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Multiple weapons found on a student at Laquey, Mo. school

LAQUEY, Mo. (KY3) - The Pulaski County Sheirff’s Office says school officials in Laquey found multiple weapons in a student’s possession at school. “The teacher noticed something odd about the child and recognized he was skittish and nervous and something going on. So she pulled the child out of the class and called the resource officer. The resource officer came in. (They) found a weapon on the child, loaded weapon on the child, and found several other weapons in a bookbag in a locker that belongs to the same child,” said Pulaski County Sheriff Jimmy Bench.
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Camdenton man accused of giving mother fatal dose of illicit drugs has trial delayed

A Camden County man’s murder trial is delayed until next year. It was Monday when Judge Matthew Hamner granted the state’s request for a continuance in their case against Dereck Beck of Camdenton. Beck is charged with involuntary manslaughter for giving his mother a controlled substance he made from illicit ingredients in January 2021. The drugs led to the woman’s death.

School leaders place Laquey School District on lockdown following incident

LAQUEY, Mo. (KY3) - The Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office says everyone is safe following an incident at Laquey schools. The school placed students on lockdown Monday as authorities investigated. KY3 received multiple calls about a possible active shooter. Sheriff Jimmy Bench says that did not happen. Sheriff Bench says...
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Golf team working hard this fall

During a recent home match, the Lebanon High School girls’ golf team honored their four seniors. The seniors include Libbee Hays, Brandi Leifer, Katie Hopkins, and Emma Hough. “These girls have been amazing for our program,” head coach Lindsay Darnell said. “I say it every year, but I am...
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Lady ‘Jackets pick up win over Webb City

In front of a large home crowd, the Lebanon High School softball team picked up a big win over the Webb City Cardinals in a non-conference game on Monday afternoon, 6-3. Lebanon (13-11 overall) struck first in the opening inning on a triple from senior Makayla Dawson, that scored two runs on a 1-1 count after Raegan McCowan and Gracie Waterman singled to help get the scoring started.

Waynesville-St. Robert Airport will get a new airline and two destinations

The airport at Fort Leonard Wood that serves both civilians and military personnel is getting a new air carrier, and for the first time in decades, there will be two destinations from the small airport. Contour Airlines is returning to the Waynesville-St. Robert Regional Airport after a year away, starting...

City Council Recap - Sept. 26th Regular Meeting

Here is a brief recap of major actions taken by the Lebanon City Council at the Sept. 26th regular meeting:. ✅ Council passed Resolution No. 485 authorizing developmental fee waivers for 25 more new home constructions. Why is this important?. The City of Lebanon needs more housing. Addressing the housing...

2 Missourians Fatally Shot After They Tried to Run Over a Deputy

A car chase over the weekend resulted in 2 Missourians being fatally shot after they allegedly tried to run over a Missouri deputy. The Green County Sheriff's Office shared this update on their Facebook page today about what began as a traffic stop that ended with Timothy W. Shaffer, 37 and Donna M. Bailey, 23, both of Lebanon, Missouri being fatally wounded. The status says their next of kin have now been notified.

Council thanks Holman Howe Funeral Home for Time Capsule plaque

Members of the Lebanon City Council met to thank Kenny Howe, of Holman Howe Funeral Home, for the plaque commemorating the time capsule buried at city hall on Sept. 15, 2021 in conjunction with the Missouri Bicentennial Celebration last year. The capsule is scheduled to be opened on Sept. 12, 2121. Pictured, from left, are Laquita Angst, Councilman Bob Garner, Kenny Howe, Councilman Gib Adkins, Councilman Randy Wall, Councilwoman Sheila Mitchell, Councilman Ken Eldridge, Mayor Jared Carr and Councilman Chuck Jordan.

Osage Beach Woman Facing Numerous Charges

A 42-year-old Osage Beach woman is facing numerous charges in Camden County following her arrest early Sunday morning. Stephanie J. Ellis was taken into custody by members of the Missouri Highway Patrol on a felony warrant from Cass County for a probation violation, a felony warrant from Camden County for Burglary, leaving the scene of a crash resulting in physical injury, driving while suspended and failure to secure a child properly in a seatbelt. Ellis was taken to the Camden County Jail; no bond has been set.

PHOTOS: Fall In-Water Boat Show At Lake Of The Ozarks

The Fall-In Water Boat Show brought great deals — and great weather — to Captain Ron's Bar & Grill last weekend. With boat dealers on water and vendors on land, it was a one-stop-shop for everything boating. (photos by Lake Shots Photography -- to buy high-res photos of...

Camdenton School District Hires New Director Of Maintenance

CAMDENTON, Mo. — Camdenton R-III School District recently announced their new Director of Maintenance, Gary Hall. Hall was approved at the School Board meeting, which was held Sept. 13, and is scheduled to begin on Oct. 1, 2022. He is coming to the district from Bakersfield, Ca., where he held the position of Superintendent for Unified Field Services. He replaces Kerry Dickeman, who served most recently in the role.

Bricks for LHS Alumni Plaza

The Lebanon Alumni Plaza continues to grow and expand. According to the Lebanon Alumni Committee Member Lester Capps the project began as a dream and it continues to grow. Currently, there are more than 16 hundred bricks in place at the plaza.. Alumni Association Member Carol Bauer said the bricks...