Diamond in the Ruff


Weaving between the old wooden structures of the factory, a group of boys, BB guns in hand, tracked down rats. Among the hunters was Michael Kampeter, who would grow into the man who took the reins of the company […]

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Charitable Glamour

By Maggie Brenizer, managing editor     Photos by Liz Sparling

The seasons are quickly changing, and Lake locals are moving from the hustle of the summer season to planning and attending events where they can have fun while helping others. This time of year brings us together, supporting important charities and causes while getting the chance […]

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Recipe Feature: Windrose

By Kathy Roberts, LO PROFILE Editer • Photos by Jordan Weaver 

Windrose Restaurant on the Water is a fine dining Lakeside restaurant at Tan-Tar-A Resort. There has been a restaurant at this location since 1962. For a little background, Tan-Tar-A Resort started with 12 cabins, and opened for business on July 4, 1960. More buildings were added throughout the […]

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Always More: J’den Cox

Written by: Lexie Churchill   

Photography: Provided

J’den Cox hung from a tree, handcuffed and harnessed in. The timer was ticking. Unfortunately for his older brothers’ satisfaction, Cox’s expertise in escaping these situations had increased tenfold. After all, practice makes perfect. He broke the metal bracelet and got away, to the displeased looks of his elders. They liked to instill toughness early, but […]

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    The First Responders: The Uniformed Heroes of Our Communities

The First Responders: The Uniformed Heroes of Our Communities

What does it take to be a hero? Is it a cape, superpowers and a fast car? Maybe. Or at least this is the image that has been installed in our heads since we were young from comic books, action figurines and movies.

Home Feature- Nantucket Point

This breezy home has transformed the 5 mile marker into the Nantucket of the Lake of the Ozarks!
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