Month: December 2015

Camdenton Weekly Police Report

Myers, Jeromy P. – 37 year old w/m from Camdenton, MO charged with Domestic Assault on December 16th. Howard, Rebecca M. – 21 year old w/f from Camdenton, MO charged with Possession of Marijuana under 35 grams and Unlawful use Drug Paraphernalia on December 16th. Collette, Britney J. – 24 year old w/f from Camdenton, MO charged with Stealing on December 17th. Phares, Calvin C. – 17 year old w/m from Camdenton, MO charged with Minor in Possession of Alcohol and Unlawful use Drug Paraphernalia on December 19th. Reeves, Skylar J. – 17 year old w/m from Camdenton, MO...

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The YMCA 5K Run/Walk JINGLE JOG 2015 – Lake of the Ozarks

The TRI- COUNTY YMCA of the Ozarks presents the first of what will become an annual event: The YMCA 5K Run/Walk “JINGLE JOG 2015”. This exciting event will take place on SATURDAY, DECEMBER THE 19th with the start and finish of the race to be at the YMCA PARKING LOT LOCATED AT 950 Airport Road in Osage Beach, MO. 65065. The participants and spectators will be able to stay warm and cozy before and after the event in the lobby of the YMCA. This event will benefit the kids at the YMCA and the participants will be able to...

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Missouri’s high school graduation rate increases again, ranks in top 10 in the nation, Gov. Nixon announces

Gov. Jay Nixon today applauded new data from the U.S. Department of Education showing that Missouri’s 4-year high school graduation rate increased to 87.3 percent in 2013/2014 from 85.7 percent in 2012/2013.  Missouri’s graduation rate is significantly above the national average of 82.3 and ranks in the top 10 in the nation. Missouri’s graduation rate surpassed the national average across all racial and ethnic groups and underserved populations, including students with disabilities. From the 2010/2011 to the 2013/2014 school year, Missouri’s high school graduation rate rose 6 percentage points, from 81 percent to 87 percent. “These rising graduation rates reflect the solid...

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