Greenview food pantry branches out in fundraising efforts, community help in 2015
Now, new Share the Harvest Food Pantry Executive Director Bob White is excited to carry on many of its longstanding and recently established support programs, events and structure, is working together with neighboring food pantries for new fundraising projects, and is planning to implement some new services in the future that will assist their increasing number of clients.
Weather changes may make fishing inconsistent, be confident and catch crappie, bass at the Lake
As the Lake waters begin to warm and almost ready to turn over, crappie action is kicking up.
The Sunrise Beach Little Theatre presents the Lake Variety Show Friday, March 27 and Saturday, March 28 at the Sunrise Beach Community Center on Highway 5 in Sunrise Beach.
Slew of parties were thrown in his honor
It was day filled with birthday cake, presents, food, family and friends. However, for Howard “Howie” Carlson, it was also a day to celebrate being a U.S. Marine.
Carol Drysdale to give weekly fishing tips in The Lake Today
Even though Carol does not fish like her and Wayne did before moving to the Lake 15 years ago, she was able to carry on her passion for fishing in a new way earlier this year. She became the new owner of Osage Beach Bait & Tackle.
New Tri-County YMCA director builds on strong foundation of community-involved programs and activities
For seven years, Ben Jacobi has had his eye on working for the Tri-County YMCA of the Ozarks in Osage Beach.
Study to determine needs for affordable housing for businesses’ employees in area
Members of the Lake of the Ozarks Economic Development Council (LOREDC) are currently seeking consultants to conduct an affordable housing study in the Lake Area.
Attend the Audience Participation Mystery, ‘Death Suite,’ at the Camden County Museum to find out
Detective Hudson Hotchkiss, an actor by day and detective by weekend, will attempt to solve the murder along with Lake Area guests attending the first Audience Participation Mystery, “Death Suite,” at 6 p.m. Friday at the Camden County Museum.
Contractors can move forward with pond storm damage repair improvements at Osage Beach City Park with the approved additional funds to cover its expenses.
Plans being established to tear down former police building, create public parking before summer
Lake Ozark city officials are hopeful to convert the former Lake Ozark Police Department property into additional, needed public parking spaces for Bagnell Dam Strip by the start of the summer season.