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The Missouri Republican State Committee has announced it expects to host a traditional caucus on March 2 to choose its presidential preference candidate and has set the following rules for the … more
Jefferson City — Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft said Jan. 3 that information regarding the state’s move from a Presidential Preference Primary run by the state to a Caucus … more
Heavy, wet snow fell Monday afternoon and evening, quickly coating main roads with a slushy mixture. Area schools were called off for Tuesday. The temperature warmed overnight and through Tuesday … more
Missouri’s second-longest serving member of Congress announced Thursday he will not seek a ninth term. U.S. Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer, a Republican who turns 72 this year, said in a social … more
The Missouri Senate picked up Wednesday afternoon largely where it left off when it adjourned in May, with a group of Republicans holding court for more than an hour to vent frustrations with the … more
BELLE — A court date for Belle Mayor Daryl White, Jr., has been set for 9:30 a.m. on Feb. 13 for two alleged misdemeanors — stealing and official misconduct — for a Sept. 26 … more
BELLE — Minutes were unavailable on Tuesday morning for a Dec. 22 emergency closed session meeting posted as “personnel” by Belle city Treasurer and office manager Charro Reasor. … more
Charges are pending against Belle Mayor Daryl White, Jr., according to Maries County Prosecuting Attorney Anthony Skouby. “I can confirm I was given a probable cause statement at … more
Hermann police officer Adam Sullentrup (in protective helmet) arrived home from Colorado on Nov. 21. Sullentrup was receiving treatment at Craig Hospital in Colorado after being shot in the head and … more
Gasconade County — A Pictorial History will be released by the Gasconade County Historical Society at the Society’s annual meeting on Nov. 19 at Zion-St. Paul Church, 2428 State Hwy. K in … more
UNION — Prosecutors and defense attorneys in the capital murder trial of Kenneth Lee Simpson will have plenty of time to prepare as the alleged cop killer’s day in court won’t take … more
COLUMBIA — The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is enc ouraging agricultural producers and forest landowners in Missouri to participate in voluntary conservation programs and adopt … more
HERMANN — With Gasconade County among the state’s high-risk counties for youngsters being exposed to lead, the local Health Department is stepping up its screening efforts. Health … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Following news coming from Gov. Mike Parson’s Drought Assessment Committee, State Treasurer Vivek Malek announced he is keeping his office’s Farm Relief Loan … more
JEFFERSON CITY — Missouri WIC has extended the temporary increase of the Cash Value Benefit (CVB) for fruit and vegetable purchases starting October 2023 and lasting through September of next … more
The 26th annual Mid-Missouri Horse, Mule and Ox Farming and Historical Crafts Days was held last weekend just north of Gerald. Once again the clearing in the woods was packed with folks demonstrating … more
UNION — An instant classic. That is how one could describe Friday night’s Four Rivers Conference (FRC) football game between the Owensville Dutchmen and Union Wildcats played at … more
HERMANN — Tick bites have become more than a nuisance for an increasing number of Gasconade County residents. They have turned into a serious health issue, one that potentially could be … more
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
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