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Ozarks International Hosted the World Racing League

Ozarks International Raceway is a 3.97 miles state-of-the-art facility at the heart of the Ozarks. The Missouri-based international track has several layouts, but the longest configuration truly shows what this facility is about with its 19 thrilling corners and a 150 feet elevation difference throughout the lap and 1200 feet elevation change over a single lap.

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Ozarks International Raceway is a 3.97 miles state-of-the-art facility at the heart of the Ozarks. The Missouri-based international track has several layouts, but the longest configuration truly shows what this facility is about with its 19 thrilling corners and a 150 feet elevation difference throughout the lap and 1200 feet elevation change over a single lap.

The other configurations include an outside track of 2.5 miles course and an inside track of 1.4-mile track. These are ideal for Racing Schools or clients renting the track for their events.

The goal of this track was to provide a safe and fun place to racing enthusiasts, all the while preserving nature around. The Ozarks being a mountainous region, the primary architect of this layout was the lay of the land, paired with Jr Pesek’s vision and Multimatic’s knowledge; this new facility quickly attracted the attention of the biggest series in North America.

With the Race Control built to modern standards and a turkey barn turned into a 60-car garage, OIR’s facilities cater to the highest motorsports series standards in North America. The track’s five-year plan is to have IndyCar, NASCAR, IMSA and SRO amongst its visitors.

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World racing league’s goal is to provide a highly competitive, professional-level racing experience on an amateur racing budget – without compromise.

That means you’ll see garage-built cars sharing the grid with factory built race cars. What does this mean for you? Some of the best competition around in the most time-honored format: multi-class endurance racing. Keep reading below to learn a little more about us and why YOU should be on the grid with WRL.

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UPDATE-Death and Drug Investigation Northshore of Lake of the Ozarks:

UPDATE-Death and Drug Investigation Northshore of Lake of the Ozarks:

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On 03/18/2024, Deputies were dispatched to an address off Village Marina Road outside Lake Ozark for a death investigation. Before law enforcement arrived, a male subject fled from the scene.

Deputies arrived at the apartment complex where they located a deceased person and narcotics inside the home.

Deputies along with other law enforcement agencies saturated the area searching for the male subject but were unsuccessful in locating him. The male subject was identified as Kendrick Terrell

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Cook, 33 of the Lake Ozark area.

The deceased person was taken by the Miller County Coroner to the Boone County Medical Examiner’s Office in Columbia where an autopsy will be performed to help in determining the cause of death.

Kendrick Cook was charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance with NO BOND ALLOWED and is also wanted for questioning regarding the death investigation.

If you know the whereabouts of Cook, contact the Miller County Sheriff’s Office at 573-369-2341 or your local law enforcement.

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This is an ongoing investigation and additional information will be released at a later date.

Northshore of Lake of the Ozarks: Murder Reports Surface on Social Media, Investigation Underway. As the weekend came to a close, reports of a murder on the north-shore of the Lake of the Ozarks began circulating on social media. Following this tragic news, online reports the Miller County Sheriffs Department began a search for the suspect. In an attempt to gather more information, multiple inquiries have been made to the Miller County Sheriffs. Missouri Network.tv is actively investigating the matter and will provide updates as new information becomes available.

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Francis Howell students protest for representation

Francis Howell students protest for representation

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School board voted 5-2 to remove Black History and Black Literature courses because the curriculum was connected to the “Social Justice Standards: The Teaching Tolerance Anti-Bias Framework” as published by Teaching Tolerance, a project of the Southern Poverty Law Center.

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Martin Luther King Jr. Leads Historic March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom

Martin Luther King Jr. Leads Historic March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom

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On August 28, 1963, over 250,000 people gathered in Washington D.C. for the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, an event that would become a defining moment in the Civil Rights Movement. The march, organized by a coalition of civil rights groups, was led by prominent leaders of the movement, including Martin Luther King Jr., who delivered his famous “I Have a Dream” speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.

The march was a peaceful demonstration calling for an end to racial discrimination in employment and for the passage of meaningful civil rights legislation. The event was a powerful display of unity and determination, as people from all walks of life came together to demand equal rights and opportunities for all Americans.

King’s speech, which was broadcast live on television and radio, became one of the most iconic moments in American history. In his address, King called for an end to racism and discrimination, and he urged the nation to live up to the ideals of its founding documents, declaring, “I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.’”

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The march and King’s speech galvanized the Civil Rights Movement and helped to pave the way for the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. The event remains a powerful symbol of the struggle for racial equality and justice, and King’s words continue to inspire people around the world to work for a better, more just future.

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