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Temporary ban will stay in place as long as lake levels are way up
Lake of the Ozarks visitors also shouldn’t count on water skiing, or ride jet skis or do anything else that causes a wake — because the Missouri Highway Patrol’s Water Division has ordered a Lake-wide No Wake zone, thanks to the high water levels.
Flash Flood Warnings have been issued for several central Missouri counties for the overnight hours.
The budget for the 2016-17 school year was a primary area of discussion Tuesday, June 23, at the monthly meeting of the California R-I School Board.
The Friends of Moniteau County Library raised $2,626 at its Family Feud and ice cream sundae fundraiser Saturday at the United Church of Christ friendship hall.
Fans of the old Lee Mace’s Ozark Opry may have seen or heard the local library director and her sister decades ago.
The personal stories of Cole County soldiers are pieced together with historic context in the latest book by local military historian Jeremy Ämick.
Winner of this event will receive a $500 scholarship and paid expenses while competing in the Missouri State Fair Queen Contest.
There have been 160 to 170 students in average daily attendance at the Tipton R-VI summer school program. The information was presented to the board at the June 15 meeting held at the Board of Education Office.
California Middle School students returned from a whirlwind Washington, D.C., tour taken June 20 - 23 arranged by Counselor Marcia Bibb.
The Moniteau County Courthouse Square is uniquely intact, reflecting its pioneer town commercial center.
Members and visitors at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church heard from missionaries, the Rev. Eric and Johanna Stinnett, on Wednesday, June 24.
Austin Kramer, staff member of Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler, stopped by California
The Moniteau Christian Ministries Center, Inc. (MCMC), Board of Directors sponsored and hosted a Volunteer Appreciation Picnic at Proctor Park on June 14 with 80 people in attendance.
With the fourth of July quickly approaching many people will hang a flag in remembrance of our country’s birthday, However, Cheryl and Leroy Porter, who live just outside of High Point, have hung more than just a flag. They have an amazing patriotic porch. From the flowers, to the color scheme and lighting, the patriotism almost sings to you.
Co-Mo Electric Cooperative passed along a $1,549.19 grant to the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri’s Buddy Pack program, on June 16.