Skip Surbaugh Benefit Fishing Tournament registration available
With the kick-off to the holiday season officially starting Nov. 27, Black Friday, Osage Beach Bait & Tackle Owner Carol Drysdale reminds shoppers to not forget gifts for the fishermen in their lives.
Public shares initial comments, concerns on concept at Nov. 19 Board of Aldermen meeting
The Osage Beach Board of Aldermen unanimously approved at its Nov. 19 meeting to move forward with a preliminary core study of a boulevard-style design concept to the west end of Osage Beach Parkway early next year.
Santa’s caravan and bonfire return below Bagnell Dam Dec. 12
The return of a popular holiday event will come to Lake Ozark following the 31st annual Lake of the Ozarks Christmas Parade Saturday, Dec. 12.
33 teams compete in STEM-based tournament Saturday in Camdenton
Hundreds of teachers, peers and members of the community watched and cheered as 33 Missouri teams competed in the third annual Mid-Missouri FIRST LEGO League Robotics Qualifier tournament Nov. 14 at Camdenton High School.
Skip Surbaugh Benefit Fishing Tournament planning underway
Osage Beach Bait & Tackle Owner Carol Drysdale said 108 to 120 boaters turned out last weekend for the Anglers in Action Championship at Lake of the Ozarks. As they were catching fish and securing their placements in the tournament, their winning fish were nice sized but not the normal big keepers often seen.
Lake Area author’s latest book delivers ‘faction’ novel of three local historical tales
Earlier this fall, Anderson premiered his ninth hard copy print book, “Hahatonka On Trial: Spoiling a Wonderland,” with its latest edition becoming available locally at Stonecrest Book and Toy Monday.
Annual Lake Ozark Rotary gift-giving program for underprivileged children begins Nov. 19
On Thursday, Nov. 19, the Lake Ozark Rotary Club will open its annual Candyland headquarters at Stone Crest Mall, encouraging members of the community to buy presents for local children in need.
Event part of several upcoming larger tournaments this fall, winter
Osage Beach Bait & Tackle Owner Carol Drysdale said crappie fishing is “pretty good” right now, and bass are still biting with just smaller keepers setting fishermens’ hooks.
As its final dinner theater production for 2015, the Museum Players will present “Ain’t She Sweet” Friday and Saturday evenings at Camden County Museum in Linn Creek.
Cochran Engineering to share insight of Aldermen Bethurem’s idea to beautify existing roadway in city’s west side
A boulevard-style design concept to the west end of Osage Beach Parkway is scheduled for discussion at the Osage Beach Board of Aldermen meeting at 3 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 19 at Osage Beach City Hall.