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Residents living along and motorists using Kramme Road soon might notice activity associated with utility work along the county road south of Owensville. Sho-Me Technologies is scheduled to bury … more
Overshadowed by the coronavirus pandemic that forced many things to a halt in the past three years, the opioid crisis continued — and so did the lawsuit against opioid manufacturers and … more
A Bland woman jailed for more than three years on a first-degree murder charge pleaded guilty July 6 to a reduced charge of voluntary manslaughter in the November 2018 shooting death of her … more
Gasconade County R-2 Superintendent Dr. Jeri Kay Hardy said Monday night that the district has 47.3 percent in its unrestricted fund balance after transferring $1 million into the teacher salaries … more
HERMANN — Gasconade County voters in the Boulware Precinct next week will have a new place for casting their ballots in the Primary Elections. County Clerk Lesa Lietzow announced Thursday … more
HERMANN — In what is developing into a pleasant surprise for Gasconade County government officials, the 1.325-cent use-tax could generate close to $200,000 this year — or more, depending … more
The Gasconade County R-2 Long Range Facility Planning Committee met July 11 to discuss what action needs to be taken to maintain and improve campuses within the school district. Superintendent Dr. … more
HERMANN — The effort continues by Hermann Area District Hospital (HADH) officials to craft a lease agreement with an out-of-state organization to manage the healthcare facility. And while the … more
A light mist was falling early Tuesday as Sheriff Scott Eiler cast his ballot at Owensville High School where Rural Canaan precinct residents vote. He said he expected only around 1,400 to 1,500 … more
HERMANN — As spring arrives in mid-Missouri and brings with it the threat of severe weather, Gasconade County Emergency Management Director Clyde Zelch wants residents to be ready for whatever … more
The Gerald Bridle and Saddle Club has begun its new season and has lots of new activities on their agenda.  Saturday, March 19, was the first offering of equine massage at the club’s … more
Stan Voss attended the meeting of the Gerald Area Chamber of Commerce last Wednesday to report on the progress of the town’s shuttered grocery store.  As Voss and his crew work … more
HERMANN — Looking to boost the level of vaccination against COVID-19, the Gasconade County Health Department is mounting a campaign that treats the inoculation just like a shot for any other … more
The Save-A-Lot signs came down Feb. 16 and new G&W Cash Saver banners went up over the weekend. The grocery store is scheduled to reopen under new ownership today (Wednesday) following … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Abbott, the WIC infant formula manufacturer, announced the “proactive, voluntary recall” of some powdered Similac, Alimentum, or EleCare formulas manufactured in … more
COLUMBIA — Missouri 4-H youths and volunteers can learn about common Missouri crops, insects, diseases, disorders, weeds and pesticide safety through a new 4-H Crop Scouting program. The … more
GROWMARK offers pollinator garden supplies Groups wishing to plant a pollinator garden may apply for free supplies online by March 11. GROWMARK is offering the program nationwide for the first … more
Filing for April 2022 Municipal Election candidates closes at the end of business hours next Tuesday (Dec. 28) for respective city and county government offices. As of Tuesday afternoon, there was … more
HERMANN — Whether a result of trick-or-treating or having more than one hunter in a deer stand, the cases of COVID-19 are on the rise in Gasconade County. That was the report Monday morning … more
Twenty-eight professional artists from around the country will be painting outdoors across southern Gasconade County Oct. 20-24 during the four-day Fall Plein Air Event, competing for $6,000 in … more
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