to be prepared in the current Ebola situation spreads outside of the Metropolitan Dallas region.
The Camden County University of Missouri Extension Council is now accepting nominations from members of the public interested in serving on the Council beginning in March 2015.
Submission deadline is Oct. 30
The Lake Today is asking the community to support its local veterans and thank them in its Nov. 5 issue.
Medical Missions for Christ Community Health Center staff will host its annual Trivia Challenge Saturday at the Riverview Baptist Church, located at the junction of Highway 42 and Osage Beach Parkway in Osage Beach.
Missouri Ozarks Community Action (MOCA) is set to help families in need through its first diaper drive. The “Little Monsters” diaper drive will be held through Oct. 31 and will benefit families in Camden County.
Zombies will invade the first-ever Night Glow Costume Crawl Saturday at the Bob Shore Football Stadium on the Camdenton School Campus.