Laser Robotics

First Laser Robotics Team and Community on a Roll with Go Baby Go Event

When a local student robotics group wants to help others in the community, businesses here at the Lake are more than willing to
give and offer considerable support.

This past fall the Camdenton Laker Afterschool Science, Engineering and Robotics (LASER) 3284 robotics team […]

Football, Family, Faith and Friends

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CBP: Black Beauty

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The Ambassadors

When a football player reaches the pinnacle of his career — becoming a pro — his life becomes very challenging, yet exciting. For most it is a whirlwind of cheering fans, regimented schedules, recognition off the field, signing autographs, making appearances at special events and being dubbed celebrities. That time in his life is […]

Cover Story: Deron Cherry

It is the early 1960s. Palmyra, New Jersey, was like most suburbs. Children were running from house to house and playing in the street. Deron Cherry, former free safety for the Kansas City Chiefs, experienced many opportunities there during his youth.
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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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