Quality RV shares tips on maintaining, making a recreational vehicle a regular vacation resource
Shipments in 2014 are expected to total more than 335,000 units, which would be the highest total since 2007. At Lake of the Ozarks, Quality RV in Linn Creek has seen similar trends, marking 2014 as one of the best years and possibly surpassing sales and service numbers they had before the national recession.
Since the tragic terrorist attacks of 9/11 nearly 13 years ago, Americans have continued to host events, vigils and commemorations to “never forget.” Locally, the Lake Ozark Fire District Benevolent Association wants to do the same.
Ice rink tentatively open to public, hotel guests the first part of December
The Lodge at Old Kinderhook construction has progressed significantly since breaking ground in late 2013 with a tentative March 2015 grand opening.
Rotary Youth Exchange program also sees international students study at local schools
Camdenton High School students and recent graduates Barnstable, Cassidy Zwart and Chloe Schmidt are living with host families, attending school and indulging in the local culture at various countries around the world.
Ameren Missouri plans to make decision on former railroad by Aug. 31
The possibility of turning about 145 miles of the inactive Rock Island Railroad line into a biking and hiking trail could come to fruition.
The movie “Grease” was celebrated in style during Hot Summer Nights, and saw thousands walk Bagnell Dam Strip reliving classic cars from the era, watching L.O.Z. Community Dance’s “Grease” routine, listen to sounds of the decade and interact with a variety of family and child entertainers, as well as special guests.
Board of Aldermen hope for completion by the end of 2014
With written assurance suspended highway funding cuts won’t prohibit financial aid in the project, the Osage Beach Board of Aldermen unanimously accepted a bid to construct 17,400 square feet of concrete sidewalk along Osage Beach Parkway west of the Grand Glaize Bridge.
An overhead highway sign directing traffic to Osage Beach has been installed at the intersection of state Route 54 and Key Largo Road in Osage Beach. The sign was requested and paid for by the city of Osage Beach.
Overall, the Osage Beach Board of Aldermen is positive a new road connecting Three Seasons and Nichols roads could reduce traffic volume after the new Osage Beach Elementary School on Nichols Road opens in the fall of 2015.
Project includes more than 40 additional parking spaces, two new pavilions
A proposed multi-sport court, additional parking spaces and pavilion construction project in Peanick Park is slated for discussion in Osage Beach’s 2015 budget sessions this fall.