Baltimore orioles are one of Missouri’s favorite summertime residents
You often hear them before you see them. Their song sounds almost like the music of a very sweet toned flute.
As I am the oldest employee at The Lake Today, the card from my co-workers was, as expected, a tongue-in-cheek comment about old I am. It was really cute and funny. However, what my co-workers didn’t expect was the chores referred to on the card as “games” were, in fact, just part of the daily routine when I was a child.
Voters may be asked to accept or reject ballot issues on subjects such as legalized marijuana to automobile-deer collisions
With just a couple of weeks left in the 2015 session of the Missouri General Assembly, it is unlikely legislators will have time to consider all 50-plus House of Representative bills designed to place issues on upcoming ballots.
Lake Area residents need to be aware of the damage that can be done by non-native species
The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) said one of the most damaging mistakes a homeowner can make is planting a tree on their property that is not native to the Ozarks.
There is a program on the Travel Channel that tells the tales of odd and unusual items found in museums around the country.
Two General Assembly resolutions and eight legislative bills could, if passed, have a direct impact on the Lake Area
A resolution that has already been “truly agreed and passed” by both houses of the General Assembly is designed to limit the EPA and Corps of Engineers’ control over local waterways.
Throughout my years growing up, hunting for delicious sponge-like morel mushrooms was a springtime tradition.
A survey of traffic numbers and patterns will help determine how construction debt for the toll bridge will be handled in the future
The results of a survey of traffic numbers and patterns will help commissioners governing the Lake of the Ozarks Community Bridge determine whether to lower toll rates or pay the construction debt off early.
One of the things that entertains me most in those books is the way many of the words used by those very British writers differ in meaning when used by an American, even though in both countries English is the official language.
Brandon Pharr, organizer of the Kilts and Kleats Softball Classic, said there is still time to enter a team for the May 9 event.