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The United States District Court, Eastern District of Missouri, issued a preliminary injunction Monday halting the Biden Administration from enforcing its vaccine mandate on healthcare workers in the states that joined Missouri’s coalition.

Hearing the phrase “Zebra cemetery” is probably more likely to conjure up images of something like the elephant graveyard in the Lion King than anything else in the minds of most people here at the Lake— and for good reason. The actual Zebra cemetery in question is a small, overgrown, and ou…

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The 36th annual Fall Harbor Hop at Lake of the Ozarks Oct. 9 had a record-breaking attendance of 2,376 hoppers.In addition, the winning hand was a Royal Flush, which is rare. Please go to funlake.com/harborhop for the full list of winners.

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The Bagnell Dam Bridge rehabilitation project is going to take longer than expected and when it’s completed, the bridge will have new weight restrictions, dropping from 40 tons (80,000 pounds) to 18 tons (36,000 pounds). That news was shared with the Lake Ozark Board of Aldermen last week by…

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Lake media has launched a new website. 
The URL is unchanged: www.lakenewsonline.com.

Firearm seasons for deer are open across the Midwest. For many of us, this is the most exciting time of the year. Crowds are filling restaurants in rural towns. Hotels are full of pickup trucks towing trailers loaded with ATVs. Strangers are talking to strangers at the gas station, as long a…

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month. According to a survey from the American Lung Association, only 29% of Americans know that lung cancer is the leading cancer killer of women and men, and only 36% know that lung cancer screening is available.

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