Gasconade County
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HERMANN – Halfway through the fiscal year, Gasconade County government is continuing its march to a third consecutive record-setting year for sales tax revenue. After receiving this … more
The Gasconade County Timing Association sponsored an Honor Flight on Saturday, flying veterans to military memorials in Washington, D.C. The 24-hour round trip started at 12 a.m. Saturday with the … more
The Missouri General Assembly on May 6 approved SB 3020, but withheld all $69 million from the development of the new Rock Island Trail State Park. Rep. Bruce Sassmann, (R), Bland, 62nd District, … more
Gasconade County’s most ardent supporter of fair elections and voter access to cast their ballots urgently seeks citizen judges to staff all 16 precincts in August and November. Lesa Lietzow … more
The Senate Appropriations Committee is expected to debate HB 3020 today (April 20) regarding the $69 million in ARPA funds that Gov. Mike Parson requested legislators allocate toward development of … more
HERMANN — With 1-in-5 registered voters casting ballots across Gasconade County last week, the half-cent sales tax for law enforcement was approved, despite solid opposition in the Hermann … more
An addition is being planned for the Gasconade County Historical Society’s Archives and Records Center in Hermann and a $1.5 million fund-raising project has begun in anticipation of the … more
  Gasconade County R-2 School District Board of Education directors (pick 2): [Total votes Gasconade and Franklin counties] • Joyce Ann Lowes 564 • Russell Farrell … more
Gasconade County voters will decide the fate of a half-cent sales tax to benefit the sheriff’s patrol and local police agencies when they go to the polls Tuesday, April 5. The proposed tax … more
District 11 has been awarded federal funds through the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) under the Emergency Food and Shelter National Board … 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
JEFFERSON CITY, MO – Missouri WIC announces a new, temporary waiver that will allow the purchase of larger containers of formula using WIC benefits during the Abbott infant formula recall … more
HERMANN — Sheriff Scott Eiler is familiar with Hermann City Hall, but last week he might have felt like the proverbial stranger in a strange land when he presented the proposed countywide sales … more
Gov. Mike Parson on March 3 shared that he thinks a universal early childhood education expansion bill is necessary to improve readiness for the workforce. “First of all, when we implemented … 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
HERMANN — As U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt sees it, expanding internet access to rural Missouri will take place, but making it available to everyone at a reasonable price will be the real … more
Statewide filing for the August 2022 Primary opened Feb. 22 as all 163 House District seats will be up for election in a redistricting year. Several of those state representatives will have new … more
HERMANN — The nearly-$3 million of federal economic recovery money allocated to Gasconade County  government might turn out to be a windfall for the county’s coffers after … more
COVID-19 testing opportunities in Gasconade County are improving with additional rapid home tests which have been distributed to area organizations and are available free of … more
Missouri youth gathered with others from across the nation to participate in the 2021 National 4-H Congress held in Atlanta, Georgia, Nov. 26-30. During National 4-H Congress, youth participated … more
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