Cast vote in MDC crappie minimum length limit survey at Osage
Crappie is still a prime catch for fishermen this time of year.
Elementary My Dear Botson team advances to FIRST FTC state competition in March
The Camden Area Homeschoolers’ FIRST FTC (FIRST Tech Challenge) robotics team’s name, Elementary My Dear Botson, seems well suited.
Committee to begin reviewing RFQ proposals for study next week
Determining the identity of Osage Beach’s west side through public involvement is “crucial” in defining the scope of the Osage Beach Parkway West Study, according to members of the project’s selection committee who will begin reviewing submitted RFQ (Request For Qualifications) proposals from firms next week.
With unseasonably warm temperatures last week, more fishermen have taken to the water to make some big catches. Osage Beach Bait & Tackle Owner Carol Drysdale said even though some big crappie are being caught, the lake’s movement while Ameren conducts the annual winter draw down has made the water more muddy.
It takes a lot to keep an increasingly popular community facility like the Osage Beach Senior Center up and running.
Update on RFQ process, request to further outline objectives of RFQ on agenda
The Osage Beach Parkway West Study Selection Committee will conduct a meeting at 3:30 p.m. Friday at Osage Beach City Hall.
Group helps keep residents informed of real time inclement weather happening at Lake of the Ozarks
The homeowner said people also brought food and beverages while helping her with the clean-up process. One of those groups of strangers that assisted her was the Lake Area Storm Spotters’ (L.A.S.S.) newly formed disaster response team.
Final open house reviews 20-year city plan draft, looks back on yearlong Destination Camdenton project
After a yearlong study involving stakeholder groups, steering committee involvement and community input, a draft of a 20-year comprehensive plan for the city of Camdenton is available for public review and comments through Feb. 12.
Cold, wintry weather forced Osage Beach Bait & Tackle Owner Carol Drysdale to cancel her second winter fishing tournament held in January. However, a third was held Jan. 16 seeing 12 participants and reports of the Lake’s waters beginning to clear following late 2015 heavy flooding and continuous dam generation since.
Second in series reviews additional public’s top interest in new projects from survey, upcoming events
Year-round restrooms at the two city parks and hiking and biking trails ranked as the top amenities or additions to the city of Osage Beach’s two parks — Osage Beach City Park and Peanick Park — in a recent public survey.