Former mayor recognized; new mayor welcomed at recent meeting
Five elected officials took their oaths of office at the Osage Beach Board of Aldermen April 21 at Osage Beach City Hall.
Community involvement at forefront of proposed plan
The Osage Beach Parkway West Study takes yet another step closer to fruition.
Damage assessment program, mapping technologies pinpoint locations to enable rescue units quicker aid after a storm
When massive tornados or storms hit a town, the destruction left in its wake can often resemble a landfill full of rumble and no sign of residences, businesses or buildings that once created that community.
Marina View TIF public hearing, Parkway West Study Selection recommendation subjects at next O.B. board meeting
Board meeting Thursday also looks at petition to establish Arrowhead Centre CID
A public hearing fro the Marina View TIF Plan and Redevelopment Project, proposed petition to establish a Arrowhead Centre Community Improvement District (CID) and possible approval of a firm recommended for the Osage Beach Parkway West Study is on the agenda of the Osage Beach Board of Aldermen meeting Thursday night.
School of the Osage middle school recently recognized March Students of the Month. Those acknowledged are sixth-graders Adrienne Dubbs and Talon Childs; seventh-graders Claire Bellamy and Joshua Cooper; and eighth-graders Jessica Bradley and Tristan Satterlee.
Friends of the Park programs helps achieve park system goals
This is the final article in a three-part series highlighting long-term goals and future plans for the Camdenton parks system, as well as its Friends of the Park program.
Students, teachers, Civil War re-enactors, doctors, woodworkers, master gardeners, museum archivists and volunteers, and business leaders have recently come together for a unified mission — to refurbish a 196-year-old Camden County cemetery that houses three to six unmarked slave graves.
Developers have been given the green light to answer the need for more housing units on a vacant piece of property on Port Lane and Ledges Drive in Osage Beach.
Public shares opinions on solving housing gaps and opportunities in housing study meetings last week
Cost and availability of infrastructure, lack of medium income and affordable housing and rental units, and available flat land to build were among top topics discussed at public meetings held last week to gain information for the Lake of the Ozarks Regional Economic Development Council (LOREDC) housing study.
Spring Big Bass Bash in-person registration underway
Roughly 16 days after Liz Puckett, daughter of Osage Beach Bait & Tackle Owner Carol Drysdale, hooked a 18.5-inch and 3.5-pound crappie in the Glaize Arm of Lake of the Ozarks, her beloved fish she named, Pi, is being transported to an aquarium in Warsaw near Truman Dam to live out the rest of her days.