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Bright-Capstick is Camdenton R-III Classified Employee of the Month

Angela Bright-Capstick has been named the school district’s Classified Employee of the Month for December.

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Laclede Electirc Co-op donates supplies to Dogwood Elementary

Several coats were donated to Dogwood Elementary School last week by the Camdenton Laclede Electric staff.

Annette Green, Melodee Derby honored with Camdenton R-3 Teacher of the Week

Annette Green and Melodee Derby were each named Camdenton School District Teacher of the Week recently.

Enter the 2015 Lake of the Ozarks Eagle Days Coloring Contest

The Lake Today partners again with 2015 Lake of the Ozarks Eagle Days committee to sponsor children’s color contest, chance to win Big Surf tickets

The Eagle Days 2015 committee members are encouraging children to participate in the event’s Fifth Annual Coloring Contest.

Holiday Survival Tip: Try a new holiday recipe from a Lake Area food expert

Planning on a party or want to spice up your holiday season with a fun new recipe? Try a simple, easy to make recipe that is delicious and affordable from a local culinary connoisseur.

Ozark Jazz Society announces its 2015 concert schedule

The Ozark Jazz Society, which is an affiliate of the Lake Arts Council, has organized its 2015 concert schedule.

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MDC says at least one case of chronic wasting disease found in northern counties

For the first time since the deadly disease was discovered in the state, the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reported finding a case of chronic wasting disease (CWD) outside Linn and Macon counties.

Laclede County bridge closed indefinitely

The Missouri Department of Transportation has closed the bridge over the Gasconade River along the Interstate 44 outer road in Laclede County after a recent inspection determined the bridge was unsafe for travel.

This year’s deer harvest is ahead of 2013

Hunters checked 9,107 deer during the antlerless portion of Missouri’s firearms deer season, bringing this year’s tally to 194,997.

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Missouri’s Spa Shiki recognized as top 5 finalist by American Spa Magazine’s 10th Annual Professional’s Choice Awards

Located on Missouri’s Lake of the Ozarks, a popular Midwest vacation destination, Spa Shiki at The Lodge of Four Seasons recently announced American Spa Magazine has named Spa Shiki a top five finalist in the Favorite Spa Treatment Menu category of American Spa’s 2014 Professional’s Choice Awards.

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PBW donates to four local charities

With great honor and fulfillment Heart of the Ozarks Professional & Business Women (PBW) were able to make four $500 donations each to local charities recently.

Reid named American Family Insurance Agent of the Month

Nathan Reid of Osage Beach has been named Agent of the Month by American Family Insurance. He received the honor for outstanding sales of American Family insurance products during the month of October.

Report show more options, savings for Mo. consumers who shop in Health Insurance Marketplace in 2015

New choices and more competition in the Health Insurance Marketplace are giving Missouri consumers affordable options during Open Enrollment this year, and the majority of returning consumers who shop can save money on premiums, according to a report released by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

Name-calling: Select something befitting of your business

Choosing a name for a new small business has always been an important decision. But in an age where so much business is done online, your name must not only effectively distinguish who you are and what you do in person and in print, but also online.

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Setting Children Up For Success: Creating the perfect cadence

Fourth in series highlights how CLC’s EDGE after-school program progresses skills for kids like Janelle Rauba

In the fourth of this series, learn about CLC SnapShots Calendar’s Miss December and “Little Drummer Girl” Janelle Rauba’s gained independence through activities and social peer interaction at CLC’s Edge after-school program

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