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Nicole Galloway to be new state auditor

Governor Jay Nixon has announced that Boone County Treasurer Nicole R. Galloway will be the new Missouri State Auditor.

Dogwood Animal Shelter to hold dog obedience classes in May

Dogwood Animal Shelter will host low cost, basic dog obedience classes indoors at the shelter starting March 14.

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Richland community donates totes to Cancer Center

Carrie Turner thought residents of Richland would want to help her create totes filled with comforting gifts for Lake Regional cancer patients. She did not, however, expect the level of support she found.

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How to Start Seeds: Part 6: Planting to the garden

There are several planning steps before you are ready to transplant to the garden beds.

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Osage finishes second in Wood Bat Tourney

Participating schools jointly raise funds for Wounded Warriors

The Osage Indians collected their first win of the season when they held their Wood Bat Tournament last weekend.

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Osage Indians take third place in Camdenton-Lebanon Tennis Tournament

Although rain stymied the start of the tournament and windy conditions made life difficult for the players, both the Osage and Camdenton tennis teams played in the Camdenton-Lebanon Tournament April 9-10.

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Eldon baseball team falls to Clinton Cardinals last week

Eldon lost another close game this season when they fell to the Clinton Cardinals 5-3 April 7 to fall to a 1-4 record overall. The Mustangs have now lost three games by two runs or less and they have been competitive in each of their four losses.

Camdenton gets needed win over Helias

After leading for most of the game, the Camdenton Lakers once again found themselves in a late battle this season after giving up the tying run in the bottom of the sixth inning.

State parks to continue informational meetings in 2015

As part of an ongoing effort by Missouri State Parks to ensure citizens have input regarding facilities and services offered in state parks and historic sites, facilities will be holding informational meetings throughout the year.

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Old Kinderhook showcases new Lodge and Conference Center during ‘opening’ events

Guests to two special events over the weekend were able to see the completed The Lodge at Old Kinderhook in Camdenton.

Health Beat: To athletes: don’t get tripped up by foot injuries

April is National Foot Health Month — the perfect time to learn how to keep your feet fit.

Gravois Arm Sewer District to expand

The Gravois Arm Sewer District will add 300 more homes to central sewers as phase four of the project moves forward.

Tri-County YMCA to host a Community Garage Sale in May

The Tri-County YMCA of the Ozarks is hosting a Community Garage Sale from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 9 in the facility’s parking lot.

H. Dwight Weaver to be honored for exemplary community achievement

H. Dwight Weaver, of Eldon, will be recognized by the Missouri Humanities Council on May 2 at the annual Humanities Awards celebration to be held at the National World War I Museum in Kansas City, Missouri.

US Coast Guard Auxiliary to offer ‘About Boating Safety’ course April 25 in Camdenton

The United States Coast Guard Auxiliary will be offering the About Boating Safely course April 25 at the Camdenton Fire Department, located at 35 College Avenue in Camdenton.