With less than eight months before School of the Osage begins classes for the 2014-15 school year, the Heritage Building renovation is right on schedule.
The second span of the Hurricane Deck Bridge at the Lake of the Ozarks is set to come down at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 21.
With early cold temperatures arriving in Missouri, the state's two ski resorts are open — a welcome event for many of the state's skiers.
The Morgan County R-II Board of Education and Administration will be holding public hearings in January after receiving word Dec. 12 that the school district's grant application with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for assistance in...
For Charlie Myrick and the many other volunteers of the Ivy Bend Food Pantry, the greatest gift of Christmas is love, and they want to keep extending that gift to the community.
With just weeks to go in the 2013 budget, the Camden County Planning and Zoning department is running about $40,000 over what was budgeted for legal expenses.
A new state senate bill sponsored by Senator Dan Brown is under the microscope of one local health department.
It was a tough choice, but judges narrowed down entries in the annual Lake Sun cookie contest to their four favorites.
Missourians who live in rural areas are far less likely to have health insurance than those living near big cities, according to U.S. Census data.
Several Osage Middle School students were part of a worldwide computer science project that made world history as part of the Hour of Code project, a movement to expose students in K-12 grades to coding and programming.
A settlement agreement has been reached in a long-running lawsuit over structural problems with buildings at a lake area condominium complex.
After an extensive assessment process, the Sunrise Beach Fire Protection District announced the selection of a new assistant chief on Wednesday.
NASA has ordered up a series of urgent spacewalks to fix a broken cooling line at the International Space Station, a massive repair job that could stretch to Christmas Day and will include space walks for Camden County native Mike Hopkins.
Camdenton Middle School seventh grade “Team Luna” students had two special collections in November and December for lake-area veterans.
Christmas is a week away and not only are Santa and his elves working overtime, the United States Postal Service is working diligently to get packages delivered in time for the holiday, as well.
The cities of Lake Ozark and Osage Beach ended the year with increases in sales tax revenue from the previous year.
Torrential downpours in the region from Aug. 2-14 caused extensive damage from flooding and flash flooding to roadways and small bridges in the region.
It's that time of year again, when property owners along Lake of the Ozarks will begin to see the lake level begin its seasonal decline as the winter drawdown gets underway.
Lake Regional Health System recently donated more than 8,400 cans of food to local food pantries and charities to help families in need during the holidays.
Nothing says Christmastime is near like creating a gingerbread house.
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