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Waynesville man dies in crash in Pulaski County

PULASKI COUNTY, Mo. (KY3) - A man from Waynesville, Mo is dead after a crash in Pulaski County Saturday night. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the crash happened on Highway 17 two miles south of Crocker just after 9:00 p.m. 50-year-old Jeffrey Lofton’s vehicle ended up off of...
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Sunday, June 26 Forecast

What a difference a day can make here in the Ozarks! Saturday brought record temperatures or near-record temperatures on what was the hottest day of the year for the area. Rolla reached the century mark and tied the record of 100°, which was set back in 1952. We finally...
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Meth and Fentanyl Seized in Miller County Drug Bust

An early-morning traffic stop in Iberia comes to an end with two suspects arrested and about half-a-pound of suspected methamphetamine and fentanyl taken off the street. Miller County Sheriff Louie Gregoire says the traffic stop happened along highway-42 with the assistance of the Mid-Missouri Drug Task Force. Arrested were 38-year-old Geneva Berry, of Iberia, and 52-year-old Lisa Kenyon, of Camdenton. Both are charged with first-degree trafficking drugs and delivery of a controlled substance. They were taken to the Miller County Jail. Bond, for both, was set at $125,000.
MILLER COUNTY, MO
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BREAKING: Osage Beach Outlet Mall Project Hits Brick Wall…Cancelled

The much-hyped Osage Beach Outlet Mall project hits a brick wall and, at least for now, will not happen as planned. Mayor Michael Harmison tells KRMS News that the city received a letter terminating the funding agreement with the marketplace LLC due to the developers not agreeing with the city’s choice of a financial consultant to oversee the process. As a result, the city considers the notice of termination as a withdrawal of the TIF application and all associated requests for development assistance. City officials have also been instructed to stop any work on the project and the special meeting planned for Monday has been cancelled. Mayor Harmison also says he is hopeful that the project can be revived at some point down the road.
OSAGE BEACH, MO
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No Agreement: Outlet Mall Plans Break Down, Developer Faults City

OSAGE BEACH, Mo. — It's the hottest topic in town, but the planned redevelopment of the Osage Beach Outlet Mall ground to a sudden halt on Friday, as developers reached an impasse with the City of Osage Beach. At issue: the selection of financial advisory group Columbia Capital to...
OSAGE BEACH, MO
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83-year-old finds his way home to Fort Leonard Wood after 80 years

A lot has changed since 83-year-old Bill Wieberg lived on Fort Leonard Wood during World War II. Rough and bumpy dirt and gravel roads have been replaced by smooth pavement, once expansive woodlands are now housing areas and wooden, World War II-era temporary buildings have been mostly replaced. What began as a training site when it opened in 1942, developed into a 63,000-acre installation that trains about 80,000 service members and civilians each year.
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Dog Days - Live Music by SuperJam

Saturday, June 25, 2022, 9 p.m. WHERE: Dog Days Bar & Grill, 1232 Jeffries Rd., Osage Beach, MO 65065. The name of a mighty quintet of St. Louis rockers...nay...dreamers, who dare to dream that they can bring back those heady days of yesteryear. Bring back screaming guitars and killer rock poses! Bring back racks of keyboards and questionable fashions! Bring back ear splitting vocals and soul crushing bass! Bring back senseless drum solos! Bring back lava lamps and black light posters!
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Funeral Arrangements for June 24, 2022

A memorial service for Thomas Leroy Watt, 54, of La Monte, will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, July 9, at La Monte Baptist Church. Burial of ashes will be held following the memorial service at Kingston Cemetery in Kingston. Arrangements are under the direction of Rea Funeral Chapel. The...
LA MONTE, MO
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Dr. Paul Howard (September 4, 1930 - June 22, 2022)

Dr. Paul Howard, age 91, of Tuscumbia, passed away on Wednesday, June 22, 2022, at his home. He was born in Bagnell, on September 4, 1930, son of the late Ernest and Constance (Buster) Howard. On February 14, 1953, Dr. Howard was united in marriage to the love of his life, Marjorie Ann Humphreys, who preceded him in death on July 24, 2017. They were blessed with 64 years of marriage.
TUSCUMBIA, MO

Woman accused of DWI flown to hospital after Pulaski County crash

PULASKI COUNTY, Mo. Emergency crews flew a woman to a hospital Wednesday night following a Pulaski County crash. The crash happened around 6:55 p.m. on Highway 133 near Richland, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Troopers said a motorcycle driven by Misty L. Miller, 31, of Richland, hit a barbed wire fence after she The post Woman accused of DWI flown to hospital after Pulaski County crash appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
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