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Community Christian Church to host Fair Trade Bazaar and Harvest Lunch Nov. 8

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.

Lodge of Four Seasons offers holiday carriage rides beginning Thanksgiving Day

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 ask the community to show ‘Respect for Our Flag’

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.

Upcoming water utility conferences attract crowds

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.

Sunrise Beach Fire Protection District takes precautions for Ebola

Fire Officials in Sunrise Beach are taking precautionary steps to be prepared in the current Ebola situation spreads outside of the Metropolitan Dallas region.

Candidates sought to serve on MU Extension Council

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.

Support Lake Area veterans and thank them for their service in The Lake Today

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 hosts annual Trivia Challenge

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, Inc. hosts diaper drive

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.

Run! Zombies are coming to the first-ever Night Glow Costume Crawl

Zombies will invade the first-ever Night Glow Costume Crawl Saturday at the Bob Shore Football Stadium on the Camdenton School Campus.

New Hope Christian Community breaks ground Oct. 26

A groundbreaking for New Hope Christian Community will take place at 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 26 in the 300 block of N. Monroe St. in Versailles across the street from Quality Industries.

Elks Lodge #2517, Osage Beach Police Department bring new Veteran’s Parade to Osage Beach

The Lake of the Ozarks Elks Lodge #2517 is sponsoring a Veteran’s Parade at 10:30 a.m. Nov. 8 along Osage Beach Parkway West in Osage Beach.

Contract awarded for improvements to roadways in Maries, Miller and Morgan counties

Improvements to mid-Missouri bridges also now contracted

The Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission awarded a contract to improve roadways in Maries, Miller and Morgan counties during its meeting last week in St. Louis. Vance Brothers, Inc. of Kansas City, Missouri, was awarded the contract, after submitting the low bid of $834,469.

Eldon awards bid for Safe Routes to School sidewalk

The Eldon Board of Aldermen awarded a sidewalk construction project to Kenney-Hall Construction Company for a bid of $253,792 during its meeting Oct. 14.

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House committee members still dissatisfied with Highway Patrol’s participation in investigation

State Rep. Diane Franklin wonders why members of the Highway Patrol hierarchy are 'not giving her direct answers to questions about merger with Water Patrol'.Despite testimony from two Missouri State Highway Patrol troopers, who formerly served in the Water Patrol, State Representative Diane Franklin, R-Camdenton, said she is dissatisfied with the way that agency is responding to questions about training.

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