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Appeal filed in Eldon water-billing lawsuit

Plaintiffs filed an appeal Sept. 4 in a civil lawsuit brought against the City of Eldon regarding municipal water and sewer billing policies.

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Rural economic development grant heads to fall veto session

The funding supporting a bill to provide grants for local economic development in rural areas statewide will depend on the results of the Missouri Legislature’s fall veto session.

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26th annual Shootout revs up Lake

For two days a year in mid-August, the Lake of the Ozarks Shootout is all about how much power and speed a driver can coax from his boat.

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Lake Ozark votes to support senior housing project

Fish Haven Estates could be move-in ready by October 2016

The Lake Ozark Board of Aldermen’s letter of support for construction of an affordable senior housing community advances development at Fish Haven Road one step further.

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AquaPalooza celebrates summer boating

One might expect to see hundreds of boats on the Lake of the Ozarks any summer weekend. But there’s only one day they are all in one place. That day is AquaPalooza.

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Jay-Day draws families for safety tips, summer activities

Fun with fire safety at the Lake of the Ozarks

Terri Van Klavern wants to make sure no children lose their lives to home fires like her granddaughter Jayden Ling did in 2006. So, for the past eight years, she has shared her family’s tragic story.

Camdenton school officer locks in state honor

Chris Williams, long-time school resource officer (SRO) at the Camdenton R-3 School District, was presented June 26 with the Missouri School Resource Officer of the Year award during the Missouri School Resource Officers Association 2014 Conference at Tan-Tar-A Resort in Osage Beach.

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High price of freedom to be highlighted at memorial

Remembering Our Fallen display sets up at Lake of the Ozarks post

After the festivities of Independence Day have passed, American Legion Post 624 of Sunrise Beach will offer a stark reminder of what that independence cost. More like 400 reminders, actually.

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Eldon deploys cameras at parks to deter vandals

Eldon city officials have pressed “play” on a long-considered initiative to install surveillance cameras at two parks to combat persistent vandalism.

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Dogs hit high marks at Canine Cannonball

Fur flew at the eighth annual Canine Cannonball at the Lake of the Ozarks this weekend, and so did the dogs wearing it.

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