Looking back on things that made us proud or collectively shake our head this week.

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Camdenton Middle School students in the Journalism Area of Career Interest with Susan Skinner’s. Their work will be featured monthly in the Lake Sun. Check out pages 8 and 9 of today’s Lake Sun for a glimpse of what the students have been up to getting ready for their first publication.  

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Efforts of law enforcement here and in Alabama for the capture and arrest of Russell Cooper. The fugitive has been on the run since allegedly getting away with nearly $10,000 from Citizen’s Bank of Eldon.

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Waters Edge Condo Association for taking steps to reduce the chance of a fire at their development in Four Seasons. Better to be proactive rather than wait for something to happen. 

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Anyone who hasn’t picked up a copy of the Lake Sun’s Game Night publication highlighting high school football teams in the lake area. It’s free and inside today’s Lake Sun featuring our great student athletes. 

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Motorists who disregard the rules regarding school bus safety. As we drive around the lake, we continue to see motorists who fail to stop while children are getting on or off the bus. Stop putting students and bus drivers at risk. The few minutes you gain are not a matter of life or death. But disregarding the law and taking a chance on hitting a student is.