Month: April 2015

OSAGE BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT OSAGE BEACH K-9, AXEL, ASSISTS IN LARGE MARIJUANA BUST

On 4/16/2015 the Missouri Highway Patrol requested the assistance of Osage Beach Officer Sam Ford and K9 partner, Axel, at a traffic stop on Horseshoe Bend Parkway, Lake Ozark, Camden County, Mo. The vehicle a 2007 Cadillac was displaying a 2013 expired dealer tag and was being driven by 31 year old, Michael J. Hall, who was suspended.   The state trooper also found that the interior of the vehicle had been altered consistent with the transportation of illegal drugs and also found items associated with the possession of firearms.  Upon Axel’s arrival, he immediately alerted on the vehicle indicating...

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Bible trivia, pizza and prizes Saturday, April 25

Bible trivia, pizza and prizes Saturday, April 25 The Love Light Ministries invites you to a “Night of Bible Trivia.” featuring fun, pizza and prizes from 4 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, April 25 at the Love Light Coffee Shoppe on the Versailles Square. Youth groups, families, friends and businesses can form their own team of three, or individuals may come and they will be placed on a team. There is a prize for the winning team. Pizza, finger food and gourmet coffee will be available for $7. Fruit smoothies, tea and specialty coffee drinks will also be available...

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Missouri Guard warrant officers mentor future quiet professionals

FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. – The Missouri National Guard state command chief warrant officer and warrant officers from around the state participated in a mentorship luncheon with latest class of warrant officer candidates from 2D Battalion, 140th Regiment. The luncheon brought together Missouri’s senior warrant officers and warrant officer candidates, in an informal environment, to enjoy a meal and to ask questions and gather information specific to their branch and career progression. Warrant officers, known as the ‘quiet professionals,’ are technical experts in their field, which includes areas including personnel, aviation and logistics.  They hold the ranks between commissioned...

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Hazardous waste reclamation event on “Earth Day” April 22

The Lake of the Ozarks Watershed Alliance, LOWA, in partnership with the City of Lebanon will conduct a Household Hazardous Waste Reclamation Event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., on “Earth Day” Wednesday, April 22 in the Target parking lot in Osage Beach. The reclamation event is an opportunity for Camden and Miller County homeowners to dispose of hazardous materials in an environmentally safe manner, as opposed to pouring them into household drains or placing them in land-fills, which have the potential of entering and polluting our watershed. Due to grant limitations waste from businesses will not be accepted....

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Tree Resource Improvement and Maintenance (TRIM) Grant

Get up to $10,000 to manage, improve, or conserve your Missouri community’s trees. Deadline is June 5 TRIM is a competitive, cost-share tree care program administered by the Missouri Department of Conservation in cooperation with the Missouri Community Forest Council. The program provides reimbursement of $1,000 to $10,000 to assist government agencies, public schools, and nonprofit groups with the management, improvement, or conservation of trees on public lands. Dependent on budget approval, we may be able to offer up to three $25,000-maximum grants, with collection of data and management-plan creation as the priorities. Projects eligible for TRIM funding include...

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