Ameren Missouri’s new shoreline management office building will not only be constructed next to Willmore Lodge, but will also be designed to blend perfectly into its historic surroundings.
One of the great things about working in the news business is the constant contact with the reading public and its reaction to the articles that are published.
For five-plus years, Lake of the Ozarks State Park has drawn more than 2 million visitors annually
Each year Missouri State Parks have an impact on the state’s economy in excess of $1 billion, according to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (DNR). With Lake of the Ozarks State Park outdrawing all others by an almost 2-to-1 margin, it alone is responsible for a large percentage of that annual impact.
Passage of a tax increase means proposed closing of three outlying fire stations will not take place
The passage of a ballot issue in Tuesday’s election means that more than $80,000 in cuts made by the Mid County Fire Protection District Board, earlier this year, can now be reinstated.
As we all know April is famous for a number of reasons. April Fool’s Day, Easter and, of course, my birthday so on this, the second day of the month, I thought it would be fun to reflect on some of the other reasons that this 30-day period is such an important time of the year.
Sunrise Beach administrator Roger Corbin says the first business, Woods Supermarket, should be connected to the new sewer system within 30 days
After years of preparation, the plan to provide Sunrise Beach businesses and residents with citywide sewer service is finally nearing reality, said Sunrise Beach City Administrator Roger Corbin.
Presiding Commissioner to act as interim replacement for Don Hathaway, who resigned after charging that he was being harassed by an elected official.
After this year’s winter season that seemed to go on forever, and because this is the first full week of the spring season I thought it would be fun to look up some facts about the season.
Camden County Planning and Zoning Administrator Don Hathaway tendered his resignation early last week, citing ‘a hostile work environment’ created by an elected county official.
I am not writing this article to brag on my new car, even though it is a beautiful example of American heavy metal. I am writing to contrast my feelings about last week’s purchase with those I experienced when I bought my very first new car.