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2008 

Lake of the Ozarks to be free of white foam Dec. 3 marks the deadline for dock owners to have replaced all non-encapsulated foam flotation with encapsulated floats approved by AmerenUE.   The problem with the non-encapsulated foam was that it would tend to break away from docks, creating a real e...
10/31/2008
European-style castle ruins resting upon the highest bluff in the Lake area is the focal point of one of Missouri's most fascinating state parks.   Built originally by a Kansas City businessman the castle was first utilized as a mansion retreat, and later as a hotel. Gutted by fire in the 1940's...
10/31/2008
$7500 tax credit for first-time homebuyers If you have not owned a home or condo in the past 3 years - or have never owned a home - this is a particularly good time to buy.  Area lenders have many good loan packages available - such as a USDA first-time homebuyers loan package - that not only off...
10/31/2008
Market report for Lake of the Ozarks 3rd quarter real estate report: Lake of the Ozarks Board of Realtors Obvious to anyone driving around the lake area, and noticing the "For Sale" signs that seem to have become part of the lawn's landscape for so many disappointed home owners; residential sales...
10/31/2008
This weekend is a good time to do semi-annual tasks. Time revents to standard time at 2 a.m. this Sunday.  And so while you're  changing your clocks, it would also be a good time to do a few other routine tasks - tasks that may improve your convenience and safety at home and in your car: 1) Repl...
10/31/2008
County Clerk's office to open on Saturday for early voters . I was surprised to encounter this site Wednesday as I stopped in at the Camden County Clerk's office to place an absentee vote.  Arriving jshortly after lunch, I had a little bit of a wait while 4 clerks checked in other voters in line...
10/31/2008
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