Osage Industries of Linn and 380 Missouri auto dealers sue over Revenue department's granting dealer license to electric car maker.
These three fascinating buildings from Lake of the Ozarks history scrape the surface of amazing notable places, influential individuals, epic events and other items that make up the Lake Area’s historical fabric.
Discovering ancient buildings at Lake of the Ozarks
The Lake of the Ozarks has a rich history, with the opening of Bagnell Dam, which helped create one of the hottest tourist spots in the Midwest, all the way back to the pioneering era of small towns and settlements.
Local musician Baub Eis joins nationally-known Randall Zwarte Band for 2015 tour
Baub Eis is no stranger to the stage or studio.
Ozark Jazz Society kicks off 2015 performance season with free event
It started as a way to showcase local jazz musicians. Now it has become an annually anticipated event.
Christmas season seems to be the commercialized time for giving and receiving with extra attention put on where help can be found for those in need.
Get a team together and enter your famous chili for a chance to win $500 during the Seventh Annual CADV Chili for Charity Cool-off.
With an overall theme of “Still Cruisin’”, Hot Summer Nights 2015 will return to Bagnell Dam Strip in Lake Ozark with a summer-long festival and monthly themed events to bring in quality family-friendly entertainment for guests.
State Representative Rocky Miller, R-Tuscumbia, has been assigned to serve on several legislative committees during the 2015 Missouri General Assembly session.
The Newcomers/Longtimers (NC/LT) club has been supporting Lake Area charities and raising funds for scholarships through their annual home tour for more than two decades.
Lake Ozark Mayor Johnnie Franzeskos and Osage Beach Mayor Penny Lyons recently announced they have directed their respective city staffs to cooperate in drafting mutual, consistent and complimentary city ordinances regulating taxi services.
The local Gerbes store in Camdenton has partnered with the Camdenton 4-H FIRST® LASER robotics teams in an effort to help raise funds.
Sees depleted funds, cutbacks coming into 2015
The Gravois Fire Protection District has announced its response summary for 2014.
Residents of Camden County (18 years and older) are urged to vote in the Camden County University of Missouri Extension Council elections that are taking place Jan. 19-25.
Despite evidence that cervical cancer screening saves lives, about eight million women ages 21 to 65 have not been screened in the past five years, according to a new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.