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Dump truck driver left with minor injuries in Camden County
A Camden County accident leaves a dump truck driver with minor injuries early Thursday morning. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report, Roy Wood, 51, of Lebanon, lost control of the 2007 Mack LE600 he was driving while going down a hill at Windjammer Condominiums in Lake Ozark.
Citing state law, resident asks Lebanon to rename street Route 66
Citing a 1999 state law, a resident of Lebanon, Missouri, recently asked the city council to change Elm Street back to Route 66. For now, the local Route 66 association declined to take a stand on the issue.
Missouri’s new GOP senator placed under investigation before he’s even sworn in
Most Republicans wait until they come to Washington to join the culture of corruption — but Missouri Senator-elect Josh Hawley decided to get a jumpstart by engaging in possibly illegal activities during his campaign for Senate.
Woman’s death in southern Missouri investigated as homicide
LEBANON, Mo. (AP) — Authorities are investigating a woman’s death in a southern Missouri as a homicide. The Springfield News-Leader reports that 27-year-old Laquita Williams was found dead Monday in a home in the town of Lebanon. Police have not said how she died.
Authorities in Lebanon Investigate Homicide
LEBANON, Mo. - Authorities in Lebanon are investigating the homicide of a 27-year-old female. The Lebanon Police Department responded to a house in the 300 block of North Street around 1:30 p.m. on December 10, 2018. Once they arrived they found the victim unresponsive and determined she had been ki
This Missouri Zoo Has One Of The Most Spectacular Christmas Light Displays You’ve Ever Seen
The clock’s a-tickin’. And, before you know it, we’ll be waking up on Christmas morning. That means we’re running out of time to get everything – from buying gifts to baking cookies – done. But, don’t let the frenzy of the final days leading up to Christmas and New Year’s wear you down. Slow down fo
Open Letter to Officials of 20th Missouri Circuit Court
In regard to the question of Missouri’s de facto debtors’ prison system prevalent in many rural counties, Tony Messenger, columnist for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, has written about this issue, highlighting injustices consequential to the Missouri “board statute,” especially affecting lower income,
Woman found dead in Lebanon home, police say
Police say a woman was found dead Monday in a Lebanon home. A news release from the police department says officers responded to the 300 block of North Street for a 27-year-old woman who was unresponsive inside the home.
Missouri National Guardswoman Chantel Coates hopes Invicta FC 33 opponent ‘comes prepared’
Invicta FC 33 goes down this Saturday night. The card boasts some recognizable figures from across women’s MMA, including Invicta Atomweight champion Jinh Yu Frey, who defends her belt in a rematch versus Minna Grusander. Also on the card is UFC vet Daniele Taylor who faces the undefeated Montserrat
Pro wrestling coming Saturday to post
Professional wrestling stars from the past, present and future will enter the ring at 7 p.m. Saturday at Nutter Field House during the “Christmas Crash.” The special event, co-hosted by Lebanon, Missouri-based Ringside Championship Wrestling, and Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation, promises a
Winter Wonderland for Marshfield PAT
It was a magical evening for students and parents on Thursday as the Hubble Elementary School transformed into a winter wonderland, complete with snow decorations, crafts and other goodies.
Drug Bust in Laclede County Seizes Five Pounds of Meth
LACLEDE COUNTY, Mo. - Multiple law enforcement agencies worked together for the "largest single methamphetamine seizure in recent history" for Laclede County. Authorities served a search warrant at 20488 Eastgate Road in Laclede County on December 8, 2018. They found and seized five pounds of crysta
The All-You-Can-Eat Seafood Buffet In Missouri That’s Unexpectedly Awesome
Buffets just make life so much easier. Think about it. Say you’re really hungry but not for anything specific. You can sample a little bit of everything at a buffet. Or, maybe you’re craving a few different dishes and can’t decide which you want more. You can have both when it comes to a buffet, rig
'Bambi' as punishment? Sentence in SW Missouri poaching case includes mandated viewings
Four members of a southwest Missouri family have been caught in a multi-year poaching case where authorities say hundreds of deer were killed illegally. “The deer were trophy bucks taken illegally, mostly at night, for their heads, leaving the bodies of the deer to waste," said Lawrence County Prose
Man charged with tampering with vehicle, possession of drugs
Allan Lee Kuhn, 28, Buffalo was charged in Dallas County Circuit Court with two class D felonies. One is tampering with a vehicle in the first degree on Nov. 4, and the other is possession of a controlled substance on Oct. 30.
Bluejays fall behind in 'battle of pace,' unable to catch Fair Grove
The Marshfield boys basketball team went 0-2 over the course of last week, taking a 46-40 loss against the Class 5 Lebanon Yellowjackets on Tuesday, Dec. 4, before falling to Class 3 Fair Grove 49-60 in a Friday night home game.
Coach Jacky Payne on Hall of Fame Induction
Former Skyline standout, and long time area head coach Jacky Payne was inducted in the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame on Wednesday afternoon. Payne scored 2,002 points in his career and at the time of enshrinement, tallied 573 wins between St. James, Marshfield, Lebanon, Stoutland boys and girls, Skyl
Lebanon man asks city to change street name to Route 66, cites 1999 Missouri statute
A resident is asking the city of Lebanon to comply with a 1999 statute and change a street name back to Route 66. Howard Fuller wants Lebanon to change the name of Elm Street to Route 66, citing a state law passed in 1999 by the Missouri State Legislature, according to Jay Kirksey, Fuller’s attorney
Camden County Man On Missouri Most Wanted List; Statewide Manhunt Ongoing
Tom Rickey Jr. of Sunrise Beach, is on the Missouri Most Wanted List after a statewide manhunt was issued for him on Nov. 29, 2018. Rickey is currently the top featured fugitive on the list.
Hit-And-Run School Sign Vandals In Sunrise Beach: Authorities Seek Tips, Crews Install New One
Thieves crashed into and then stole a yellow flashing warning sign a few months ago on Highway 5 near the Hurricane Deck School and Sunrise Beach Police are asking for the public assistance in locating the culprits. “I guess they thought they were hiding the evidence,” Sunrise Beach Police Chief Jef