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Posted at 4:45 PM

Starting in January 2015, Eldon Career Center will be offering a Registered Nursing program through State Fair Community College.

Updated at 4:07 PM

While much of the pre-primary attention has been focused on the race for Camden County Presiding Commissioner, an equally important race for the Camden County Prosecuting Attorney's position will be decided on Aug. 5 with three Republicans vying for...

Updated at 3:27 PM

After a month of taking donations at the register, Save-A-Lot in Camdenton handed over a $268 check to the Sharing and Caring Foundation.

Posted at 3:00 PM

Supplies are still needed for Camden County Child Advocacy Council's Back to School Fair coming up in August.

Posted at 11:45 AM

“This question would appear to give the advantage to an incumbent, with access to the specifics of the new systems being installed. However, as a surveyor, now using my fourth generation of GPS based surveying equipment, I have some questions...

Posted at 11:45 AM

“E-911 revenue decline is not only a Camden County problem, but a statewide issue. The State of Missouri is the only state in the nation that does not tax cellular telephones to support their E-911 system. Currently, there are 18 counties in...

Posted at 11:00 AM

Part two in a five-part series addressing Camden County's most pressing needs ahead of the August 2014 primary.

Posted at 11:00 AM

Lake Regional Health System is now taking registrations for the Show-Me Better Health program in Versailles.

Updated at 9:47 AM

The first significant project that came out of an April 2013 Lake Ozark Fire Protection District bond issue is open for business.

Updated at 8:35 AM

The Osage Beach Board of Aldermen will meet in special session at 6:30 p.m. Monday in the lower level conference room at City Hall.

Posted Jul 9, 2014 at 7:00 AM

Missouri officials have added money for streetcars in Kansas City and more highway projects around the state as part of a revised project list that would be funded if voters approve a three-quarters cent sales tax next month.

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