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Fire at Osage Beach Outlet Marketplace likely caused by cigarette in mulch

OSAGE BEACH, Mo. --The Osage Beach Fire Protection District says the fire here early Saturday morning was likely sparked by a cigarette that was not thrown away properly, and ended up smoldering in the mulch along along the side of the building where Rack Room Shoes is located.CG: Steve Stafford | A

KYTV - 2018-08-13 17:47:00

Katy Trail Community Health celebrates National Health Center Week 2018

First row: Jason Sullivan. Second row, from left: Samantha Houk, Nomi Tran, Mendy Hohenfeldt, Leila Kashani, DO, Morgan Lynch. Third row: Amanda Brown, Chelsea Pottorff, Cara Connor, Heather Emilio, KTCH Board President Mary Nell Stratuman, Sedalia Mayor Pro-Tem Don Meier, Bethany Vandevender, DDS,

SEDALIA DEMOCRAT - 2018-08-13 23:48:00

Sailor surprises her children at Missouri State Fair

U.S. Navy Boatswain’s Mate Nicole Moore hadn’t seen her children Keilanni, 5, or Nobel, 4, or her husband Nobel Moore Jr., all of Sedalia, in almost a year. Moore, stationed in San Diego, California, on the aircraft carrier USS Bunker Hill, made a cross-country trip this past weekend to surprise her

SEDALIA DEMOCRAT - 2018-08-13 13:56:00

Minor injuries when SUV strikes cow standing in Highway 54

The crash occurred around 9:50 p.m. Sunday, August 12, 2018 at Route BB in Callaway County.

LAKENEWSONLINE.COM - 2018-08-12 21:50:00

Three things to do this week: August 13

The Lake of the Ozarks Blues Society will hold their monthly jam at Bear Bottom Resort. The acoustic jam will start at 6 p.m. and the host band, Sweet Trouble, will take the stage at 7 p.m August 14. For more information, call 573-374-6905.

LAKENEWSONLINE.COM - 2018-08-13 00:00:00

Eldon man flown to treatment after alleged drunken motorcycle crash on Route W

Larry D. Howlett received injuries described as serious in the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report. The 52-year-old was driving a 2012 Harley Davidson south on Route W when it ran off the right side of the roadway and struck a mailbox near Lake Road W-15 around 11:45 p.m. August 10, 2018. The

LAKENEWSONLINE.COM

PREVIEW: Missouri State Fair safety: What's changed?

SEDALIA, Mo. - Every year, the Missouri State Fair claims it makes changes to improve public safety.

ABC17NEWS.COM - 2018-08-13 16:03:09

Minor injuries in Osage Beach area collision Saturday

The 1999 Toyota Camry being driven on Hutton Way by Shelby M. Gallo of Osage Beach was rear-ended at an intersection, about 26 feet from Route KK, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report. The Camry was stopped at a stop sign with a 2003 Chrysler Sebring stopped behind it. The Cam

LAKENEWSONLINE.COM

Missouri State Fair, Marshall Family donate to Sedalia Police

The Missouri State Fair and the Marshall family, owners of area McDonald’s franchises, made a donation of stuffed toys created by fair exhibitors to the Sedalia Police Department Saturday afternoon in the Home Economics Building. Pictured are members of the Marshall family, Missouri State Fair Queen

SEDALIA DEMOCRAT - 2018-08-13 14:58:00

Stover Man Seriously Injured after Vehicle Rolls into Him

Sass suffered serious injuries and was taken to University Hospital in Columbia, by Staff for Life, for treatment.

KSISRADIO.COM

Unoccupied pickup rolls into Stover man causing serious injuries

The accident occurred on Wilderness Drive 68 feet east of Wilderness Way, in the Ivy Bend area of Morgan County, around 9 a.m. August 9, 2018.

LAKENEWSONLINE.COM

Lake of the Ozarks' Party Cove, soon to have its own reality show, adding branded wine

One Linn Creek, Mo., winemaker hopes to give customers a taste of the show before it hits the airwaves.

ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH

Cole County R-5 to offer extra care for students

“Each day, we would try to offer some kind of fine arts activity,” she added. One night a week will be dedicated to a subject like music, art, computers or physical education.

JEFFERSON CITY NEWS TRIBUNE ONLINE - 2018-08-13 00:00:00

What is your favorite Missouri State Fair attraction to visit?

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SEDALIA DEMOCRAT - 2018-08-12 23:01:00

Missing rape case witness found safe

Sawyer dismissed the case against Samuel because the girl went missing two days before his trial was scheduled to begin. Four of the charges against Samuel, including rape and statutory rape, depended on her testimony, Sawyer said.

SEDALIA DEMOCRAT

Russellville looks to improve roads, sidewalks

"We just started working on our application, so we don't know how much we will be applying for," she said. "We didn't know about the block grant at time of the county cooperative program."

JEFFERSON CITY NEWS TRIBUNE ONLINE

Patricelli receives award at state fair

Knob Noster Middle School student, Emily Patricelli, receives a special award for her entry in the MOJr.50 in the Fine Arts Division of the Missouri State Fair. Mid-Missouri Artists and Sedalia Visual Arts joined to present special monetary awards to three students selected from the MOJr50 entries.

DAILYSTARJOURNAL.COM

BizBeat: Orscheln Farm & Home set to move

In a news release Aug. 1, Orscheln said it will move "soon" to the new space. The 54,000-square-foot home to Jefferson City's former Kmart store will be three times the size of the existing Orscheln location in Jefferson City.

JEFFERSON CITY NEWS TRIBUNE ONLINE

Corn dogs and cowboys all new to SFCC’s Beadle

For incoming State Fair Community College forward Alys Beadle, adjusting from living in England to living in Sedalia has included some normal instances, like time zones the weather.“In England, we’re supposed to be having a heat wave, and it’s like 75 degrees,” Beadle said. “It’s way hot over here.”

SEDALIA DEMOCRAT

Missouri hospitals struggle to retain certain employees

Finding and keeping highly trained medical professionals remains a challenge across the state, and Central Missouri is no exception to the trend, according to the Missouri Hospital Association’s 2018 Workforce Report.

JEFFERSON CITY NEWS TRIBUNE ONLINE