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Online Survey - Osage Beach Park Master Plan Community Survey

The City is updating our City's Park Master Plan and is seeking public input! We encourage our community to participate in our survey. The City of Osage Beach is committed to enriching the quality of life through exceptional programs, parks, and facilities while preserving our community's natural history. To accomplish this, the City is updating our City's Park Master Plan to further guide decision making and investment for the future, and we are seeking public input!
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Highway Patrol Reports Two Arrests Locally

The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported two arrests locally overnight on Thursday night into Friday. 12:38 am – 32-year-old Anthony R Brookshier of Cameron was arrested for alleged driving while intoxicated. He was held at the Pettis County Jail and released. 2:45 am – 23-year-old Henry F Eiserer of...
CAMERON, MO
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Crew hits natural gas line in Osage Beach, Mo.

OSAGE BEACH, Mo. (KY3) - On Thursday morning, a contracted crew hit a natural gas line in Osage Beach. The incident happened on Yacht Club Drive near the Performance Boat Center. The line belonged to Summit Natural Gas. Firefighters with the Osage Beach Fire Protection District cleared the scene shortly...
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M 2.1 earthquake recorded near state line

JONESBORO, Ark. (KAIT) - The U.S. Geological Survey recorded a small earthquake early Friday morning just south of the Arkansas-Missouri border. The magnitude 2.1 quake struck at 4:26 a.m. Friday, Aug. 18. According to the USGS, it was located 18 kilometers (11.5 miles) west-northwest of Maynard in Randolph County. The...
RANDOLPH COUNTY, AR
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Tracking two rounds of storms to start the weekend

TODAY: Friday starts quiet, with partly cloudy skies. Some cloud cover from showers and storms to our northwest will be present this morning, but most should still get a sunrise. Some showers may try to work into mid-MO from the northwest, but an overall dry start to the day is forecast. A cold front that is part of the system driving activity to our northwest will move closer this afternoon. Ahead of the front this evening, storms will begin to develop in mid-Missouri. Storms may approach our western most counties by 4-6, but move closer to Hwy 63 by 7-9 this evening. We may see an isolated storm with the potential to create gusty to damaging winds, and small hail. Overall, the severe risk is low.
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Brain-Eating Amoeba Suspected In 2nd Midwest Death

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Health officials say a child likely died from a rare infection caused by a brain-eating amoeba after swimming in the Elkhorn River in eastern Nebraska on Sunday. If confirmed, it would be the second death in the Midwest this summer from primary amebic meningoencephalitis, a...
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The sinkhole that ate Sunrise Beach!

Watch out for the sinkhole if you’re driving in Sunrise Beach. The sinkhole opened up in front of a landscaping company along State Road TT. The hole is 24 feet deep and is forcing crews to shut down one lane so they call fill it in.
SUNRISE BEACH, MO
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87% Of LakeExpo Readers Support A TIF For The Outlet Mall

A reader poll published on LakeExpo, Tuesday evening, reveals an overwhelming majority favor the issuing of a TIF for the planned redevelopment of the Osage Beach Outlet Mall. As of this publishing, the poll, which asks, "Do you think Osage Beach should issue a TIF for the redevelopment of the Outlet Mall?", had received 1,450 votes. 87% voted yes, and 13% voted no.
OSAGE BEACH, MO
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MoDOT working to find more information on Sunrise Beach sinkhole

SUNRISE BEACH, Mo. (KY3) - MoDOT crews worked Thursday to find more information on the sinkhole in Sunrise Beach. MoDOT Area Engineer Danny Roeger said crews were adding sensors underground that will help determine what is underground. “It’s just a common sinkhole that that exists in karst soil properties, where...
SUNRISE BEACH, MO
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Missouri State Highway Patrol seeks your feedback

If you’d like to let the Missouri State Highway Patrol how they’re doing, you have until the end of the month. The patrol is hosting an online Public Opinion Survey. The survey launched Tuesday, August 16 and runs through August 31. Captain John Hotz says the survey lets you rate the patrol’s performance through a simple, self-explanatory format.
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Firefighters respond to natural gas leak in Osage Beach

Firefighters respond to a natural gas leak in Osage Beach. The Osage Beach Fire Protection District says workers with Summit Natural Gas accidentally struck a gas line on Yacht Club Drive Thursday morning. The area around the leak was closed off while crews worked to clear the scene. Summit Natural...
OSAGE BEACH, MO

Missouri man indicted over threat to Arizona official is a public school employee

A Missouri public school employee facing federal charges for allegedly threatening an Arizona election official is “embarrassed and humbled,” his attorney said Thursday. Walter Lee Hoornstra, 50, was indicted Tuesday on one count of communicating an interstate threat, which carries a maximum prison term of five years, and one count of making a threatening telephone […] The post Missouri man indicted over threat to Arizona official is a public school employee appeared first on Missouri Independent.
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MoDOT to close westbound lane of Bagnell Dam Friday night

LAKE OF THE OZARKS - Missouri Department of Transportation contractors will close the westbound lane of Bagnell Dam this Friday between 5 and 7 p.m. Flaggers will be around the closed lane, and the closure could last up to 12 hours, MoDOT said. Crews will work on making repairs to...
MISSOURI STATE

Three hurt in head-on crash at Lake of the Ozarks

CAMDEN COUNTY, Mo. (KMIZ) Troopers responded Tuesday afternoon to a head-on crash at the Lake of the Ozarks. Three people were hurt in the crash on Route TT near Shawnee View Drive around 2:50 p.m., according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Troopers said Gary W. Cleek, 65, of Eldon, was driving a pickup truck The post Three hurt in head-on crash at Lake of the Ozarks appeared first on ABC17NEWS.
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