The Eldon Board of Aldermen approved a contract between the City of Eldon and Interim Solutions during its most recent meeting to hire an interim city administrator.
Eldon's Rock Island Park has become a focus of a community-wide initiative to improve health and provide healthy opportunities.
Unemployment and lack of job opportunities are the top concerns of Eldon citizens, according to the results of a recent survey conducted by the Eldon Area Chamber of Commerce.
Two suspects have been taken into custody after a threat made to an individual and posted to social media was reported to Eldon High School administration this morning.
A man faces four charges in Miller County following an incident where he allegedly urinated in front of students Aug. 19 at Eldon Middle School.
Ameren Missouri plans to make decision on former railroad by Aug. 31
The possibility of turning about 145 miles of the inactive Rock Island Railroad line into a biking and hiking trail could come to fruition.
Returning and new students may now enroll in fall classes at the State Fair Community College Lake campus and in Eldon and Versailles. Fall classes begin Aug. 18.
School districts continue building efforts as school year begins
Summer construction has transformed the looks of all four major Lake Area school districts.
Miller County Prosecuting Attorney Matt Howard has filed a civil nuisance suit against Eldon retail store Puff N Snuff seeking to shut down the shop for at least one year.
State Fair Community College — Eldon will begin offering a Registered Nursing (RN) program in January 2015, pending a site survey by the Missouri State Board of Nursing (MSBN).
The Eldon R-1 Board of Education approved a $23.9 million administrative budget for the 2014-15 fiscal year.
The City of Eldon has pressed play on a long-considered initiative to install surveillance cameras at two parks to combat persistent vandalism.
With summer school underway, area students can continue getting the education and the food they need.
Sales tax receipts in Lake Area cities have evened out after huge increases last month, with year-to-date totals on pace with last year’s.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop F’s annual inspection of Mid-Missouri school buses scores most Lake Area buses as safe.