Gasconade County
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BLAND — Integrity Engineering’s Terris Cates congratulated Bland aldermen on April 5 for concluding the bidding process on the city’s six-year water infrastructure project and being … more
Construction is underway on one of three buildings for an RV Park just east of Rosebud being built by Jerry Reinhold of Reinhold Electric of St. Louis on property he purchased earlier this year. This … more
Municipal Election voter turnout April 6 was light to almost non-existent across most of Gasconade County. A 10.78-percent turnout was reported across the county in official results released … more
HERMANN — A contingent of Gasconade County government officials are scheduled to meet this morning with the county’s Enhanced-911 Board of Directors to hear that agency’s plan to … more
HERMANN — The regional agency that administered Gasconade County’s CARES Act funding is asking what the county will do with the remaining $65,000 as it anticipates the next round — … more
After hosting a weekend vaccination clinic that administered 546 first doses of the Pfizer product, Hermann Area District Hospital and Clinic announced Tuesday all future vaccines given in the county … more
Hermann Middle School is the site for an appointment-only Pfizer vaccination clinic Saturday, April 10, as Hermann Area District Hospital and its clinics hold what may be the final large-scale … more
As of April 9 all adults in Missouri are eligible for vaccinations to help prevent the COVID-19 virus. Hermann Area District Hospital and its clinics are asking people interested in being vaccinated … more
HERMANN — County government officials within the Meramec Region are calling on federal lawmakers to make high-speed Internet service available to all residents, a factor they see as critical to … more
Gasconade County Clerk Lesa Lietzow said four south-county precincts will not be open next Tuesday for the April 6 Municipal Election since there are no ballot issues for residents … more
HERMANN — In clarifying her position regarding violators of municipal ordinances, Circuit Court Associate Judge  Ada Brehe-Krueger Thursday said she would not automatically hand down jail … more
Bland aldermen came to a consensus on March 15 that they would not pay to have the police sales tax placed on a ballot in November at the city’s expense, opting to wait until April 2022 to run … more
Disgraced former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens, forced to resign in 2018 under an avalanche of scandals and felony charges, announced Monday evening that he will run for the U.S. Senate. The … more
Two quilts created to celebrate Missouri’s bicentennial in 2021 will be exhibited in Hermann at two different  businesses Thursday through Monday. The “Threads of Missouri Quilt … more
HERMANN — A proposal to develop a walking trail connecting the Gasconade County R-1 campus and the Mesmer-Eitman Center on Highway 19 was given the green light March 11 by the district’s … more
HERMANN — It appears Gasconade County Sheriff Scott Eiler is using the you-won’t-know-until-you-ask strategy regarding CARES Act money — seeking the coronavirus-relief money for a … more
HERMANN — With her staff busy with crowded dockets and unable to take the time to adequately supervise city ordinance violators ordered to do community service work, Associate Circuit Judge Ada … more
HERMANN — For Gasconade County R-1 Superintendent Scott Smith and the district’s directors, getting through the school year in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic might be the easy … more
With $1.7 million set aside for a new medical clinic in Hermann, the hospital’s Development Committee is seeking donation of $1 million more to fund the project scheduled to begin in … more
HERMANN — Jury trials in the 20th Judicial Circuit will remain on hold at least until June 1 and when they do begin again they will be conducted under a strict set of … more
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