State Rep. Diane Franklin wonders why members of the Highway Patrol hierarchy are 'not giving her direct answers to questions about merger with Water Patrol'.Despite testimony from two Missouri State Highway Patrol troopers, who formerly served in the Water Patrol, State Representative Diane Franklin, R-Camdenton, said she is dissatisfied with the way that agency is responding to questions about training.
Nearly all of Business 54 from the dam to the Shoppes at Eagle’s Landing now belongs to the city
The Lake Ozark Board of Aldermen recently accepted ownership of several sections of Business 54 and Horseshoe Bend Parkway that had previously been owned and maintained by the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT).
The Camdenton Board of Aldermen agreed, last week, to change the name of the city-owned airstrip from Camdenton Regional Airport to Camdenton Lake of the Ozarks Regional Airport.
During the Nov. 4 General Election, voters statewide will be asked to choose between candidates seeking to become Missouri’s next state auditor and to approve or disapprove the work done by two State Supreme Court judges.
A number of state offices are up for grabs, other local races settled during August primary
In a little over two weeks, voters will be asked to go to the polls to make their final selection of those candidates who ran in their parties' August primary election.
I will be glued to the TV from first pitch to last throughout the playoffs. Even as I rejoice that my Cardinals are once again competing in the post season, I can’t help but feel a little sadness that my dad won’t be here to watch the Redbirds play in yet another baseball classic.
The apprehension of a Licking, Missouri, man who was practically caught red-handed after burglarizing a local car wash provided the solution to a number of similar break-ins throughout mid-Missouri.
In responding to questions about rumors that the old Rock Island rail bed was being converted into a bike path, a spokesman with Ameren Missouri told The Lake Today, “(We) recently filed letters for proposed abandonment of 144 miles of existing rail bed with the appropriate government agencies.”
State Representative Diane Franklin, R-Camdenton, said members of the House Review Committee were “very disappointed” in the answers they received from the Missouri State Highway Patrol last week.
Office building will house entire Shoreline Management staff, fleet of boats
A new Ameren Missouri office building, currently under construction next door to Willmore Lodge in Lake Ozark, is set to open by Nov. 1.