Camden County Library District’s summer reading program starts June 8
While visiting with Stefanie Wirths’ class May 13 at the Dogwood Elementary School library, Coli Creech revealed the tablet was the grand prize for the second-graders age division if they participated in the 2015 Camden County Library District’s summer reading program, which begins June 8.
The Newcomers/Longtimers Annual Home Tour celebrates 21 years on Saturday.
Brumley residents continue tradition of hosting fundraisers for community members in need with recent Tiffany Davis benefit Saturday.
OB TIF Commission may hold first public hearing of Arrowhead Centre Redevelopment Project TIF plan in June
Developers have taken the first step in seeking a Tax Increment Financing (TIF) district for its estimated $385 million senior living, retail recreation redevelopment project in Osage Beach.
The Lake of the Ozarks episode of “Family Travel with Colleen Kelly” is scheduled to air on National Public Television in May.
It is important today’s youth learn how to fish, and some excel in the sport. One Lake Area student has become part of the first ever Bassmaster High School All-American Fishing Team.
A plethora of large, medium and small fishing tournaments continue at Lake of the Ozarks and started earlier this spring. Whether is fishing for bass or crappie, many tournaments bring home great payouts to participants and allow both professional and amateur fishermen a chance to “test the waters” on a new crop of fish at the Lake.
Meeting is second in receiving feedback from residents and is set for May 12
The Lake of the Ozarks Council of Local Governments (LOCLG) will host a second public meeting Tuesday, May 12 to discuss the progress of the Camelot Sewer District Expansion Feasibility Study.
Five home-schooled students craft original play, which debuts this weekend in Camdenton
Since Christmas, the Camden Area Homeschoolers’ Drama Troupe was cast into roles, practiced lines, built sets, found and made costumes, and rehearsed. Now they are ready to bring up the curtain on the home-schooled students’ original play, “Murder Me!” Friday and Saturday evenings at the Camdenton Little Theatre at Camdenton Middle School.
Meetings held last week kick-off series of online and public forums to help create 20-year city plan
Friendly, eclectic, growing, potential, home, opportunity, possibilities. These words adorning post-it notes answered one question asked of about 30 attendees at Destination Camdenton’s Community Celebration public meeting April 28 in Camdenton: “What is the one word that you would use to describe our community?”