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JEFFERSON CITY — As summer weather arrives, Missourians are reminded to be aware of the dangers posed by extreme heat and humidity and take precautions as they spend more time outdoors. … more
Dark cloud gather a children play in bubbles created by workers for the St. Louis area based Bubble Bus which was visiting Owensville’s Scenic Regional Library on Friday afternoon. Spot … more
WEST PLAINS — Another top-four finish. That was the goal Saturday for Matt Candrl’s Owensville High School (OHS) Track and Field athletes during the Missouri State High School … more
HERMANN — As it eases into a new focus on promoting job growth in the area, the Hermann Regional Economic Development (HRED) Corporation board is asking its members to consider just what … more
HERMANN — The Missouri Attorney’s Office has added another member to its team as it prepares for the May 26 preliminary hearing of Kenneth Lee Simpson, the 35-year-old man charged with … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Sexually transmitted disease (STD) rates are at an all-time high according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Nationally, there has been a 74% … more
Residents of Old Woollam Road north of Owensville have edged closer to seeing their county road upgraded from gravel to a chip-and-seal coating. A contingent of residents left Thursday … more
Gasconade County E-911 dispatchers have a new tool to use in helping protect citizens who need emergency assistance. In addition to the “text to 911” service currently available for … more
HERMANN — A preliminary hearing has been set for the man charged in the shooting death of one Hermann policeman and the wounding of another. Kenneth Lee Simpson, 35, will hear some of the … more
HERMANN — The death last month of Hermann Police Det. Sgt. Mason Griffith is now being felt in the courtrooms. Gasconade County Prosecuting Attorney Mary E. Weston Thursday morning told … more
JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri Senate passed bills Thursday restricting both gender transition procedures and student participation in sports based on sex. The bill was initially approved … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri Republicans are making a push to allow firearms to be carried inside religious establishments and lessen restrictions on access to firearms.  House Bill 485 … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Like a lot of Missourians, Shelley Swoyer of Jefferson City was surprised to see that the state had switched from its long-used method of selecting presidential primary … more
JEFFERSON CITY — More than three years since the designation of COVID-19 as a pandemic, Missouri House members spent part of Tuesday afternoon debating whether COVID-19 vaccines save … more
JEFFERSON CITY — The House gave initial approval Monday to a bill that would legalize sports wagering in Missouri. Representatives struck down five proposed amendments to the bill before it … more
HERMANN — The public defender for the man accused of killing one Hermann police officer and seriously wounding another has again requested a new judge as the state’s case against him is … more
HERMANN — The man accused of killing one Hermann policeman and seriously injuring another Sunday night heard the formal charges read against him March 15 in Gasconade County Associate Circuit … more
Motorcycle police from the St. Louis region, Kansas City and Springfield lead the 495-vehicle procession Sunday from Owensville High School to Rosebud’s Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery for the … more
Eleven months into the first year of his sixth four-year terms as elected city marshal, Robert Rickerd has tendered his resignation — effective the end of April. “To the Citizens of … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri Gov. Mike Parson was less than optimistic on Feb. 23 when questioned about the possibility that either the House or Senate would pass funding for the Rock Island Trail … more
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