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Board approves school request for one-way street

CAMDENTON – A section of Oklahoma Street is now a one-way street.

Last week the Board of Aldermen voted to approve a request from the Camdenton School District to make the street one-way from South Highway 5 to Minor Street.

The change was made because the school district said congestion is becoming a problem so they came up with a plan to help alleviate the congestion and part of that plan is to make that small part of Oklahoma Street one-way. 

A plan was also released to parents to show them where they need to go to pick up and drop off a student.

Dogwood families will use either the one-way Oklahoma Street or Minor Street to enter the school’s “shared parking lot” and will use the middle of the lot and exit from the top of the parking lot onto Minor Street.

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Missing man’s body found in Morgan County

MORGAN COUNTY – The body of a man reported missing on December 14 by Pettis County Sheriff Brad Anders has been found in Morgan County.

Last week Morgan County Sheriff Norman Dills released details on the incident.

On Friday December 17, the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a possible deceased body on private property near Highway M and Pond Road.

The investigation determined that the deceased person, identified as Jimmy (JD) Collins, been reported missing from Sedalia.

Collins had been reported last seen around Thanksgiving.

On Saturday December 18, with the assistance of the Kansas City MO Police Department Aircraft Division, Collins’ vehicle was located submerged in a pond approximately 140 yards west of where Collins body was found.

Members of the Mid-County Fire Protection District dive team and Garber Diesel Service assisted in the recovery of the vehicle.

An autopsy was performed at the Boone County Medical Examiner’s Office last Monday (December 20) and the preliminary results showed signs of hypothermia as a possible contributing factor in the death of Collins.

The sheriff’s department has not released any other details at this time.


Man seriously injured when vehicle overturns

LAKE OF THE OZARKS – A Macks Creek man is in serious condition after his vehicle overturned last week.

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP) last Tuesday December 21 at 7:49 p.m., a 2011 Chevrolet HHR, driven by Judd Carnahan, 64, of Macks Creek, MO, was westbound on Route W, west of Up and Down Road when the vehicle went off the left side of the road and overturned.

He was taken by ambulance to Lake Regional Hospital in Osage Beach, MO, with serious injuries. He was wearing a seat belt. The vehicle had extensive damage.

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Conservation Commission changes paddlefish regulations

JEFFERSON CITY- One lake activity that many enjoy has some new regulations courtesy of The Missouri Conservation Commission: paddlefishing.

On December 10, the commission gave final approval to several proposed regulation changes to the Wildlife Code of Missouri by the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) for paddlefish, related fishing methods, and commercial fishing.

The regulation changes will become effective Feb. 28, 2022.

MDC asked for initial public comments on the proposed regulation changes this past spring. The Commission gave initial approval to the proposed regulation changes at its Aug. 27 open meeting in Jefferson City. MDC then had a public comment period during October.

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