The Osage Beach Board of Aldermen passed a motion for the city to apply for a grant to fund a parallel taxiway project at Lee C. Fine Airport despite facing opposition from some board of aldermen.
Commission signs ‘memorandum of understanding,’ awaits developers financial plan
The Camden County Commission has signed a “memorandum of understanding” at a meeting early last week that will further development of a new, major waterfront resort and convention center development near Osage Beach.
Lake Area student Joe Grafeman made history winning third place in the 2015 Bassmaster High School All-American Bass Tournament held in June at Lake Barkley in Kentucky.
Lake Area resident musician performs with The BitterCreek Band in Eldon
On Friday, Grayson Wood invites his Lake friends and residents out to a special concert at the Eldon Community Center as he brings his road show to his now hometown.
‘Destination Camdenton’ project team to host next public meetings in late July
The Destination Camdenton project steering committee has solidified goal statements for the city’s comprehensive plan and is finalizing details for its next two public workshops in late July.
For Corey Cook, fishing is more than a enjoyable. It is an profession the Lebanon High School sophomore ambitiously seeks after he completes his education.
Osage Beach board passes first reading of small property voluntary annexation as part of proposed development
Confusion over a dead-ended Nichols Road in the original master plan of the proposed Arrowhead Centre development was cleared at the Osage Beach Board of Aldermen meeting June 4.
As the summer season heats up, local bait and tackle shops are finding minnows and worms are the hot commodity right now.
Lake Race, HK’s Golf Tourney, Garden Walk kick start summer of family friendly fun this weekend
n the first few weeks of June, more than 10 festivals and events are slated to entice families, friends and individuals to take in Lake of the Ozarks on an off the water. Take note of these events and make sure to indulge in all of what the Lake has to offer.
On Saturday and Sunday, the Camden County Historical Society and the MCWRA (Missouri Civil War Re-enactment Association) Collins Battery B re-enactors will co-host its second triennial maximum effort re-enactment of the Battle of Monday’s Hollow, which was the only Civil War battle fought in Camden County.